1. CONSULT WITH YOUR HOLISTIC OR MEDICAL DOCTOR.
2. CONSULT YOUR HIGHER POWER
3. FIRST DETOXIFY YOUR BODY AND MIND FROM POISONOUS.
4. DRINK 8-10 GLASSES OF WATER TO HELP FLUSH UNWANTED CHEMICALS AND FAT OUT OF YOUR BODY.
5. DRINK HERBAL TEAS, TO HELP ELIMINATE THE STORED PESTICIDE ,
HORMONE ANTIBIOTIC CHEMICALS THAT IS STORED IN THE ANIMALS THAT YOU EAT.
6. EAT LIVE FOODS FROM THE GARDEN OF HEALTH AND WELLNESS. ORGANIC FRUIT AND VEGGIE PREPARED GOURMET STYLE .
7. EAT LIVING FOODS HIGH IN FIBER SUCH AS BROWN RICE, WHOLE GRAIN PASTA .
8. EAT ALL MEAT WITH EXTRA CAUTION. RED MEAT AND PORK IS LOADED WITH MEGA TOXINS, THAT GET TRAP IN OUR CELLS .
9. BE CAUTION OF DAIRY PRODUCTS, COW'S MILK IS LOADED WITH LARGE AMOUNTS OF PESTICIDES AND TOXINS
10.LETS WALK THIS MONTH TO BURN CALORIES AND FAT.
AND KNOW THIS:
Individualized goals of weight loss therapy should be to reduce body weight at an optimal rate
1-2 lbs per week for the first 6 months and to achieve an initial weight loss goal of up to 10% from baseline.
These goals are realistic, achievable, and sustainable."
In addition, similar guidelines for modest weight loss to reduce health risks are recommended by the " ADA & AHA "
Even modest weight loss (5% to 10% of body weight) and modest physical activity (30 minutes daily)
This will also have a positive impact on diabetes risk and management."
THIS IS IMPORTANT:
Breakfast is the most important part of our meal and dinner is the least.
Since you will not have much time to consume what you've eaten.
When you are at rest or sleeping those that you didn't consume will turn in to fat.
Do not starve yourself... this is a no no no to dieting.
If you are hungry grab some fruit or something low in calories and fats.
Eggs are very good fat burner which are high protein especially the white part...
And it helps build muscle while you exercises. Muscles helps us burn Fats.
Drink lots of fluid so you get to cleanse your body with that your metabolism will work better..
Pineapple juice is a very good.
Avoid rice and bread. Have it with some vegetables.
If you want some bread, you can have wheat bread.
You can have small portion of food 5 to 6 times a day.
Dieting won't be successful if you starve yourself!!
So go ahead and eat... but only healthy low to zero carbs.
Exercise every day morning and night... eat before you exercise not after.
And always have water with you while you exercise.
Vegetarian diets can meet all the recommendations for nutrients.
The key is to consume a variety of foods and the right amount of foods to meet your calorie needs.
Follow the food group recommendations for your age, sex, and activity level too.
Get the right amount of food and the variety of foods needed for nutrient adequacy.
Nutrients that vegetarians may need to focus on include protein, iron, calcium, zinc, and vitamin B12.
* Protein - Has many important functions in the body and is essential for growth and maintenance.
* Protein needs can easily be met by eating a variety of plant-based foods.
* Combining different protein sources in the same meal is not necessary.
* Sources of protein for vegetarians include beans, nuts, nut butters, peas, and soy products (tofu, tempeh, veggie burgers).
* Milk products and eggs are also good protein sources for lacto-ovo vegetarians.
* Iron - Functions primarily as a carrier of oxygen in the blood. Iron sources for vegetarians include
* iron-fortified breakfast cereals, spinach, kidney beans, black-eyed peas, lentils, turnip greens, molasses,
* whole wheat breads, peas, and some dried fruits (dried apricots, prunes, raisins).
* Calcium - Is used for building bones and teeth and in maintaining bone strength.
* Sources of calcium for vegetarians include fortified breakfast cereals, soy products (tofu, soy-based beverages),
* calcium-fortified orange juice, and some dark green leafy vegetables (collard greens, turnip greens, bok choy, mustard greens).
* Milk products are excellent calcium sources for lacto vegetarians.
* Zinc - Is necessary for many biochemical reactions and also helps the immune system function properly.
* Sources of zinc for vegetarians include many types of beans (white beans, kidney beans, and chickpeas),
* zinc-fortified breakfast cereals, wheat germ, and pumpkin seeds. Milk products are a zinc source for lacto vegetarians.
* Vitamin B12 - Is found in animal products and some fortified foods. Sources of vitamin B12
* For vegetarians include milk products, eggs, and foods that have been fortified with vitamin B12.
* These include breakfast cereals, soy-based beverages, veggie burgers, and nutritional yeast.