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Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Diet for the whole family

The fight against excess weight has always been a hard thing because it entails reducing calorific value of the food, even changes in behavior during feeding. This is difficult to obtain at one end of the table, while others eat all their meals.
 That is why diet is very effective if done with others. Of course, everyone has different nutritional needs at different times of his life - one way to feed youngsters in other adults. As women have to constantly provide food containing iron and magnesium.

 This family diet for a start and set common binding principles applicable to all categories of age:
- Eat at least 3 times a day - with regular meals relieve urinary and digestive system better absorb food.
- Avoid frequent snack on sweets - very rich in sugar and fat foods (biscuits, chocolate, nuts) replace it with yogurt, fruit, cheese ...
- Drink plenty of water - that suppress hunger accelerate cleansing the body of waste products. Drink at least 1.5 water per day!


 Diet for ladies is suitable for those who work in one place and almost no exercise. The diet includes:
- Dairy products - 3 times a day;
- Lean meat (125 g) - beef, lamb, fish or 2 eggs - 2 times a day;
- Raw or steamed vegetables (optional) - at least 2 times a day;
- Fresh fruits (150 g serving) - at least 2 times a day;
- Bread and cereals - 1 time per day;
- Fats (to flavor salad) - 5 g of oil and 5 g of olive oil.

  
Diet for Men is suitable for those who are dynamic, concerned with physical activity. The diet includes:
- Dairy products - 3 times a day;
- Lean meat (140 g) - chicken, beef, fish or 2 eggs - 2 times a day;
- Raw or steamed vegetables (optional) - at least 2 times a day;
- Fresh fruits (150 g serving) - 3 times a day;
- Bread and cereals - 2 time a day;
- Fat - 5 g 5 g butter and olive oil (to flavor salad).


 The diet of adolescents is appropriate for puberty, especially for girls in this age who have an increased need for calcium. The diet includes:
- Dairy products - 4 times a day;
- Lean meat or fish (140 g) - 2 times a day;
- Raw or steamed vegetables - at least 2 times a day;
- Fresh fruits (150 g serving) - 3 times a day;
- Bread and cereals - 1 time per day;
- Fat - 5 grams of butter for breakfast and 5 g of olive oil to flavor salad.