Tuesday, September 22, 2009
The goal of the diet is to rest the digestive system, the cleaning system of impurities, mobilize and eliminate toxins stored in various areas of the body, and burn excess fat deposits.
Course of the diet to lose weight is a little planning and some will power to stay with it, but a large part of the reason why so many people seem to be on a perpetual diet but never seem to lose weight often have less to do with his willingness to want to do, and more to do with being a victim of some common mistakes that dieters regularly. Consider some of these errors and some solutions for them.
A big mistake that dieting is the assumption that certain foods may be eaten in large quantities, such as fat-free foods. We need to understand that just because a food is fat, does not mean calorie free. When you consume more calories than you use, you will win, not lose weight.
Many people who tried one of the many low carb diets out there thought they could eat all they wanted, provided that the food they had consumed little or no carbohydrates. This thinking is wrong. It is still a matter of controlling the portion size that makes the difference. Keeping track of your total calorie intake each day is essential for proper weight loss plan.
Another mistake that is made by dieters expected too much too soon. When you reach the conclusion that you want to lose 30 pounds, this is a realistic goal. When you decide that you want to lose those 30 kilos in a month, this is not a realistic goal. Maybe its 25th high school reunion is coming and wants to be able to fit into the dress or suit that was 25 years ago.
This is only possible if you take the time to allow you to successfully achieve that goal. Weight loss is best done at 1-2 pounds a week, not at 1-2 pounds a day, so set a small goal, such as lost 5.7 kilos in a month, then set another goal similar so on, until you reach your goal.
Not eating enough diet is another common mistake. The fact is that if you eat too little calories, your metabolism slower and go into what is known as "starvation mode". This promotes the preservation of the fat of the main purposes of survival and weight loss therefore come from the breakdown of muscle tissue, not fat! For the average adult woman is not recommended to consume less than 1000 calories and the average adult male should not consume below 1200 calories unless directed by your doctor.
One of the biggest mistakes people make when diet is not planning how to maintain your weight once you lose. Often people make the mistake of going on a miracle diet that promises weight loss super and although such diets are very dangerous and I'm not at all recommended, some people lose weight on them. The problem is that such diets are designed to end at some point (it's a good thing because it probably would in the obituaries with a prolonged stay on these diets). That means you could resume his old habits when it's over what it means for the return of all the lost weight in the diet.
Of course, exercise is a key part of successful weight loss too, but put together a well thought out meal plan designed to stay with you for the rest of your life is the real key to having that extra weight off and keep forever. Be careful not to get caught making the mistakes mentioned here and will have many more chances of success of weight loss.
Gastric bypass is not easily lose weight and look good, the operation is to improve health. There are several types of gastric bypass procedures, but they all involve bypassing part of the small intestine by the greater or lesser degree. Surgical options gastric bypass procedures is to build a gastric pouch whose outlet is a Y-shaped part of the small intestine of variable length. So far, the most common procedure is the gastric bypass, which is open and laparoscopic.
In most types of gastric bypass surgeries done today only 50 cm of the bowel is allowed to operate normally.
What is the different gastric bypass surgery Gastric Band? Generally, gastric bypass patients in the hospital one or two days after the surgery and recovery takes about one to three weeks. With laparoscopic gastric bypass surgery, most patients are completely back to normal activities around three weeks after surgery.
Of the several variants of gastric bypass surgery is available, the most used is the "Roux-en-Y procedure. Laparoscopic Roux-en-gastric bypass involves dividing the stomach and form a small pouch, while closing a large portion of the stomach. In plain terms, is like a hybrid of the intestinal bypass and gastric stapling procedure. Principles of adverse event rates is lower after laparoscopic gastric banding, and are probably lower than the gastric bypass. The most common are the Roux-en-gastric bypass, or simply the gastric bypass and Lap-Band, or adjustable gastric banding system.
As with any surgery, there are risks involved with gastric bypass. With no treatment, one in four gastric bypass patients develop gallstones after surgery. During the recovery period of limitations imposed by the gastric bypass procedure should be considered.
The following are common phases in gastric bypass diet progression: Liquids. In general, gastric bypass diet includes foods that are high in protein and low in fat, fiber, calories and sugar. Fiber, found in foods like bran, popcorn, raw vegetables, and beans, is also limited in the diet for gastric bypass. The gastric bypass diet is low in sugar and sweet foods for reasons.
However, gastric bypass surgery is a major surgical procedure, and certainly not suitable for everyone and not without risk. For these people, the traditional remedy of diet and exercise just does not work and are becoming increasingly towards gastric bypass surgery. A study soon to be published in gastric bypass patients over 65 also showed that the procedure of good results and improved quality of life. I have a friend who underwent gastric bypass surgery about 6 months - you're doing great!