How do you do the fat loss for idiots diet?

What foods should I eat and when?
I know that I need to calorie shift, but I am 14 and I’m a girl so I don’t know what foods to eat. No, I don’t like cottage cheese or yogurt.

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4 Responses to “How do you do the fat loss for idiots diet?”

  1. Jason said:

    Don’t worry about calories. Caloric science is flawed for several reasons.
    1. It assumes 100% absorption (we all absorb and excrete different amounts.)
    2. It assumes that the amount of energy released by combustion (burning) in a lab is the same amount of energy released when broken down enzymatically in the gut.
    3. People in China eat 25-40% more calories than the average american but they have much less obesity.
    4. Correlation does not prove causation. Heavy people eat more calories. did the calories make them fat or does the fat make them need more calories? Maybe they’re both symptoms of a deeper problem.

    Our obsession with calories leads us to eat less-natural foods because the have less calories. We are misinformed about food in order to sell us products.

    Balance and moderation are the keys to good health; now and for the rest of your life.

    Asian cultures long ago figured out how we should be eating. Don’t go hungry! That puts your body into starvation mode, slows your metabolism, and causes your body to hold on to fat. You should aim to lose 1-3 pounds per week.

    What you need to do is eat simple and natural foods. If you eat like the Asians, you will look like the Asians (thin); when they eat like us, they look like us (not thin). You don’t have to eat Asian food, just follow the principles that these cultures have arrived at after thousands of years of experimentation, observation, and documentation.

    Eat mostly vegetables, mostly cooked (salads and cold and raw foods slow digestion and metabolism), mostly fresh and local, a little bit of meat, no dairy, simple and natural foods (more rice, less bread and pasta). The simpler the food, the more-efficiently we can digest it, hence the faster our metabolism.

    Don’t worry about calories, fat, carbs, or any other component of food. In Asia, they look at the whole food. Avoid processed foods and anything labeled “diet”. Sugar substitutes slow the metabolism and increase appetite.

    “The Asian Diet: simple secrets for eating right, losing weight and being well” by Bussell explains the diet and the principles.
    “The Asian Diet: get slim and stay slim the Asian way” by Tran has recipes that adhere to the principles.
    “The China Study” by Campbell has the science behind the principles.

    Good luck. You also should get some exercise every day, and don’t always do the same exercises but mix it up. You don’t need to go to the gym, you can do push-ups, sit-ups, deep-knee bends, jumping jacks, and other calisthenics at home with no equipment. One minute is better than none, start small and work your way up.

    Follow the principles of balance and moderation and you’ll be fine.
    Source(s):
    http://www.theasiandiet.com
    http://www.thechinastudy.com
    http://www.acfom.blogspot.com

  2. Brewmaster D said:

    Think less about what you eat, and more about how *much* of it you’re eating. If you look at your meals this way, you’ll hardly have anything to eat if you eat 400 calories at mcdonalds, whereas 400 calories of healthy foods (salad w/fat-free dressing, lean meats like turkey, tuna, etc., brown rice or oats), you’ll find you can eat a lot more and feel full while taking in less calories.

    and don’t listen to the previous poster…ECGC, the “fat-burning” compound in green tea, isn’t some magic potion. If anything, drink green tea in place of sodas or coffee while watching your overall calorie intake…dieting is pretty simple if you take it back to basics.

  3. Joliber Mapiles said:

    try fat burning foods like apple, grapes, mustard, and spinach.. and the likes..

  4. Jimmy E said:




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