3 Minutes Diet Program To Get in Shape Today!

2 weeks diet plan, yogic diet, fast diets, easy diets…No kidding, its really that easy! JUST TAKE A LOOK!:

Low carb dieting, low fat dieting, the 1200 calories diet, the 3 day diet…which one would you pick? The list is enormous and it could take us the whole week to only read it, but even with all that gigantic database of information about weight loss and dieting why still according to the Journal of the American Medical Association, 69% of Americans are overweight, 35% are obese, and it’s still getting worse and worse every single day? Even the dumbest person in the world will notice that there is something terribly wrong here, but what…?

We all know that nutrition play curtail role in our lives. It’s a very important aspect of your Yoga practice and in every other aspect you are in to. The problem though is that due we are so busy every day and the overload of information we experience in our day to day live, sometimes for us is just easier to put that “painful issue: aside and look to the other side saying, well Ill start tomorrow. So in this blog post I will give you a few easy simple but yest very powerful guidelines which every time I feel overloaded or I feel don’t know what to do help me in my healthy untraditional efforts. Print these guidelines and stick them somewhere you can see them so whenever you feel confused look them and remember is not that difficult.

So here ya go!

The first thing you must do is totally forget everything you have heard about “dieting” and “low carbs” and “low fat” (and every other weight loss related topic) because that stuff is just “hype” which changes like the flavour of the month.… thing this could be the most important ebook that you’ve ever read! In the next few minutes you not only will discover the truth of what works and what don’t work but you will know which diet plan is best for you. Having said that let me make some points which will help you navigate successfully through today’s jungle of misleading and conflicting information.

Just follow these simple rules:

A healthy diet is one that helps maintain or improve health. Good Health is dependent largely on Nutrition. It is important for the prevention of many chronic health risks such as: Obesity, heart disease, diabetes and cancer. A healthy diet involves consuming appropriate amounts of all nutrients and an adequate amount of  water. Nutrients can be obtained from many different foods.

 What makes a balanced diet?

Energy giving carbohydrates: Rice-wild, Whole rye bread, sweet potato, banana, organic honey.

Body building proteins: milk, cheese, dhals, beans, nuts, vegetarian foods.
Energy dense fats: cheese, butter, oils, nuts and oilseeds.
Vitamins and minerals: vegetables, fruits, milk and organic milk products.
Drink plenty of water: 10-12 glasses of water to keep the body hydrated and to detoxify the system.

 Easy healthy eating guidelines

Do not skip meals. Eat meals and healthy snacks at regular timings everyday.
Eat a large breakfast, a medium lunch, a small dinner
Don’t overload the stomach. Feel a little hungry after each meal
Eat slowly, chew food properly. (Don’t watch the favorite TV soap of your mom while you eat)
Eat high fibre food such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains and beans.
Use salt and sugar in moderation. (Use mineral rock salt from your local health store, don’t buy the sea salt sodium crap)
Use little oil to cook and on low flame.
Do not heat the leftover oil repeatedly.

Cut the sugar OFF!!! Limit intake of calorie dense food like sweets, fast food, refined food and processed food. (If you crave sugar most probably you have a calcium and sodium deficiency. Look at your nails if you have white spots that’s the case! So Go and buy sesame seeds. Soak them overnight and make sesame milk. Drink it every morning for a week. The cravings for sweet will disappear) I can guarantee you that 100% or your money back…..wait I haven’t charge you for that article did I? LOL

Include more of vegetables, fruits, salads, sprouts, and healthy snacks.
Avoid over eating to prevent overweight and obesity.
Drink water in adequate amount [2-3 litters/day] and beverages [coffee, tea] in moderation.
Avoid/limit alcohol intake.
Avoid smoking
Don’t use drugs (obviously)
Do your Yoga routine every day. Walk in the park 2-4 miles per day. Breath fresh air. Don’t go to the PUB. (just kidding)

That’s it!

Enjoy your health.

Michael

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