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What Is a Junk food diet?

A: The junk food diet is a type of eating plan where dieters eat smaller portions or low fat versions of the junk foods they enjoy, for the purpose of losing weight. The junk food diet is not often recommended by doctors or dietitians, but many people attempt this diet so they can continue to eat their favorite unhealthy foods while losing weight. There is certainly no shortage of options at the grocery store for reduced fat or fat free versions of many favorite snack foods. Junk food is typically considered to be sugary...


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What Are whole food Supplements?

A: whole food supplements are concentrated nutrients processed by using whole fruits, vegetables and grains; the nutrients in these supplements are designed to work together to provide balanced nutrition. These supplements differ from synthetic supplements, which contain nutrients extracted and isolated from the whole food. whole food supplements can help support the immune system, balance out nutrients lacking from diet, and reduce risks for chronic disease. The supplements can be found at many health food stores and online merchants. To make

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whole foods sesame tofu recipe

A: No. Keep away from whole foods sesame tofu recipe if you are on a low cab diet. According to information available, the total calorie count per serving (135 grams) is 258. Out of this, 27.1 gram is from carbohydrates. The carbohydrates are broken down into 16.4 grams of sugar and 1.9 grams of dietary fiber. Twenty one per cent of the calories in the recipe come from carbohydrates. Therefore, it does not seem to be a dish that can be included in a low cab diet. In addition, it''s also pretty rich in fats, with 125 grams of the total calories coming from fats....


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Is there any benefit to a raw food diet?

A: I just wonder whatever could be the benefits of uncooked food. I''d wager that a strictly raw diet would either be very low in protein or very high in harmful bacteria; you really ought to cook meat, eggs or fish before eating it. So then you''ll only have vegetable protein sources, which tend not to be complete proteins, or diary, which is rather low in protein (milk is 3.2 grams per 100; for comparison, eggs are 12, canned tuna is 26 and chicken breast is some 28 grams per 100). During “the raw food diet” you eat uncooked veggies and fruits. Fruit is acceptable but your encouraged to eat less of it then the vegetables because of natural sugars found in the fruits. THE RAW

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Are whole food Supplements Better for You then Vitamins?

A: The body does not recognize any difference between synthetic vitamins and vitamins from natural sources as they have exactly the same chemical structure, with the exception of D-Alpha Tocopherol derived from natural sources, which is the only form of Vitamin E that the body can digest.  Supplements are to be taken with your meals so that the synergy of cofactors mentioned in the earlier reply is in action. But it is always preferable to get your vitamins from natural sources as this enhances the nutritional value. For example, a synthetic supplement may contain only beta-carotone (an antioxidant) which is just one of a group of caretenoids. But carrot powder contains the whole group of caretenoids, all of which are necessary to impart health benefits to the...
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diet Meal Plan For A Week - whole foods For Seven Days

A: A structured diet meal plans for a week can work wonders in record time when focusing on getting protein to your system continually. This particular process can ignite the efforts of the various weight loss functions going on in your body. All bodies naturally can do this. Switching to eating like this for just a week, can show you how quickly you can turn around the state of health in your body, your energy levels, and drop pounds from your frame. Adopting this kind of meal plan for a week may just appeal to you in a fashion that disables you from going back to a thoughtless, "eat what i want, eat when i want" mantra. The overall benefits can be shocking. The right meal plans for a week should include a balanced array of vegetables that you like, and maybe some...


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Has anybody ever been on an Organic raw food diet?

A: Yes, I had been in the Organic diet before. I feel good about it. All the while, I had been eating only fruit and vegetables for some 3 months already. Managed to get rid some 25% of my total weight. I never been felt so healthy before. http://tinyurl.com/7rpff8l. Yes, I had been in the Organic diet before. I feel good about it. All the while, I had been eating only fruit and vegetables for some 3 months already. Managed to get rid some 25% of my total weight. I never been felt so healthy before. http://tinyurl.com/7rpff8l. The best I ever felt in my life was on an organic raw-food diet! The surprising part is that I was facing severe illness at the time, and I began the

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Help! Gaining weight on a 70% - 80% raw food diet!

A: Sorry I don''t know the answer. But the same thing is happening to me.  I am gaining weight on the raw foods diet....
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My name is Minna. I am an 18 year old female. For the past 9 days I have been on a raw foods diet where I only eat ashake and some fruit and nuts. On the sixth day I began to feel disoriented, then for the past two days I get dizzy whenI stand up. Do I

A: Hi Minna, You are probably suffering from a low blood sugar level (hypoglycemia) induced by your diet. Anyextreme form of dieting is bad for the body and can lead to serious complications in the long term. You brainespecially needs carbohydrates and glucose to function normally, in the absence of which fainting, dizzinessand general fatigue are seen. If your trying to lose weight or just increase your fitness levels, a balanceddiet and exercise is the way to go. I would request you to eat several small healthy meals a day. Switch fromrefined foods to whole meal options were available. Drink at least 8 glasses of fluids/day and eat green leafyvegetables, dairy...
 
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