Dieting for weight loss is an unhealthy wellness behavior that may offer short term results, but in the long-run will have detrimental effects on health and well-being that are caused by a lack of nutrients to support and maintain the body, emotions, and mental functioning.
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Dieting for Weight Loss is Unhealthy
A diet is the food and dietary supplements someone eats.
A well-balanced diet supplies a wide range of essential nutrition for energy and well-being. Eating complete meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner is the basis of a complete well-balanced diet.
Dieting, doing diets, eating restrictive diet plans, abstaining for the necessity of food, using foods and supplements for appetite suppression are unhealthy behaviors when someone eliminates specific food groups, eats less than they should to maintain health, or fasts, in order to lose or manage weight and to treat, manage, and prevent conditions and diseases.
Dieting is Based on Pseudo-science Medical Quackery
Dieting, doing diets, eating restrictive diet plans, and abstaining from food, other than religious reasons, is quackery.
The common medical fraud practice of preventing, managing, and treating conditions and diseases with dieting is false pseudo-science of linking the consumption of foods and supplements to conditions and disease such as being overweight and obese.
Nutrients and constituents in food and supplements support the body's own normal weight, performance, and healing; nutrients do not treat, prevent, manage, or cure conditions and diseases.
Popular unhealthy restrictive weight loss diet plans include any way someone can abstain from the necessity of consuming food, including:
Appetite suppression protocols
The Best Way to Eat for Weight Loss and to Maintain a Healthy Weight
The best way to lose weight and maintain a healthy weight is to eat complete balanced meals, without snacking in-between, while ensuring your meals contain many food groups and additional supplementation.
To lose and maintain a healthy weight, reduce the size of the carbohydrate portion, like breads and grains, of a meal, replacing it with nutrient dense foods.
The best nutrient dense foods to eat for a healthy weight include:
A balanced diet for a healthy weight contains many food groups that have a range of nutrients. The more nutrient dense foods someone eats, the less someone craves food and sweets.
Use Supplements for a Healthy Weight and Antioxidants for Fat-Burning
Dietary supplements work to promote healthy weight and weight loss when taken with complete and balanced meals.
Multivitamin and mineral supplements contain additional nutrients to maintain a healthy weight.
Eat Nutrient Density When Hungry for a Healthy Weight
Eating food is good!
Overweight and hungry people need more nutrition, so eat nutrient dense foods, like eggs, meat, cheese, veggies, and berries as part of each meal.
On the contrary, bread and grains are low in nutrients, while candy, sugary drinks, and junk food have no nutrients and promote unhealthy weight; so, are best avoided when hungry.
Eating for a Healthy Weight is a Habit
Reaching goals and feeling good requires healthy habits.
Gradually, include more nutritious foods and supplements at every meal. And use guidance from trusted and reliable friends, family, websites, and professionals, in eating a complete and balanced diet with included supplementation and medicinal remedies.
Long term results bring the most satisfaction with maintaining a healthy weight and promoting health, wellness, and well-being.
Doctor Endorsed Dieting is Medical Quackery
Food and supplements do not prevent, manage, or treat conditions and diseases; rather, food and supplements support, maintain, and promote healthy bodily performance.
Avoid any quack medical professional, academic school, or website that tells someone to abstain from foods, skip meals, remove food groups, fast, suppress appetite with foods or supplements, or not take supporting supplements.
Avoid fraudsters who sell quack medicine snake oil and promote fad diets for unreasonable and dangerous weight loss, such as more than a half a pound of bodyweight a day or more than 10-15 pounds of weight loss a month.
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Someone is overweight because their body is lacking nutrition and requires additional nutrients from food to maintain a healthy weight and perform.
Being hungry and eating food with little nutrient content, such as empty calories, like sugar and junk or fast food, does not promote healthy weight and performance.
Eating a complete diet of nutrient dense foods, such as vegetables, fruits, meats, eggs, and dairy, with additional supplements, promotes healthy weight and performance.
Will Eating Make Someone Gain Weight?
Someone feels hungry because their body is craving nutrition from food to maintain a healthy weight, perform and recover.
They may overeat to get more nutrition, so they are best avoiding empty calories which cause weight gain, such as sugar and junk food; instead eating a healthy diet of nutrient dense foods, such as vegetables, meats, eggs, and dairy.
How to Lose Weight on a Healthy Diet?
To lose weight eat a healthy complete diet of nutrient dense foods while avoiding empty calories and junk food.
Eat regular, complete, and balanced meals of breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and avoid drinking and snacking on empty calories and junk food.
Reduce the size of carbohydrate portions in all meals without eating less and replace with nutrient dense foods, such as veggies and berries.
Add dietary supplements, including antioxidants, to enhance complete meals and promote healthy weight loss and performance.
What is a Healthy Diet?
A healthy diet is a complete diet, made up of complete meals with a balance of nutrient dense foods that contain essential vitamins, minerals, proteins, fats, and carbohydrates.
Add supplements to a complete diet to increase the amount of nutrients for healthy weight and performance.
Why Eat a Complete Meal?
A complete meal contains protein, fats, and carbohydrates, in the form of nutrient dense foods such as vegetables, fruits, meats, eggs, and dairy.
Eating incomplete meals and skipping meals does not promote healthy body performance.
Supplements are added to a complete meal to increase nutrient density, to maintain a healthy weight and promote performance and recovery.
What Supplements Can Someone Take?
Supplements work best when added to a healthy diet of complete meals that contain vegetables, fruits, meats, eggs, and dairy.
Multivitamins with minerals supply the body with essential nutrients for healthy weight and performance.
Spices, herbs, superfoods, tonics, and adaptogens can also be added to increase bodily performance to maintain a healthy weight.
Specifically, medicinal remedies high in antioxidants can help to promote a successful weight-loss program, because fat-burning requires greater amounts of oxygen to oxidize fat molecules, which, in turn, requires more antioxidants to promote the oxidative metabolic process of fat-burning.
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