I am a 26 year old women and i have been gaining more and more weight throughout the past 7 years.(Granted i have been eating out alot) but i want to stop doing that and get on a regular excersise plan and a diet plan.I am a really lazy person when it comes to excersisin, but i really want to get healthy for my 4 year old daughter. so if anyone has any ideas for that, it would help out alot.I just want to know what kind of foods to eat what not to eat what kinds of excersises i should do. My fat is in my belly thighs and arms. I weigh about 180 and 5″5 I want to get back down to about 140 by end of february beginging of march.So please if anyone has any ideas for me i would really appreciate it.Ant other questions you can email at email@example.com.Thank you so much.Any ideas what so ever would be greatly appreciated.
may be this plan helps you
1. Balanced vegetarian diet
It consists of fruits, vegetables and foods that originate from plants.
Recent studies show that a vegetarian diet has a 30% lower risk of heart related diseases.
There are different vegetarian diets ranging from strictest to the lenient.
– Vegan diet foods
Vegetables, fruits, legumes, nuts, grains
– diet foods
Milk and milk products such as cheese and yogurt
– Locative-vegetarian diet foods
– Felicitation diet foods
Occasional consumption of fish, poultry and meat.
Since there are allegations about vegetarian diet that it has nutritional deficiency, here are the nutritional guidelines so that you will know what vegetables are good to eat.
– Iron (important in the transport of oxygen to the lungs and to the different parts of the body)
Spinach, beans, wheat, tofu, lentils, broccoli, black eye beans, potatoes.
– Calcium (responsible for bone strength)
Alfalfa sprouts, asparagus, bamboo shoots, soy milk, soy nuts, so ya beans, pickled, broccoli, mustard greens, and fortified juices.
– Vitamin B12 (it also boosts up energy aids in the production of red blood cells)
Beetroot, cabbage, Brussels sprouts.
2. Low fat diet
Fat has always been the number reason why obesity is increasing significantly these days. As such, there are many available options to choose on a low-fat diet.
Use low-fat oils (olive oil, canola oil) for cooking.
Use non-sticky pan that has been cleansed thoroughly after a deep frying session to prevent too much oil on food.
Make sure you have fresh vegetables in your diet and avoid canned goods, which are usually preserved in salt.
Eat a lot of legumes like kidney beans, lentils, chickpeas, black-eyes beans and others.
Make sure that the pasta that you are buying is made from whole wheat.
Avoid salad dressings like mayonnaise and thousand island sauce, instead, opt for Worchester sauce or so ya sauce for garnishing and flavor.
Eat a lot of fresh fruits and vegetables.
3. The South Beach Diet
One of the top 5 weight loss diet plans in the country today.
It never allows starvation and deprivation of foods.
It is divided into 'three phases'.
– Phase 1
It lasts for about 14 days. This is the strictest phase as there's a strict regulation on what to consume. Carbohydrates are avoided and poultry products, fish, turkey, shellfish that usually eaten with vegetables, nuts, eggs and cheese are to be eaten but in moderation. Coffee and tea is allowed but taken in moderation.
– Phase 2
This phase is much easier than the first. It will last until the desired weight is achieved. The carbohydrates rich foods that were removed from the diet are reintroduced. You can eat brown rice and whole wheat bread but not a white bread.
– Phase 3
This is the phase where your body is already adjusted to start of a way of life that you will have to adopt for a lifetime.
4. The Cabbage Soup diet
It is one of the seven days that weight loss diet plans is aiming at weight loss in a short span of time.
The diet requires consuming cabbage soup for seven days with every meal of the day.
Day 1: Cabbage soup and fruits (unlimited quantity and any fruit except for bananas)
Day 2: Cabbage soup and vegetables. A baked potato with butter for dinner is allowed.
Day 3: Cabbage soup and a combination of fruits and vegetables (except for bananas and potatoes)
Day 4: Cabbage soup, bananas and skimmed milk (maximum of 8 bananas to be consumed through the day)
Day 5: Cabbage soup and 350-500 grams beef with 6 slices of tomatoes.
Day 6: Cabbage soup, beef and vegetables (except potatoes)
Day 7: Cabbage soup, brown rice, vegetables (except potatoes) and fresh fruit juice.
5. What is the Raw Food Diet?
The Raw Food diet allows you to consume any kind of raw food.
Raw food includes fruits, vegetables, dry fruits, fresh fruit juices, nuts, seeds, legumes, and grains.
Some processing of raw foods can also be done such as blending, crushing, sprouting, soaking and juicing, provided that you will not be adding dairy products or sugar on it.
Boiling of raw foods cannot be done.
6. Zone diet plan
The Zone diet is a high-protein, low-carbohydrate, fat-controlled eating plan.
This is unlike most high-protein diets as it allows you to have a broader range of foods to be taken.
This diet believes that a human body reaches its efficiency when the body is consuming all meals with carbohydrates, proteins and fats. As such, the body will work within the zone full of energy causing weight loss.
Protein tends to make you feel full and thus helping you to avoid eating in between meals.
7. Cookie Diet plan
The cookie is made with fiber, protein, and other ingredients intended to keep you full.
Eat 4-6 cookies a day will give you somewhere around 500 calories.
Your dinner may consist of lean protein and vegetables.