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Golden Rules In The Diet To Be Followed

May 3rd 2014 at 3:39 AM

Mandatory limit the amount of fast food, ready meals, savory snacks, soft drinks and sugar-rich foods such as chocolate and cake and that foods containing artificial additives and contains vitamins and minerals.

Reduce your intake of caffeine because caffeine can stop the absorption of vitamins and minerals in the body and leave you completely emptied. If you normally have a habit of drinking coffee five a day, from now on it shall be a maximum of two.

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Drink water before each meal. Those who drink two glasses of water before each meal lose more calories than those who pay attention to every calorie entered, according to a new U.S. study. If the stomach is full of water, you will feel fuller and eat less.

Tidy up your own kitchen and prepare your own meals. This way you will be sure that the meals do not contain any unnecessary and unhealthy additives.

Eat more fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds. Will fill a small number of calories, and your skin and hair will shine because of the vitamin.

Reduce alcohol intake because it is full of empty calories that stick around your waist

When you do decide to drink anything alcoholic, first eat a healthy dinner. In this way, the less you want to eat something like a hamburger on the way home from a night out.

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Balance your portions. A serving of meat or fish should not be larger than a pack of cards, and the amount of carbohydrates should be the size of your fist. The rest of the plates fill the vegetables.

Adults should not eat more than six grams of salt a day. Less salt reduces inflation.

Reduce your intake of bad fats such as artificially produced oils. Even small amounts increase the risk of heart disease, and more than other foods.

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