When it comes to weight loss, is there a one-kind-fits-all diet?

Not really.  There are so many determining factors as to which diet might be best for you.  But, the most important thing to remember is that you should be eating a healthy protein, healthy carb and healthy fat at each meal (small 300-400 calories meals) along with 2-3 healthy snacks in between (not more than 100-150 calories).

The diet I like best which incorporates ALL food groups and can be modified to your particular lifestyle is the Glycemic Index Diet.  It terms each food into a “number” ratio depending on how quickly it breaks down in the pancreas and liver to promote insulin.  You want to eat the foods that do that the slowest, based on eating the foods categorized with the number 70 or less.  If you eat lots of foods rated more than a 70 on the chart, then you risk higher insulin being secreted into the bloodstream faster and thus making you hungrier and more prone to carb/sugar cravings.

I make sure to help you find the right way to incorporate this plan into your lifestyle so that you feel you can follow it according to your daily lifestyle schedule and food tastes.

30 Days Of Health Tips From Linda Wolschlager, Certified Nutrition Counselor/Wellness Coach
The Nutrition Advisor, LLC – http://www.naturalnutritionadvisor.com

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