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Acomplia (Rimonabant) Zimulti

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DIETS FOR OBESITY: THE LOW-CALORIE DIET
Women usually lose satisfactorily on diets restricted to 1000 to 1500 kcal, whereas men lose satisfactorily on diets furnishing 1200 to 1800 kcal. Bed Patients, such as those with heart disease, are often placed on diets restricted to 800 to 1000 kcal, and sometimes less.
The daily food allowances for the 1000-, 1200-, and 1500-kcal diets are somewhat higher in protein. This is desirable, because it provides most people with a feeling of satisfaction. Also, it helps to correct the greater losses of muscle tissue that occur during reducing. No matter how carefully they are planned, diets that provide less than 2000 kcal daily may not meet the recommended allowances for iron, zinc, magnesium, and for vitamin E and folacin. This does not mean that nutritional deficiency will necessarily occur in the individual. It is not a problem except where a diet is to be used for several months. Then a multivitamin-mineral supplement may be prescribed.
The exchange lists are used for planning the daily food choices for low-calorie diets. Usually the food allowances are divided into three approximately equal meals. Skipping breakfast is not a good idea. Some people prefer to have a mid-afternoon or bedtime snack, and these may be included by saving some milk or fruit from the meal. Of course, tea or coffee without cream or sugar, and bouillon may also be used.
Meals on a low-calorie diet should be attractive and palatable. Herbs and spices may be used to lend variety to vegetables and meat preparation. Meats, fish, and poultry should be lean, and prepared by broiling, roasting, or stewing. Fresh fruits or canned unsweetened fruits are used. Vegetables may be used in salads for variety in texture and flavor, and add bulk to the diet. Low-calorie salad dressings are available commercially or may be prepared at home. Labels must be read to determine the fat and caloric equivalent. Mineral oil should never be used in salad dressings or other food preparation since the oil will reduce the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins.
Low-calorie diets do not include sweetened carbonated beverages, cakes, cookies, candy, fried foods, sweetened fruits, pastries, pies, potato chips, pretzels, puddings, and so on. Occasionally the physician may permit an alcoholic beverage in limited amounts in place of a bread exchange. Persons on low-calorie diets need to be especially conscious of the little extras often added to the diet, such as a teaspoon of butter, a tablespoon of cream, or a little gravy. Of course, even occasionally eating a piece of pie or cake will wreck the efforts that may have been made toward dieting all day!
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