To lose weight, you have to choose the right successful diet. Should I do sports to lose weight? Are all diets the same? Which diet is the fastest? What are the best diets 2019? Are most of the questions new dieters ask.
Following a survey on social media, here are the 5 top weight loss diets for overall health.
5. What is Anti-inflammatory Diet (our choice)?
The anti-inflammatory diet answers a problem from our modern time and mostly, the weight we gain because of the unhealthy food we eat (sugar, industrial product, bad fat, etc.).
It is a fast diet and mostly for people with belly and hips fat, after their 30’s. The direct symptom of junk-food junky.
More than a diet the Anti-inflammatory diet helps you to rediscover a pure eating habit and guarantee you a persistent and healthy weight loss in the long term.
The principle here proved that if you eat well your body doesn’t get fat, or doesn’t stay fat. You get healthier and have more energy.
To do so, just avoid all the inflammatory responsible foods like for example, sugar, pasta, bread, but also some fruits and vegetables. Then reintroduce healthy fat like coconut, colza, or olive oils and also nuts.
More information here https://www.medicalnewstoday.com
4. What is Ketogenic Diet?
A Ketone or Keto Diet is pretty new, maybe why, not on this top 5. A keto or ketogenic diet is a very low-carb diet, which turns the body into a fat-burning machine. It has many proven benefits for weight loss, health, and performance.
The master goal is to hack the liver in a way it doesn’t create ketone energy like usual. The body then needs to use the fat already available. It’s a pretty clever diet program, but like all body hack, you have to be in good health.
Here a good website about the Ketogenic Diet: https://www.dietdoctor.com/low-carb/keto
3. What is Weightwatchers Diet?
WeightWatchers is a diet for “dummies” and has the big advantage to be easy, thanks to its point system. The company offers diet meals available in shops, and a complete cultural environment with club session, websites, smartphone app and more. Their meals are balanced in fibers, carbs, lipids and proteins and low in unhealthy fats and sugar.
It is not a surprise for this diet to be still a success. Its simplicity and a complete set of services available are a marketing key.
More information here: https://www.weightwatchers.com/us/our-approach
2. What is a low carbs diet?
Low-carbohydrate diet or low-carb diet is a dietary program that restricts carbohydrate consumption. As simple as that!
Foods high in easily digestible carbohydrates (e.g., sugar, bread, pasta) are limited or replaced with foods containing a higher percentage of fats and moderate protein (e.g., meat, poultry, fish, shellfish, eggs, cheese, nuts, and seeds) and other foods low in carbohydrates.
It’s a very efficient diet, first of all, because you don’t eat food well known for getting fat. Like sugar, pasta, bread, etc.
But the important thing is to keep eating that way definitively, or your weight increases.
More information here https://www.dietdoctor.com/low-carb/foods
1. Is calory counting and exercise a good diet?
This is the best diet among dieters, and again it’s a simple one to follow.
The goal here is to consume more energy than you absorb, knowing that a man consumes normally 2500 Kcal. A woman, 2000 Kcal. This number is from the ’50s when we started counting. Today we consume less energy per day on average, due to the fact we are more sedentary and our work is more seated nowadays.
To consume more calories than we eat, many options like sport, fitness, and yoga are available. And make this diet also a good activity for the mood.
It’s normal to say that money is the reason for its success among dieters. It is well promoted by fitness centers and coach. The marketing is extremely mature to make you pay to follow programs all-inclusive, like diet plus fitness, books, shakes, subscribing websites, or personal coach, etc.
This diet is under scrutiny since we don’t measure the quality of the food we eat. That could create an unbalanced diet.
More info on https://medium.com/@erinfrey/
Extra: you can also save our planet with this Flexitarian Diet!