43 Foods that you have in the pantry and that help with the diet
When we think of a diet to lose weight, we soon get the idea that it takes a lot to spend a healthier lifestyle. Foods with weird names, often imported, have seen fashion and the price that was once affordable, shoots. Great mistake! A healthy diet that will meet your needs and still make you lose weight, may rather be more in mind. So I separated some tips with foods that are part of the Brazilian daily routine:
Invest in rice with beans
Common combinations among Brazilians can help us to have a balanced and effective diet in weight loss. The rice and beans of each day, when consumed in the right amount and preferably with the rice in the full version, is a combination that is supernutritive and ensures satiety for a longer time, thus avoiding snacks during the day.
In this reasoning, proteins can not be lacking for those who want to contain hunger for longer, so one should choose those with less fat. Some examples of leaner and cheaper proteins:
- Chicken fillet
- Tilapia fillet
In this way, the combination rice, beans, protein and salad is very good for a lunch for example.
Whole and Cheap Carbohydrates
A healthy diet should contain carbohydrates, proteins, good fats and vegetables in abundance. Carbohydrates should preferably be of low glycemic index, ie those that contain more fiber and do not provoke a rise in blood glucose very abruptly.
Some of them very cheap are:
- Sweet potato
- Brown rice
- Whole grain bread
- Whole noodles
Of course, for those who want to lose weight, carbohydrates should be consumed in less quantity.
Fats of the good in lesser quantity
Regarding good quality fats, we should prioritize the unsaturated ones (poly and monounsaturated), that is, food fats such as:
- Chestnuts and walnuts
- Extra virgin olive oil
- Sunflower seeds
- Fish like sardines and mackerel
Remembering that the amount of fat in the diet to lose weight should be minimal, gram of fat has 9 kcal. So it may seem that some of these foods like extra virgin olive oil, nuts and nuts will make the diet expensive, but will be consumed in lesser amounts.
Vegetables: The Cat's Leap Diet
The Foods That Really will ensure the success of the diet are the vegetables! Vegetables, fruits and vegetables. It is they who provide us with most of the vitamins, minerals and fibers.
We live in a tropical country with a huge variety of these foods and we should give preference to the vegetables of the season. In addition to being cheaper, they will certainly be tastier and more nutritious than those that were grown out of season and have traveled long distances to get to our tables, such as those imported for example.
Some examples of the most common vegetables and Cheap are:
- Fresh herbs such as parsley, basil, basil, rosemary
Drink plenty of water, choose the ones that have more in your area.
Another more important tactic to aid in the weight loss process is to drink plenty of water and drop out of concentrated sodas or sodas or powder. But there are some people who have a hard time drinking pure water, so you can add to that water a few slices of lemon or orange, cinnamon sticks, cloves, ginger, mint leaves or lemon grass. Flavoring water to increase water intake is a good and inexpensive alternative to boosting your diet.
These tips were to demystify the idea that losing weight is expensive, but if you want to know the best diet and the right amounts for your body, consult a nutritionist.
The craze of children and teens making meals and watching television at the same time and adults eating while working in front of the computer is becoming much more common than it should. In addition to being unhealthy and decreasing coexistence among family members, the habit is considered a threat to the weight loss process.
The Brazilian population consumes less fish meat than the one indicated by the World Health Organization, says a research done by the Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture. For this reason, the Brazilian government promotes Fish Week, which begins today and ends on September 24. The Brazilian population consumes an average of nine kilos of fish meat a year, while WHO defined as 12 kilos consumption.