It is probably fair to say that most of us have played around with the idea of dieting to lose a bit of extra weight from time to time. Survey after survey tells us what we don’t like about ourselves and about our bodies – far more often in fact than they tell us what we do like. Almost permanently at the top of the list of things we don’t like is our weight. The human condition is a pessimistic one, it seems. But a weight loss plan can have some genuine benefits, so it would not be fair to dwell unduly on the bad points.
One element of a dedicated weight loss plan which is familiar to an increasing number of people is the act of counting calories. But if we are to stay on the right track for losing weight, then we need to consider matters other than calories. How much fat should we be eating, and what amount of carbohydrates do we need? Will antioxidants help us, and are we getting enough of a specific vitamin. These, and other questions, all come together when we have a good dieting plan.
The thing to remember about weight loss plans is that they often have accidental, but beneficial side effects. Many of us find when we have lost a little bit of weight that we have a lot more energy, for example. Others find that we sleep better or can do our jobs more efficiently. One way or another, this is down to the nutrients we are eating and the bad stuff we cut out – so it’s not just about being able to fit into new trousers.
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