The Science behind ‘Losing Weight With Diet Food’ Explained.
Is obesity a life-threatening problem?
Let’s get straight to the point. Let’s be honest.
Being obese is NOT normal. Despite the media and corporate houses making obesity look normal, it is certainly something to be fixed as soon as possible.
Then why do big pharma companies say so? A simple straightforward answer is – BUSINESS.
The more people get obese – the more business they get.
The importance of being fit
It’s very easy to get this fact wrong. Being slim and fit is not ONLY associated with looks.
Health concerns are bigger than the looks. Being balanced weight improves endurance and strength. It improves the quality of life drastically.
There are many lifestyle-associated problems that can be solved by maintaining an appropriate weight.
- Breathing becomes easier
- Walking and running feel effortless
- Agility becomes stronger
- Back pain is almost zero
- Stronger heart
- Less likely to have Type 2 Diabetes
- You fit into seats in airplanes and cars
- Traveling and meeting friends become easy
- Less body odor
- No double chin
What makes us fat?
There are two major factors that contribute to weight gain.
A sedentary lifestyle and wrong food choices are the two major factors that cause obesity and eventually, diseases and death.
Over a period of time, cells in our body die. New cells should replace the old dead cells. Workouts rejuvenate the cells in our bodies. Obviously, workouts and exercise strengthen the core.
Is just working out enough? Does that give us the license to eat anything we want?
What we intake matters the most. There are unique characteristics for each and every food element we take throughout day and night.
What are Micronutrients and Macronutrients?
Nutrients are categorized into two major divisions. Macronutrients and Micronutrients. The human body needs Macronutrients in large amounts and Micronutrients and smaller amounts.
There are three Macronutrients:
All three of them have important roles to play in our system.
Energizes the body during high-intensity exercise
Saves protein (to prevent muscle mass loss during exercise)
Fuels the brain
Whole grains, fruits, some vegetables, and sugar are the major food sources of Carbs.
Is the only source for our muscle mass
Forms the tissue structure
Responsible for metabolic, transport, and hormone systems
Creates enzymes that regulate your metabolism
Animal sources, legumes, seeds, and nuts are the primary protein sources.
Energy storage (Here is the problem!)
Saves your vital organs from waning
Carries fat-soluble vitamins throughout our body
Oils, nuts, seeds, avocados, meat, fish, dairy, and many more sources have fat