How To Lose Weight Fast With The Fruit And Protein Diet

How To Lose Weight Fast With The Fruit And Protein Diet

Given that most people can probably lose a
little bit of fat and gain some muscle, it is no surprise that new diet fads are always
coming out. While calorie and portion control are the
fundamentals of any weight loss or weight gain goals, simple yet sustainable diets can
sometimes do the trick. The quality and type of food you consume is
just as important as counting calories. So why don’t we explore some of the best foods
and exercises you can eat and do to lose weight? And also, what kinds of things should you
avoid if you’re trying for weight loss? Before we begin this video, don’t forget
to subscribe to our channel for more daily tips like this and turn on notifications so
you never miss our new videos! ‘The takeaway is that the quality of what
you eat is incredibly important. You may or may not need to eat a 1,800-calorie
diet, but what you need is a diet that is based on whole and minimally processed foods
without an excess of added sugars, salts, and saturated fats.’ That is why Maya suggests a diet that is rich
in whole foods and filled with fruits and vegetables. The use of a fruit and protein diet since
it provides dieters with energy for daily activities and weight training. They explain that protein is a nutritional
component required to help muscle tissue recover and repair after weight training. On top of that, fruit provides good carbs
for the right kind of sugar-fueled energy. When you combine these two foods along with
some vegetables, you get a low-calorie diet that helps you lose weight and build muscle. The beauty of this diet is that it is inherently
filled with nutritious, whole foods. Protein coming from animal, beans, nuts and/or
soy products is mostly natural and fruits which are seeded are almost always from the
earth. The article went on to stipulate the specific
type of protein that dieters should try to ingest. They explain that when choosing proteins for
a diet, avoid fats. Foods like red meat, milk, and eggs have high
amounts of saturated fats, which are bad for cardiovascular health. You should choose lean meats like skinless
chicken and turkey. When it comes to fish, which naturally contains
omega-3 fatty acids along with protein, you should choose mackerel, tuna, trout or salmon. Fruits, while considered a carb, tend to be
a good source of energy. They are also low in calories and are almost
always natural. Fruits like apricots, melons, peaches, and
tangerines are full of healthy sugars. These are good for snacking in between meals. Grapefruit is a very low-calorie fruit full
of vitamins and nutrients. Grapes and cherries are also good for a portable,
healthy snack. Bananas are beneficial for their potassium
content. And of course, any good diet for the purpose
of weight loss needs to include some form of exercise. According to a study the increase in muscle
mass causes an increase in metabolism which in turn helps the dieter burn more calories. Thus a focus on strength training and gaining
muscle will greatly increase one’s caloric output. Cardio exercise is the way to go if you want
to burn calories. If you went over your caloric intake target,
a good cardio exercise can burn all that excess off. To top it off, you can add resistance training
to increase your muscle mass. Muscle burns off more calories even when you’re
just sitting! ‘There isn’t one “perfect” diet for
everyone, owing to individual differences in genes and lifestyle,’ but the data doesn’t
lie. ‘“ a calorie is a calorie” is an oft-repeated
dietary slogan, and not overeating is indeed an important health measure. Rather than focusing on calories alone, however,
emerging research shows that quality is also key in determining what we should eat and
what we should avoid in order to achieve and maintain a healthy weight. Rather than choosing foods based only on caloric
value, think instead about choosing high-quality, healthy foods, and minimizing low-quality
foods.’ So while many diets have grown prominent over
the past few months, a diet rich in whole and nutritious foods such as protein and fruits
is essential not only for weight loss goals but also for health and longevity. Now that we’ve explored the dos of weight
loss, why don’t we explore the don’ts? The following things are stuff you should
totally avoid if you’re looking to shed a couple pounds. 1) French Fries And Potato Chips. While potatoes themselves are pretty healthy,
french fries and chips are in fact not healthy in the least bit. In fact, they’re closely linked to weight
gain. One study even found that potato chips are
one of the biggest contributors to weight gain, more so than most other foods. You’ll even want to avoid baked, fried or
roasted potatoes, because like most things these days they contain cancer causing substances
called “acrylamides”. Bottom line: avoid potatoes in general unless
they’re plain, boiled potatoes. Hey! Stay away from that McDonald’s drive thru! Yeah, keep driving. 2) Sugary Drinks. There are a lot of unhealthy foods on this
planet. The aforementioned potato chips. Candy. Ice Cream. However, soda and sugary drinks are probably
in the top ten for worst foods for weight loss. If you’re drinking a lot of soda, know that
it’s going to have several disastrous health effects on your body, not to mention that
it’s absolutely killer for weight loss. You see, the brain doesn’t register soda’s
calories like it does with solid food. You won’t be getting any fuller and you’ll
just drink more and get fatter. Our advice: if you’re trying to lose weight,
avoid sugary drinks altogether. Hey! Get away from that McDonald’s drive thru! Yes, we know how refreshing a cool dollar
diet coke would be right now, but you’ve got to avoid it! Yeah, keep driving. 3) White Bread. While it’s undoubtedly better than brown bread,
it’s best to avoid this refined, sugary grain product. It’ll spike your blood sugar levels, plus
eating just two slices a day will up your chances of weight gain and obesity. Try one of the healthier alternatives, oopsie
bread, cornbread, and almond flour bread are all great options. The best option, however, is Ezekiel bread,
which is said to be the healthiest bread on the market today. 4) Candy Bars. We can hear you through your phone/laptop/desktop/spaceship
monitor: well duh Bestie, obviously! Well, we didn’t know you were suddenly a health
expert viewer, maybe YOU’D like to make the video! That’s what we thought. Candy bars, like white bread, are packed full
of sugar, unhealthy oils and refined flour. They’re high in calories and low on nutrients,
which isn’t what you want when you’re trying to lose weight. Unfortunately, they’re everywhere and are
often positioned near the entrance of the grocery store to try and take advantage of
your hunger. Instead of buying a candy bar with 200-300
calories, maybe try something healthier and more fruit like. Maybe an apple, or a handful of nuts. Yes, we know it’s not the same, but at least
you won’t get fat! 5) Pastries. This includes cookies, cakes and all sorts
of pastries, but they’re all more often than not bad for you. Once again, these babies are chalked full
of refined flour, sugar, and other healthy ingredients. They also contain a lot of trans fats, which
are linked to many diseases and health problems. Finally, they’re high in calories and low
in nutrients, plus they’re not very satisfying. Should you decide to eat one of these light
foods, you’ll most likely still be hungry later, as they’re not very filling. So what can you do? How do you satisfy your sweet tooth if you
can’t eat pastries and candy bars? Maybe try some dark chocolate, they’re rich
and a lot healthier for you thank the aforementioned two candies. 6) Alcohol. This only applies to some types of alcohol,
but especially beer. These are low in carbs and protein, but high
in calories. There are a lot of asterisks when it comes
to this point, however. For starters, we’re mostly just talking about
constant, heavy drinking, or at least not drinking in moderation. Alcoholism, or drinking a lot, is often associated
with weight gain. Also, while beer is often pretty unhealthy,
drinking wine in moderation actually might be good for your health. So, drink, but not that much. Hey! Put the shot glass down, that’s too much! 7) Pizza. This is one of the most popular fast foods
in the world, but unfortunately, the American created treat is very unhealthy. It’s awful for those of us trying to achieve
some weight loss. We are however mostly talking about commercial
pizzas here, so keep that in mind. They tend to be pretty high in calories and
often include processed meats and cheeses. Just in case you didn’t know, processed foods
aren’t good for you. They also usually include one of the biggest
culprits on this list: refined flour. So try to make your pizzas at home… Hey! What are you doing in that McDonald’s drive
thru? Haven’t you learned anything! No, they don’t serve the McPizza anymore! Gosh darnit, viewer! What about you? What foods do you think you should eat to
lose weight? How about exercises, what should you do to
lose weight? And finally, what should you avoid if you’re
trying to lose weight? Let us know in the comments section below
your thoughts on weight loss.

25 thoughts on “How To Lose Weight Fast With The Fruit And Protein Diet”

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  2. What foods do you think you should eat to lose weight? How about exercises, what should you do to lose weight? And finally, what should you avoid if you're trying to lose weight? If you enjoyed this video, please give it a like and share it with your friends! 🙂

  3. Yesterday I baked bread stuffed with raisons and pistachio nuts all natural ingredients it's been years back now since I boycotted the commercial bakeries altogether as I reckoned they're not that much worthwhile.

  4. Try telling the white bread to my step father. Who always insists on getting white sandwich rolls. When me and my mother always wants the whole wheat. Which is something he does not like. So we can never have whole wheat sandwich rolls. And when it comes to what food comes in to the house he is more in charge of that. Than my mother is. Which explains why there is always some sort of unhealthy foods in this house. Like either pretzels, potato chips, cheese curls, and soda. Where with me the only fruit mention that I like is watermelon. I have never really like peaches, tangerines, and apricots.

    And as far as I know watermelon is not in season right now. Not where I live it isn't. But the rest of the foods mention to stay away from I do that already. Well all except for the pizza. But we never go to the commercial pizza places like Papa Johns, Pizza Hut, and Dominoes. We just get it from one of our local pizza places. My step father often wants to order food for supper. Either from one of our local Chinese or Italian places. Because half the time he doesn't like what my mother makes. Or doesn't want her to cook anything. I just realized he is part of the reason of why I can't seem to lose weight.

  5. Eat: 1. Lean meat like skinless chicken or turkey. 3. Fruits for snacks. 4. Exercise.
    Avoid: 1. Fats. 2. French fries and potato chips, potatoes in general. 3. Sugary drinks. 4. White bread. 5. Candy bars. 6. Pastries, including cookies and cakes. 7. Alcohol, especially beer. 8. Pizza.

  6. I think you're right. Also high fat cheeses. Low-fat is the best. I think you need to stay away from all those. I'm on a low fat protein veggies and fruits diet. I do have grains. It's just the whole grain kind. And I'm losing weight! All because I cut out the junk food. I also like to walk once in a while.

  7. I have a fast way to lose its called roommate eats up all the food really the truth
    I was 132 I’m now 123
    I exist on food bank, I don’t like
    I haven’t bought food
    for 2 years ………..oh I do drink a lot a lot of water

  8. I agree, I eat like this, my lifestyle …got my health back, speed up my metabolism, lost 9kg in 7 months, lost depression with it..actually I lost my down mood with I started eating fruits and general healthy eating. Technically I did not have depression I had vitamin and mineral deficiency…That is what happens when you avoid fruits and veggies and only eat meat and fat and sometimes bread and pasta.

    Avoid: alcohol, any calorie drinks even smoothies, no milk products and avoid too much process food and junk food or fast food.. Eat your food, use your teeth or lose them. Avoid too much of added sugar, read labels for stuff you do not prepare(tomato souse , peanut butter, dark chocolate)

    Do workouts: mostly weight training, it is fun for me and it helps me grow muscles and be strong. My cardio is cleaning the house XD I hate cardio in general, at least this way I do something with it.

    Eat: home cooked meals, plan everything before eating. In my case: Oatmeal, seeds(sesame seeds, chia seeds..), spices(cinnamon, ginger, turmeric….) herbs(basil, parsley…and many others) , fruits a lot with oatmeal, quinoa ,nuts(peanuts,almonds..),peanut butter, boiled veggies the more the better(potatoes, broccoli, corn, beans,eggplant….) green veggies, legumes (lentils, chickpeas, beans). More cooked and boiled less fried and using a pan. Fresh veggies(carrots,tomatoes….what ever you like), meat(white meat- chicken, turkey or fish tuna or other). Dark chocolate (75-85%) 20g a day and cookie or two with your black coffee. A lots of water and lemonade without sugars. Vitamins: B complex, AD3, C, E, Omega 3, zinc and selenium ….if you have eaten too much of fiber(it happens) menthol tea and Probiotic. Eat healthy fats, but in moderation. And by healthy I mean – the less processed ones
    Sometimes you can eat bacon or red meat, bread…but not every day. If you drop too much kgs at once, eat it.Once in month or two is fine.
    The more different food you eat the better… and the more colorful plates are the better(not because it looks pretty it is because different types of vitamins and minerals..)

    General rules: Never have a large calorie deficit(-200 calories max) not starve or overeat and have a rest days when you are maintain only not being in deficit, eat more when working out a meal after lifting weight – usually some meat with bread or potatoes and some veggies(extra meal). Sleep 8-10 hours a day or at least 6..anything under 6 is a big problem. Avoid stress and drama as much as you can. Do not eat before sleeping if you are insomniac when full of food, some sleep better with on empty stomach, some better with full, see how your body function better.
    If you make a mistake, you get back on the path, do not feel guilty and hate yourself, it is just one day…even 2-5 days will not do much damage….some yes but not too much.
    When stating a new lifestyle , do it step by step..if you do it all at once it will be hard. Slow progress is better because less stress on your mind and body.
    I think that is it…in time I may find out some other things.

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