Your Question About Easy Weight Loss

Daniel asks…

Can someone make me a diet plan?

I really want to get in shape

and im doing XC for the first time this year (:
i already have a good workout plan, but im realizing im slacking on my diet!

Can someone PLEASE PLEASE help me out and make me a basic, daily plan for

or if its BETTER to skip the breakfast, lunch and dinner thing just eat something every couple of hours, could you please tell me a good way to approach this.

THANKS <33 10 pts, best answer

weight loss cardiff answers:

Diet plans are extremely complex generally, and nutritionists and personal trainers are paid a lot for this purpose, I couldn’t even begin to design one for you without knowing your exercise routines. General advice is never skip breakfast ever, it’s an incredibly important meal. If you eat 2000 calories a day, your body will adjust itself accordingly to be able to burn that much per day. Stay away from alcohol and fizzy drinks too, just horrible empty calories.

Paul asks…

Does anyone have a good diet plan?

I am looking for a diet not anything like diet pills, or any fad diet that will never work i want to lose over 70lbs if any one has any tips or diet plans that would be great

weight loss cardiff answers:

Here’s how to lose fat.

Whether you want to gain weight, lose weight, add muscle, or maintain, you should use the same diet. In other words, everyone should be eating essentially the same macro nutrients (carbs, fats, protein), micro nutrients (vitamins, minerals, fiber, etc.) barring special health or medical considerations because we all have essentially the same physiognomy and there is only one version of peak health. Here is how we should all eat according to the US National Institute of Health who are among the best health professionals in the world and the people doctors listens to in the US.

Eat varied, wholesome, and high quality foods such that your daily caloric intake is about equal to your daily caloric burn while keeping your macro nutrient ratios at about 55/25/20 (%calories from carbs/fats/protein). Only slight changes should be made in the macro nutrient ratios to accommodate the extreme demands of special activities such as extreme athletics or inactivity due to illness.

Note: Here are the details in case you’re interested:

You get to make the food choices (no supplements without a doctor’s recommendation) based on your location, culture, available foods, personal preferences, personal resources, food allergies, etc. However, the words “varied”, “wholesome”, and “high quality” are important. And, you should consume your food in 4-6 daily meals with healthy snacks between such that you’re nourishing yourself every two hours when awake.

VARIED means a variety of foods including fruits, dairy, meats, vegetables, grains, nuts, etc.
WHOLESOME means as unprocessed, unrefined, nutritious as is practical.
HIGH QUALITY means using the best ingredients, the least contaminants or fillers or unnecessary chemicals, etc.

•FAT LOSS: If you want to lose fat, simply adjust your portion size (the amount you take in at meals and snacks) down such that your daily caloric intake is about equal to your BMR. You can calculate your BMR here —>

•MAINTENANCE: If you want to maintain your weight just keep your portion size at a comfortable level which you can determine simply by weighing yourself once per week and checking your clothing fit and reflection in the mirror to ensure you’re at or close to your ideal body weight.

Nutrient tracking is necessary to ensure you have the optimal caloric intake and macro nutrient balance. For most people, tracking is only required for fat loss because of the difficulty in cutting intake and nutrients while maintaining digestive and appetite satisfaction. Tracking makes it necessary to read labels, look up food nutrients, record data, plan meals and recipes, etc. And, as annoying as it may be to have to track, it is easier to do today than ever before with the help of website such as My Fitness Pal —> . And, once the fat loss dieter reaches goal weight, tracking my be discontinued. Here’s my tracking as an example –>

Tracking will also force you into making good food choices because bad ones will either drive your caloric intake over the limit or create periods of hunger in waking hours. Ideally you want all your hunger to be while you’re sleeping.

Another benefit of tracking is planning “cheats”. When you track, if you have to cheat you will know how much damage you did. If you cheat a little you may still lose some fat. Cheat a little more and you still may not gain any fat. Cheat a little more and you may have gained the equivalent of a few ounces of fat that day. The numbers will let you know. You can also “bank” calories simply by adding up all the calories you’ve saved over the past week and then indulging yourself by that much excess without interfering with your fat loss. Cool huh? Of course, cheats and banks should be no more than once per week.

I can’t stress the importance of tracking enough. Trying to control your body composition without tracking is like driving blindfolded. You know where you want to go but you can’t see the hazards so you will eventually run into trouble.

If you need more information, use the links below or email me at my YA account.

Good luck and good health!!


John asks…

Any good diet plans list?

I know that there are many diet plans but I was wondering if some one can deliver a list of most known diet so I may make more specific search.

weight loss cardiff answers:

There are a lot of diet plans. I can give you a list but it is not final. The diet plans below are at least the most known.
Dash Diet .
The Mayo regimen .
Mediterranean Diet .
Weight Watchers Diet .
The mid- vegetarian diet .
Volumetric system .
Jenny Craig Diet .
The ” Biggest Loser” ( The Biggest Loser ) system .
The Ornish diet .
The Okinawa Diet .
Vegetarian diet .
Anti- inflammatory diet Dr. Weil .
13th place , the Slim Fast diet .
Nutrisystéme the regime .
The Abs Diet .
The engine speed .
The South Beach diet .
Vegan Diet .
Eco Atkins diet .
Glycemic index diet .
The Paleo Diet .
The vegetables diet .
Atkins diet .
The Medifast Diet .
The macrobiotic diet .
On the Zone Diet .

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