Received ideas on slimness

"Light products make you lose weight" "We must ban fat from our diet".

When it comes to slimming tips we often hear everything and its opposite, so it is sometimes difficult to separate the true from the false. Often, these false ideas slow down our weight loss and lead us to break down.

  • Eating low-fat products makes you lose weight

TRUE AND FALSE

Coke, 0% yoghurt or low-calorie cream, low-calorie products are constantly being developed in our supermarkets. Often sold at a higher price, they are not necessarily good for the diet. Indeed, although the calories displayed are lower than those present in an ordinary product, this difference is compensated by more sugar or sweetener which are not necessarily good for the body. Moreover, a 0% yogurt will be much less satisfying in terms of nutrients and satiety, so we will tend to eat twice as much! So yes, eating low-fat products can help you in your weight loss, but on the condition that you don't abuse them!

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  • Starchy foods and bread are fattening

FALSE

Bread, potatoes, rice, pasta... they are often frowned upon during a diet. The main source of failure in a diet is deprivation, the fact of forbidding oneself this or that food leads to cracking and therefore to the failure of your weight loss. This is why not eatingstarchy foods or bread is a very bad idea. Moreover, starchy foods contain complex carbohydrates which are an essential source of energy for our body. For example, eating bread for breakfast gives you enough energy to avoid energy crashes in the morning and to stay focused. Obviously, it is a food with more calories than vegetables, so they should be eaten in limited quantities but not banned. Our advice is to consume a portion of about 150 to 200 g of cooked starchy foods per meal. Moreover, limit your meal to a single starch, for example if you choose a pasta dish, avoid nibbling on bread on the side. And if you want to enjoy a good pasta dish for fewer calories than a carrot, you can opt for Konjac pasta

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  • Drinking water makes you lose weight

FALSE

Some people say that drinking water throughout the day will help you lose weight. But it doesn't make you fat either! Water is vital to the body. By drinking water we eliminate waste from the body. Hydrating well also helps to boost intestinal transit and thus have a flat stomach. For some people, it can have a psychostimulant effect. Drinking water will fill their stomach and thus make them feel full, but this is only valid in the short term. However, you can drink unlimited amounts of water since it has 0 calories.

And if you don't like water, you can add flavors to it to give it more taste, especially with the brand Waterdrop

  • Red meat is too high in calories

FALSE

Red meat is often banned in many diets but this is a mistake! Yes, a steak contains more calories than a chicken cutlet (for 100 grams of meat, there are 120 calories in a chicken cutlet compared to 200 for a steak) but it also contains more protein and is therefore longer to digest. The feeling of hunger will then be delayed. Proteins also allow you not to losemuscle . Choose meat that is grilled without fat or baked rather than fried. If you find your meat too bland, forget the mayonnaise or other industrial sauces, opt for spices that will give taste without adding calories. As for the accompaniment, vegetables will be your best ally. According to nutritionists, the portion of vegetables should correspond to twice that of meat.

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  • You can lose weight while enjoying yourself

TRUE

As we said above, psychological frustration is the first cause of failure of a diet. To lose weight effectively and sustainably, you must combine "health" and "pleasure". Meals should never become a source of deprivation. The more you deprive yourself, the more you will feel like cracking. No food should be "forbidden". You simply have to become reasonable. Two pieces of chocolate at the end of a meal will not make you gain weight, but eating a bar of chocolate will. Thus, to slim down you will have to balance your diet while listening to your body.

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  • To lose weight, it is better to spread your meals out over the day

TRUE

It is better to eat 4 or 5 small meals rather than 2 meals that are much too large. So you should not increase the quantities but eat more often and in several small quantities. The calories remain unchanged, with the same total amount of proteins, fats and carbohydrates. This is called food splitting. For example, we can break down breakfast with bread and jam in the morning and then a piece of fruit in the morning, while lunch can be in two parts: the starter and the main course first, and a piece of fruit and a dairy product a little later. By spreading out our food intake throughout the day, we avoid snacking on chips or cookies. This method also facilitates digestion and avoids overloading the stomach.

  • Doing sports makes you lose weight

TRUE AND FALSE

It is true that in order to lose weight, we all know that we must reduce our energy intake so that it is less than the amount we spend. First of all, you should know that it takes a lot of time to eliminate even a piece of cake. In fact, it is estimated that in order to lose 1 kilo you would have to spend about 9,000 calories, so it is not that easy!

Moreover, sport does not necessarily make you lose weight. When you exercise, your body fat decreases and your muscle mass increases, so your weight is likely to stay the same. And if you decide to start exercising overnight, you will need to be patient and diligent. The results will arrive within 3 to 6 months.

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To complete your sport activity, you can wear our Fit active leggings or the slimming running leggings. Its intelligent fabric will help you refine and firm up your figure.