5 diet facts you need to know


There are various health-related sources telling you all different kinds of dieting tips. Additionally, people tend to have certain understandings of dieting that may not always be true. When put together, these tips may be confusing and may even contradict each other. So to help you out, we have listed below the top 5 diet common sense tips that you should keep in mind as you train your body towards a healthier lifestyle.

  1. Is calorie intake highly related to weight loss?

A1: No, focusing on calories can make it more difficult to lose weight without finding proper nutrients. In fact, one researcher notes that very low calorie diets leave you with no energy, feeling grouchy and, after a while, can put your body into a state of stress. Starving yourself might produce results in the short term, but remember that in doing so, you're risking long term issues by depriving your body of the fuel it needs to survive, especially when it comes to your weight loss and health goals.

  1. Are high-fat foods bad for your health? 

A2: No, fat is essential in a diet. Rather, it has been proven that high-fat diets are more effective and nutritious than low-fat diets. The secret is avoiding the bad fats and embracing the good ones. The bad fats are the trans fats and hydrogenated oils, etc. Good fats like olive oil, coconut oil, avocados, etc. provide the fat our body needs. Fat may even be good for weight loss, as certain oils within them can potentially even boost fat burning properties in our bodies.

  1. Is eating breakfast a must?

A3: Yes or no. Sometimes giving up breakfast can help reduce calorie intake, but you can eat breakfast according to your personal preference. One health expert says that “skipping breakfast slows down your metabolism, which in turn causes your body to burn less calories and retain more body fat. When you skip breakfast, your body acts as if you are going into starvation mode and conserves energy, which is basically fat."

  1. Are taking supplements throwing away money?

A4: No, taking supplements or nutrients is a great help to your health. For example, supplementing magnesium and vitamins reduces diabetes complications. In addition, it is very beneficial for those who are on a ketogenic diet or for those who need nutrients, such as the elderly and pregnant women, to take supplements. 

  1. Are low-calorie diets good for your health?

A5: Yes or no. Actually, a low-calorie diet can lead to weight loss. But also remember that low-fat and low-carb doesn't always mean low calorie, and if you're trying to lose weight, eating too many unhealthy foods could undermine your efforts. Studies have shown that when consumers believe products to be lower in calories or fat, they eat more of them. However, reducing calories too low can affect metabolic adaptation and long-term health. Because of this, it is very likely to cause a yo-yo phenomena and lead to binge eating.

If you follow these tips, you are sure to keep on track towards a healthy lifestyle. Share these tips with friends and family so that they are also aware of the dangers and benefits of certain types of diet myths!

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