Is your diary full of disappointments from unsuccessful diets? The reason probably isn’t in your inability to adapt to a diet plan, but in the way you approach losing weight. Today we will help you choose the most suitable type of diet for your organism, with which you will be able to lose as much weight as you want, without worrying for following unwanted results.
How many times a day you allow yourself to eat more?
b) between twice and three times
c) more than three times
What do you like to snack on?
a) low fat dairy products
b) chips or pretzel sticks
In the restaurant you order:
a) fish or sushi
b) dishes without bread
What is your “sinful food”?
a) low-calorie food
c) I don’t have one
When you’re on a diet, you:
a) stay away from high-calorie foods
b) eat often, but little
c) eat only fruits and vegetables
What are you going to eat for dinner?
a) I don’t eat dinner
b) chicken meat
c) Greek salad
What food you can’t go without?
a) I can’t limit myself
b) fried foods
Your diet philosophy is:
a) everything low-calorie is allowed
b) everything with measure
c) crabs out!
Here is your diet according to your answers:
Low-calorie foods are the most suitable for you. Your body can easily adapt to them without feeling the need to eat “forbidded foods”. Balance your diet with some sort of sports and the amount of calories you take shouldn’t be less than the amount you burn. Don’t starve too much so you don’t fall victim of the Yo-yo effect.
The best way for you to lose weight is to cut down on the amount of food you take. In other words, eat what you want, but eat less!
Carbs really have to leave your daily menu. Instead, eat more proteins. You can find proteins in eggs, fish, nuts, seeds, vegetables, etc. Like you see, there’s a great diversity of food you can choose from.