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12 Common questions about the diet of points

12 Common questions about the diet of points

Many people still have doubts about the famous diet of points. Therefore, we have selected through our platform Ask the Expert the 13 most pertinent questions of those who want to make the diet and to lose weight with health.

1 - Children can eat the points diet?

In all methodologies, the points diet is not recommended for children under 18, because the calculations performed are not based in this age group, but in adults. A child would probably not achieve the energy and nutritional need by following these recommendations. For this public, nutritional guidelines and recommendations are different from adults.

2 - Can vegetarian people do the points diet?

Yes, it is possible to follow the Points Diet methodology, as they do not have a " closed "in relation to the food that composes it. In most Diets of Points, there is a general healthy diet, not providing specific menus for a vegetarian diet, for example. However, you can tailor the Diet Points to your lifestyle and needs by introducing the foods you normally consume into your daily routine. It is important to remember that a vegetarian diet requires specific amounts and recommendations of nutrients, so follow-up with a nutritionist is key to preventing nutritional imbalances.

3 - Does the point diet really work for anyone?

The result of Diet points will depend on each person, body and adaptation of each. It is worth remembering that it is a method of organizing food with a certain restriction necessary to weight loss.

4 - Is there any contraindication to doing the points diet?

There is no contraindication in making the diet points towards weight loss. It is only essential that the individual adapts to the diet according to the recommendation of his dietician and also of his doctor, if necessary.

5 - Can I do the dots diet even if I am pregnant?

The dots diet is not recommended for pregnant and lactating women, since it focuses on weight loss and carries out a calorie restriction. At this stage of life, it is not appropriate to carry out a restrictive diet because nutritional needs are increased.

6 - How do I make a point diet?

The point diet method is based on the representation of the calories together with the nutrients consumed through points. The method proposed is to follow the indicated score through the quantity and quality of the foods that generate this score.

7 - How many points can I consume daily with the points diet?

In the diet of points, the score is indicated. (eg weight and height).

8 - Where can I find a menu for the points diet?

It is not recommended to follow a "ready" menu for weight loss .

9 - How many pounds can I lose on a weekly weight-loss diet?

Weight loss will depend on each organism. Generally, the average weight loss within a points diet is 1 kg per week, ie 4 kg per month. This average can vary from individual to individual, both for less and for more. It is important to remember that any weight loss method that you want to adopt, must be accompanied by a nutritionist.10 - How many calories a person doing the points diet can consume?

The calories within the points diet methodology are related to the suggested score for each, ie it can vary for each individual according to the factors anthropometric variables (weight and height, for example). It is important to remember that any weight loss method that you want to adopt, must be accompanied by a professional nutritionist.

11 - What are the foods that make up the points diet?

The foods that make up the points diet are based on suggested in the Food Guide for the Brazilian Population. However, in the diet methodology of the points are encompassed all food, as an incentive for the consumption of food that contribute to the improvement of quality of life.

12 - What is the most efficient short-term diet, point diet or detox diet?

First of all, it is essential to point out that it is important to note that any weight loss method you wish to adopt should be accompanied by a nutritionist. no short-term diet is more effective than long-term dietary changes. The difference between the point diet and the detox diet is that the former is a methodology, which does not have specific menus and generally focuses on both the amount (through the suggested food score) and the quality of the diet (by encouraging the consumption of all food groups referenced in the Food Guide for the Brazilian population). On the other hand, the detox diet is not a methodology, but rather a determination of food pattern that focuses more on two specific food groups: fruit group and vegetable group, without incentive or even great restriction to other food groups. It is worth remembering that the process of detoxification occurs naturally in the human body, when a proper and healthy diet is used, proposed by the Food Guide for the Brazilian population. And for greater efficiency you should adopt balanced eating habits and lifestyle, seeking safe and appropriate methods to weight loss with a professional nutritionist.

All answers were published by nutritionist Isabelly Silva (CRN: SP-47452 / P)


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