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The density of food

We automatically combine slimming with healthy & growing automatically with unhealthy eating.

You can with cheese-baked foods, etc. decrease, but also with rice, avocado, healthy oils, etc. increase, as it makes the combination of macronutrients (carbohydrates, fat).

"If you want to gain weight, you have to eat twice or more". He / she does not have to, because it depends on the density of the food, so he / she achieves a kcal excess.

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The calorie deficit

It is true that we need to have a calorie deficit, that is, a lower calorie intake to lose weight, but if we eat too little, we will provide our body with insufficient energy to control fat burning. The emergency operation is initiated.

Because every process, be it the burning of fat, through a well-balanced diet, our circulation, our breathing, or even our spa regulation, needs energy, you're not going to work without getting paid.

Of course, each of us is different but the functions of our bodies are the same, so it is also proven how our body builds and degrades fats and muscles.

With the right combination of macronutrients (fats, carbohydrates, proteins) & a careful eye in the selection of products, the body can be formed specifically.

The protein diet, not recommended

Recently, I often wrote with some people and asked them how to feed themselves, they always answered "healthy".

After I asked them more carefully, they replied "plenty of vegetables & protein" or "I stick to the protein diet" which is targeted to avoid fats & carbohydrates.

However, there is a certain limit to the protein intake which should not be undercut or exceeded.

With too little protein, the body starts to break down the already absorbed amino acids for which you have worked hard.

If your protein is too much protein, your kidney will produce ammonia, which subsequently causes kidney damage Incidentally, your uric acid increases due to the overconsumption.

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The calorie deficit

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