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Normal Weight Does Not Mean Good Health: Here’s why!

In our modern society, the pursuit of health is often equated with achieving a “normal” weight. However, the reality is far more complex. While maintaining a healthy weight is undoubtedly important, it is just one piece of the puzzle when it comes to overall well-being. In fact, numerous studies and healthcare experts emphasize that a […]

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What are the health benefits of ginger and garlic?

Most people are already taking ginger and garlic for various health reasons. Garlic and ginger are not only delicious but also have numerous health benefits. They add great flavor to dishes and are known for their antimicrobial properties, which can help boost the immune system and improve digestion.

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Strategies to cope up with weight loss, How not to give up!

What strategies do you use to cope with negative feelings? When feeling discouraged on your weight loss journey, it’s important to remind yourself of your goals and the progress you’ve made so far. Reflecting on the reasons why you started, seeking support from friends/family, adjusting your approach/strategies if needed, and keeping in mind that setbacks […]

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Weight loss: calorie restriction or a high-protein diet?

Both calorie restriction and a high-protein diet can contribute to weight loss. Calorie restriction creates a deficit, while a high-protein diet can help with satiety and muscle preservation. Combining both approaches may be effective for many people. However, individual preferences and health factors should be considered when choosing the best approach for sustainable weight loss. […]

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Is there a quick fix or miracle diet for weight loss?

What is one question you hate to be asked? Explain. As a nutritionist, I find it frustrating when people ask for quick fixes or miracle diets for weight loss instead of focusing on sustainable, long-term lifestyle changes. It’s important to understand that good nutrition requires consistency and patience. Is there a quick fix or miracle […]

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How much carbohydrates for weight loss?

The amount of carbs you need for weight loss depends on factors such as your metabolism, activity level, and overall calorie intake. Generally, a moderate reduction in carb intake can be beneficial for weight loss. Still, it’s important to focus on the quality of carbs (like whole grains, fruits, and vegetables) rather than simply cutting […]

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Weight loss: calorie restriction or a high-protein diet?

Both calorie restriction and a high-protein diet can contribute to weight loss. Calorie restriction creates a deficit, while a high-protein diet can help with satiety and muscle preservation. Combining both approaches may be effective for many people. However, individual preferences and health factors should be considered when choosing the best approach for sustainable weight loss. […]

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Why Should Women Eat More Proteins?

Proteins are essential for overall health, and women, like men, benefit from a balanced protein intake. Proteins are crucial in muscle maintenance, immune function, and hormonal balance. Adequate protein consumption can also support weight management by promoting satiety. Additionally, during certain life stages such as pregnancy, breastfeeding, or menopause, protein needs may increase to support […]

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Foods that can sabotage your weight loss journey

Processed snacks, sugary drinks, fried foods, and refined carbs can hinder weight loss. Large portions and emotional eating can also contribute to weight gain. Why are processed snacks bad for weight loss? Processed snacks often contain high added sugars, unhealthy fats, and refined carbohydrates. These ingredients can lead to increased calorie intake and contribute to […]

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Understanding PCOs Diet: A Nutritionist Approach.

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a common hormonal disorder that affects people with ovaries, typically during their reproductive years. One of the key features of PCOS is an imbalance in reproductive hormones, leading to increased levels of androgens (male hormones) in the body. This hormonal imbalance can disrupt the normal functioning of the ovaries and […]

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“Don’t blame meat for what bread did” weight gain.

Consistent consumption of beef burgers can lead to weight gain, with both the refined carbs in the bun and the meat potentially culpable. Refined carbs cause rapid blood sugar spikes, insulin resistance, and obesity, particularly due to their high glycemic index and lack of fiber. The Ketogenic diet emphasizes low-carb, high-fat intake, suggesting fats and protein as better energy sources for weight loss. However, too much-saturated fat from meats can increase heart disease risks, so it’s vital to balance diet with nutrient-rich carbs like fruits and vegetables and be mindful of portion sizes and physical activity for healthy weight management.

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The Warning Signs of an Eating Disorder

An eating disorder is a serious mental health condition characterized by disturbances in eating behaviors and attitudes towards food and weight. There are several types of eating disorders, including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge-eating disorder, and others. The 3 Most Common Eating Disorders. Even though there is no specific cause of eating disorders, your thoughts […]

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