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Diets with Good Results for Health Enthusiasts

by Rohit Bumrah Writter

There is no one diet that can be labeled as the best. Everyone has different physical build-up, metabolism, so is the diet unique. Adapt a balanced wholefood diet during a busy lifestyle. It is important to check in with your physician before following a diet. If you are planning to lose some weight, always combine diet with exercise. Adapt the right mindset before opting for a diet. If you are looking for some diets that works without harming your body, check these out:

• Low Carb Ketogenic Diet

This diet restricts the amount of carbohydrates consumption to very little or less. The primary energy source in a keto diet is derived from healthy fats like white meat, avocado, seeds and nut butters. The portion of carb if at all consumed is very limited. While Keto diet can help in achieving temporary weight loss goals, it is not a healthy diet to be adhered to for long.

• Low Fat Weight Loss Intensive Diet

This diet is popularized by celebrities, which involves intensive calorie monitoring. You are not allowed to eat anything which is not in the diet plan. Include plant-based fat like avocado and olive oil in your food. You can add limited portions of wholesome food grains like quinoa, brown rice, etc. in your diet plan.

• Wholefoods Diet

Include wholefoods like brown rice, quinoa, whole wheat, oatmeal, nuts, seeds, plant-based butters, fresh fruits and vegetables. Use oils that are cold pressed like olive oil, coconut oil and sesame oil.

• Detox diet:

This diet focuses on cleansing your body of heavy chemicals and toxins. It entails you to drink only fresh lemon juice mixed with water for two weeks! Sometimes mild laxatives are also used. Although it is a speedy way to drop a few pounds of water weight, it is not at all a healthy way for weight loss.

• Liquid Soup Diet:

This calorie restrictive diet allows you to eat low calorie soup, preferably cabbage soup, potato and veggie soup. You can eat 500 or 800 calories per day. This diet can adversely affect your metabolism and harm your body. This diet will certainly lead to rapid weight loss due to starvation of the body. This diet is not recommended for a prolonged period of time.

If you are under any medication, consult your physician before starting the diet. Once the diet is over, continue eating healthy. 


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