3. “with this high number of calories can not be removed.” Often the daily requirement for men is 2,500 kcal and for women 2,000 kcal. In a supposed daily requirement of 2,500 kcal, the energy deficit is here so 650 kcal. The energy deficit per week should a total maximum of 3,500 kcal be, corresponding to half a pound of body fat. Complications of various kinds can occur in a larger energy deficit. 4. “the percentage of KH / F / P is too high / too low.” From the merely ideological, i.e.
from the unscientific or anti-scientific endorsement or rejection of – depending – KH / F / P aside: many people with 40% calorie ratio KH, 40% F and % 20 P cope. The absolute proportion of P per day should be but usually 8 g and 1, 2 g per kg of body weight between 0, I.e. with a weight of 80 kg between 64 and 96 grams. 5. “the distinction of KH / F / P is far too inaccurate.” That’s true – and taken into account also in this plan. There are sugars and complex carbohydrates.
There are saturated, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated (essential) fatty acids. There are essential and non-essential amino acids. For example, sugar should be avoided where possible, and the fatty acids should mainly be unsaturated. Consumers should pay attention to accurate nutritional information and also not resign themselves to an inaccurate information policy. 6 the body “needs also vitamins, minerals, fiber, etc.” That’s true – and was also considered in this plan. Dietary supplements are a topic for itself. 7 “sport is also important.” That’s right finally not actually dealing with loss of weight, but of excess body fat, especially belly fat. Bones and muscles should not fade but be strengthened. But sport is also a topic for itself. 8 “eggs raise cholesterol levels.” Experience has shown that eggs can reduce cholesterol levels even. Here is worth the self-test: can be for example in a pharmacy currently and after three months with daily egg consumption measure cholesterol levels. 9 the diet “according to this plan is unfit for human consumption.” Tastes are different – and are subject to change. Experience has shown that results in a permanent Oversupply of salt and sugar to the dulling of the sense of taste and especially of the sense of saturation. I.e. it is almost only still verzuckertes and versalzenes food as “tasty” perceived and therefore prefers, and on top of that this verzuckerte and versalzene food is consumed in abundance. The body is excess fat this, quite apart from other negative consequences of the permanent overdose of salt and sugar. However the change leads to a normal diet usually also to a change in taste, away from salt and sugar bombs to fruit and vegetables. 10 “lunch must / I want to eat at the Office.” Specifically, the lunch is easily portable with this plan. 11 “eating healthy is expensive, purchasing and preparation are very cumbersome and time consuming.” It is probably more expensive and sophisticated to eat at the nearest fast-food provider, but according to this plan to feed. And about the different costs of the different impact on health and Well-being is only right not to look. Finally: Must get nutrition myths confuse, nor one must defend his overweight with the note that many food ideologies contradict. Instead, you can use the largely excellent opportunities to learn about healthy eating and to Orient. Fr. Rolf Hermann Lingen