Sharon Howard’s Evaluation and Plan for April. Part 2

Friday, March 30, 2012 7:07
Posted in category Fitness

If you notice that you are not hungry, but still want to eat, ask yourself, “How do I feel?” The blank column, next to the food and amount, you can label “Feelings”. Jot down what is going on at the time you are eating. The last column you can use to track your fat grams. Have you ever done this before? It gives me a different way of evaluating your diet. I hope to show you that your diet does not have to be restrictive to lose weight.

I would like you to learn about the fat in your diet. For healthy weight loss, about 20 percent to 30 percent of your calories should be from fat. Based on your weight, you should have about 30 fat grams per day. Buy a copy of the paperback “Book of Food Counts” by Corinne Netzer. Although it might seem tedious at first, look up each food and list the fat grams in the last column. You don’t eat that many different foods, so this will get easier as you work at it. Add up your daily total, and then average your fat grams for the week. Be aware that there are many nonfat foods out there with lots of calories. If you use a nonfat product, jot the calories down next to it. You can also evaluate the balance of your diet at the bottom. Most people don’t eat enough fruits, vegetables and dairy products. Be sure to include these more this week. You don’t have to fill these forms out perfectly. Do what you can. Good luck!

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