Dieting For Your Health – The Health Benefits Of A Nutritionally Balanced Diet

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Posted March 8, 2012 by LSloane in Nature's Nutrition
Healthy Eating

In this article we examine dieting for your health. Discover why dieting is good for your health, body and mind. Dieting is among one of the largest issues in this era with much media being publicised regarding the benefits of dieting . We know that maintaining a nutritious and healthy diet is good for our waistline, but how much do we actually know about the specific health benefits of dieting?

Dieting For Your Health – The Benefits

The benefits of following a healthy and nutritious diet:

  • Lowers a person’s cholesterol.
  • Builds a stronger immune system.
  • Lowers blood pressure.
  • Has a significant effect blood glucose valves.
  • Helps prevent arthritis.
  • Fights against heart disease.
  • Helps prevent cancer.
  • Increases life expectancy.
  • Increases energy.
  • Increases self-esteem.
  • Helps you deal with stress.
  • Keeps skin healthy and improves complexion.

It is clear that dieting for your health is important. There is a huge array of benefits to dieting for your health. On the flip side however, if taken too far, a diet programme that is too intensive will have an effect on your immune system and particularly if combined with excessive exercise, could cause fatigue and weakness. If you are dieting for your health it is important that you establish a healthy nutritional balance in your diet.

How To Lose Weight

Losing weight is not a battle, it is a war.

A weight loss plan has to be tailored for each individual. One thing is for sure; whatever plan a person embarks on it must be nutritionally balanced. There is simple mathematics in play: if you use more calories than you consume then weight loss is inevitable. Burning more calories is simple; not only is a nutritional, low fat diet important but exercise is also the key. Combine both and you have the magic formula. Losing weight is a procedure that shouldn’t be rushed or taken to the extreme, the slower you lose weight the longer you will keep it off. It is hard work losing weight, a nutritional dieting plan and exercise is not enough, it requires motivation, self-discipline and will power to see it through.

Did you enjoy this article? Have you experiences in this topic that you would like to share with us. If so, we’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.

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    Pat F

    Exercise made a difference for me, I was on a low carb diet and quite dissappointed with the results until my friend dragged me to Zumba 3 nights a week, the results are just getting better and better




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    Mary Peterson

    I think low carb diets and those other faddy diets are dangerous. I think dieting is good for your health like the article says, but they have to be nutritionally balanced diets. You know yourself cut out the take aways, cut out the fat and sugar and you’re half way there. But this article is right, without exercise many people won’t burn the amount of calories they eat.




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    Mary Peterson

    Have you read the article on here about supplementing your food plan to lose weight? I didn’t know adding certain foods into your cooking can increase metabolism and help burn fat. My husband is a spice nut, he’ll love it if I add chilli’s and cayenne pepper to all our meals. Although I would draw the line at green tea… yeuch!





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