Monday, 25 December 2017

Best 7 Days Diet Plans For Women's Healthy Living

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This sample meal plan is for women aged 19-50 years of average height, healthy weight and light activity. The following diet plan is designed to help you change your eating habits. For maximum results, follow the guidelines - No alcohol for the duration of the two weeks, tea, coffee and diet soft drinks are okay but limit yourself to two a day, also never skip your meals.

Many of us have eating habits that have been ingrained in us since we were kids. For example, a bowl of ice-cream after dinner, pizza at least once a week or a sweet treat to reward ourselves. In order to successfully lose weight you need to change these patterns.

Different Types Of Diet

1. Ketogenic Diet
The high-fat, low-carb ketogenic diet isn't just touted as a way to help you lose weight; research has also shown that it may be an effective tool for keeping your mental health in check. Laboratory rats fed ketogenic diets — which consist of lots of fish, natural fats, plenty of vegetables, and very few starchy, high-carbohydrate foods — showed improvements in their depression , anxiety , and ADHD .


2. Whole30 Diet
Whole30 is super popular, and if you've been having digestive issues, it's an especially good one to try. Because you mostly only eat veggies and protein for 30 days — and cut out common problem foods like alcohol, sugar, dairy, and some nuts — you can figure out what you body likes (and doesn't!) as you slowly introduce them back into your diet.

3. Macrobiotic Diet
The macrobiotic style of eating has roots in Japan, but it's becoming popular around the world for a good reason: The primarily plant-based diet full of fruits, veggies, whole grains, and small amounts of fish could help ward off everything from heart disease and diabetes to cancer — mostly because you’re not eating sugar, processed food, or a ton of animal products.

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You need to create your daily menu by choosing the meals from each of rows as you can see below!







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Author: Richard Smith