Issue 15 of Updates in weight management
Congratulations for making it so far.
Let’s finish with a challenge because what is theory without practice?
So let’s try to eat the way I've recommended for three to four weeks and see the difference. You shouldn't feel hunger, but if you are hungry, just eat more. Try to always eat the three macronutrients combined.
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Below is a simple chart with some examples of real food and its non-real food versions, so you do not get confused:
Examples of real food: and under them, Examples of NON real food:
Fruits with all the skin Juices
Vegetables with all the leafs Cans of vegetables
Unprocessed meat Nuggets
Plain water Sodas
Cocoa butter Chocolate
Sunflower seeds, almonds, nuts Bread (even whole-grain)
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Updates in weight management
We have been told over and over that overweight and obesity are due to a calorie imbalance.
They say that the calories you eat must be equal to those that you use to maintain weight, or less to lose weight.
That means that if you put on weight, it is simply because you are eating too much or moving too little, right?
WRONG! Thousands of persons follow this advice and still the obesity rates continue to grow in the whole world. Something must be wrong in that advice... and I'll tell you what.
In this course, you will learn why the calorie imbalance makes no sense in regards of fat creation and accumulation and what you should do if you want to lose weight.
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