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I hope you don't mind the intrusion, I just felt compelled to share my knowledge in the area. I have written several articles on proper nutrition, especially nutrition which primes the body for healthy hair.
 
Again, I don't mean the post links for no reason, I simply have a lot to share in this area, and didn't think it would be proper to start pasting entire articles to the thread lol.
 
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It is also important to remember that your weight gradually be eliminated. Miracles overnight like some fad diets promise Do not expect. You eat almost every physiological process and the work is important. More relaxed atmosphere of your food, the easier it will stick to your diet.
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Well,some Tips are given below:
-Choose a place at home and the work you do all your meals. Make sure you are seated.
-Groceries only after eating. You will be less likely to buy foods impulsively - especially foods that you do not need.
-When you shop for groceries stick to your shopping list.
-Do not think because you are eating low fat foods low in calories you can eat anything you want.The calories still add and should be burned no matter what type of food you eat. Balance is the key.
-If you go to a restaurant, decide in advance what you will eat. Stick to it.
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Some more Diet tips

* Drink plenty of water .
* You can often get very hungry at times, try drinking water to help manage hunger pains.
* Eat less. More often. You should try to avoid big and heavy meals.
* To avoid drinking soda and juices.
* Think about what you can add to your diet, not what you should take away.
* It is very beneficial as it contains fiber and fulfilling from the volume of food.
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One can find out hundreds of diet tips on the internet. But the tips which you have shared here seems to be effective. I must admit these are the great tips. Thanks for sharing.




Edited by Karen Shelton - May 14 2010 at 9:01am
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Good tips.  Thanks.
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If you want to go for healthy Diet Tips, first you have know these dieting myths:

1. If I drastically cut calories, I'll lose weight faster.

When you take your caloric intake down too low, you are actually sending your body into "starvation mode". Your body wants to maintain your weight when it "thinks" you are starving; therefore, your metabolism will actually slow down and you may not lose weight.
2. The stricter the diet, the better it will work.

The stricter a diet is -- completely eliminating entire food groups; eating just one food (e.g. cabbage soup) -- the less effective it will be in the end. You'll get tired of the allowed food and when you feel really deprived, you're likely to call it quits altogether.
3. I should get rid of my favorite less-than-healthful foods.

By treating yourself to your old favorites now and again, you'll stay motivated and you'll be less likely to give in to a binge. Just make sure you get back on track after your treat. Moderation is the key to successful, long-term weight loss.
4. Eating late at night will cause me to gain weight.

All things considered, it doesn't really matter when you eat, only how many calories you eat and burn in a day. Whether you're eating in the morning or at midnight your body turns any extra calories into fat. In fact, eating a light snack -- like cheese and crackers -- before bed may help you sleep better.
5. I shouldn't eat between meals.

On the contrary, eating a small, healthful snack between meals will help keep your blood sugar at an even keel and keep your metabolism going strong. You'll also avoid getting too hungry so you don't over-eat at your next meal.
6. Fat is bad.

Everybody needs to include some fat in their diet. We need it; plus, it makes dishes more satisfying and palatable. Some fats are even good for you, like omega-3 fatty acids, which are found predominantly in fish and shellfish.
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