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The Balanced Meal: 8 Golden Rules for a Flawless Slimming Dish

The Balanced Meal: 8 Golden Rules for a Flawless Slimming Dish

To lose weight permanently, there is no such thing as a healthy, balanced diet. Reducing sugars and fats, diversifying consumption, controlling portions.. adopt the right reactions!

We can't say it enough, diet is not the most sustainable solution to losing weight. To avoid the yo-yo effect, nutritionists, doctors and relatives always advise to adopt a healthy and balanced diet. On the one hand, to keep the streak all year round. On the other hand, to stay healthy and avoid deficiencies. Here are our tips for eating without depriving yourself.

We avoid shortcomings

When it does not consume all the nutrients needed for its proper functioning, the human body can suffer from some rather benign disorders such as fatigue, hair loss or loss of consciousness. To avoid these shortcomings, the dish should be varied and balanced and should contain all nutrients: iron (red meat, egg yolk, spirulina), magnesium (cocoa, seafood), calcium (dairy products, legumes), vitamin D (dairy products). ) and salmon) and zinc (oysters and sesame seeds).

We follow the 1/3 . rule

A balanced dish should respect the 1/3 rule as it should: 1/3 vegetables, 1/3 starch (or legumes) and a third of protein. In order for your dish to be balanced and light, remember to choose low-calorie products. It is better, for example, to eat chicken cutlets than lamb chops.

We do not completely eliminate starchy foods

There are countless trendy diets that make the ultimate crossroads with starchy foods. It's a bad idea! Although starches have more calories than vegetables, they are part of the family of "slow sugars" that provide energy throughout the day and keep the body in shape. Without it, the risk of cravings for snacks and small cavities is more common.

We move on to brown starch

Prefer whole, starchy foods such as brown rice, whole-grain bread, various grains, or even semi-whole pasta. Not only are they lighter, but they are also rich in fibre.

We do not ban fats

Balanced eating means finding the right balance between what you need and what you should avoid: the right action. If you want to reduce the consumption of fats (butter, various oils), be careful not to cut them out completely. So you can eat a piece of butter daily (rich in vitamin A) and a spoonful of vegetable oil (olive oil, sunflower oil or rapeseed oil) per serving for its monounsaturated or polyunsaturated fatty acid content.

Cut down on sugar

To maintain the streak, it is necessary to control the consumption of sugar without completely eliminating it. You still have to choose the right people. For a start, the natural sugars found in fruits, for example, are preferred over artificial sugars (cakes, sweets, etc.). Next, learn to read the labels of purchased products: Avoid foods with a lot of ingredients that start with malto and/or end with -ose.

We handle salt easily

Too much salt can be the cause of many health problems such as water retention, weight gain, or cardiovascular disorders. So, it is better to avoid it. To successfully get rid of salt without making dishes mushy, season them with herbs, spices, and spices.

We eat on a small plate

It is a known fact that we absorb fewer calories when we eat less. To cut back, some have found a solution: replace their plate with a miniature version. Thus, the quantities are reduced but still varied. As old as the world, this technique seems to have proven itself.


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