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GET WEIGHT OFF: EATING HEALTHILY
Some people have problems with the digestion of the milk carbohydrate, lactose, and may avoid all milk products for that reason. Symptoms of lactose intolerance include intestinal cramping, gas, and diarrhea. If you suffer from lactose intolerance and avoid milk products, be sure you get adequate calcium from other food sources or supplements. Special products available at most supermarkets and pharmacies can be added to your diet to counteract the lactose intolerance, making it possible for you to drink milk and enjoy milk products. Some milk products are chemically treated to make them safe for people who have lactose intolerance. Be sure to read your dairy product labels to learn which ones are low-fat, low-calorie, and treated for lactose intolerance.
Protein foods are a food group that Americans eat larger amounts than the body needs. (Possible exceptions are dried beans, peas, and lentils.) Protein is needed to build and maintain body tissues, and many people think if a little is good for building muscle, then a lot must build even more muscle. That is not the case.
Body builders need a slightly higher amount than the average person, but, with most Americans eating double or triple the needed amount of protein, that is hardly an issue. If you eat more protein than you need, the excess will be burned as energy, if needed, or stored, if not needed immediately. Four to six ounces, or the equivalent, per day are all you need for good health. Protein foods contain fat, so it is a good idea to limit these foods to their recommended levels.
At the top of the pyramid, in the smallest section, are fats, oils, and sweets. The advice is “Use sparingly,” but what does that mean? If you are trying to lower your cholesterol but are not worried about your weight, you should have no more than 25 grams added fat in your daily diet. Alcohol, which is metabolized in a manner similar to fat, should be limited as well.
If you are trying to lose weight, you should eat no more than 15 grams of added fat. This fat level does not include fat that occurs naturally in foods such as lean meat, fish, poultry, low-fat cheese, and other low-fat dairy products, but it does include fat that you or the food manufacturers add to your food.
Butter, margarine, cooking oil, salad dressing, mayonnaise, and fats cloaked in chemical disguises are added to snack foods, desserts, and other packaged foods.
The recommended amounts are: no more than one small serving per day for women or two small servings per day for men.
Many people believe that to stay on their diet and to eat healthily, they must not eat cookies, candies, or other desserts.
There are no good foods and no forbidden foods-only foods you should eat more of and foods you should eat less of. One small dessert one to three times per week will not make you obese nor will it sabotage your diet efforts.
One equation says it all for long-lasting weight reduction:
Reduce fat = Reduce weight
Reducing fat in the diet is an effective strategy for losing weight because a lot of calories can be eliminated without having to reduce the volume of food consumed. With nine calories per gram of fat and only four calories per gram of protein or carbohydrate, fat is the most concentrated source of calories in most people’s diet. Alcohol, which has seven calories per gram, is in second place.
Excess fat has been linked to heart disease, some cancers, and obesity. Women especially seem to benefit from reducing fat intake to lose weight.
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