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31 Day Fat Loss Cure Review - There are no miracle diets, expert says!

May 4th 2011 at 10:24 AM

The only way to maintain weight loss is to follow a balanced diet in proteins, carbohydrates and fats.

 

Summer rapidly approaching, so after the Easter holidays many people resort to nutritionist to ensure reaching your ideal weight and make sure to wear a nice figure in the long vacation, others are tempted by products that claim a loss weight almost instantly, if you are in this case, hear the voice of an expert who says there are no miracle diets.

Dr. Barry Sears, author of the "Zone Diet" says that these formulas to ensure the patient with an almost instant drop kilos, bring only result in weight regain and a greater accumulation of body fat.

What happens, says Sears, is that these diets promote rapid loss of water, which recovers very soon.

For the expert, the problem is that people now consume more Omega-6 fatty acids, supplied by vegetable oils and refined carbohydrates, which cause an increase in the cellular inflammation and increase secretion of insulin.

In turn, this prevents weight loss and accelerates the development of chronic diseases.

He had already told Sumed nutritionist and diabetes educator Alejandra Cuevas, the better to keep a proper diet is food combining three groups: animal foods and legumes, fruits and vegetables and cereals.

Dr. Sears agrees, explaining that a healthy diet should have an adequate intake of protein so you do not lose muscle, carbohydrates should be eaten fruits and vegetables to prevent over-production of insulin and lowering saturated fat intake Omega-6, without neglecting the Omega-3 fats, which help to reduce cellular inflammation.

One of the most important things that all patients must understand is that fat loss is a slow process, says Dr. Sears. All these processes are mentioned in 31 day fat loss cure review, a review of the popular hot selling product in the weight loss industry.

Therefore, advised that once you reach the ideal weight is necessary to adopt a diet that can easily follow to avoid imbalance, in particular, it is to relearn how to eat.

Cellular inflammation in fat cells, he notes, cause the buildup of fat that can help develop chronic degenerative diseases such as diabetes, Cardiovascular disease and alzheimer.

The key to staying healthy, he explains, is to maintain a diet moderate in protein, carbohydrates and fats, if one of these is too high or low, the consequences are the hormonal dysfunction that can lead to cellular inflammation, which is what currently suffering from overweight or Obesity, He said.

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