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8 Answers on how to make the points diet

8 Answers on how to make the points diet

Are you thinking about dieting points, but do not know what to expect from this method? It is normal to want to understand how a diet works before doing it. And to help you learn more about the methodology, we've listed some questions that better explain how the points diet works, answered through our Ask the Expert platform.

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1. What are the foods that make up the points diet?

A: The foods that make up the points diet are based on the food groups 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. It is important to remember that any weight loss method that you want to adopt, must be accompanied by a professional nutritionist.

2. How many calories a person doing the points diet can consume?

A: The calories within the diet methodology of the points 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 nutritionist.

3. How many points can I consume daily with the points diet?

A: In the diet of points, the score is indicated according to the anthropometric data of the individuals (such as weight and height), so this will vary from person to person.

4. How many kilos can I lose on a weekly basis?

A: 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 you wish to adopt, must be accompanied by a nutritionist.

5. Where can I find a menu for the points diet?

A: It is not recommended to follow a menu? Ready? for weight loss. What can be done is to adjust the diet method of the points with a nutritionist.

6. A: Based on the assumption that in the diet methodology of the points there is no prohibition of the consumption of any food, it is possible to include this food when following the diet. However, one should be aware of the quantity and frequency of consumption of the feijoada and the hamburger. To plan this diet it is important to remember that any weight loss method that you want to adopt, must be accompanied by a professional nutritionist.

7. The points diet really works for anyone?

A: The result of the Points Diet will depend on each person, organism and adaptation of each. It is worth remembering that it is a method of organizing food with a certain restriction necessary to weight loss. For a better performance in acquiring the goal and goal it is essential to counsel with a nutritionist throughout the process.

8. Is there any contraindication to doing the points diet?

A: There is no contraindication in doing the points diet aimed at weight loss. It is only essential that the individual adapts to the diet according to the recommendation of his nutritionist and also of his doctor, if necessary.

* All answers were published by nutritionist Isabelly Silva (CRN: 47452)


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