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Then I end up eating more, which has resulted in about a 10-pound weight gain over the past year or so. And no, it wasn’t muscle.
That’s why, Dr Giles Yeo an obesity expert form The Observer, encourages us to love our foods.
Giles Yeo: ‘Love your food but don’t eat quite as much of it as you want’ The obesity expert and author of Gene Eating on fad diets, the magic of miso and why he can’t say no to pork scratchings Dr. Giles Yeo arrives for lunch in Cambridge by bike from his research lab at Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
In a corner of the Oak Bistro, he exchanges his clip-clop cycling shoes for a pair of sandals, hangs his fluorescent jacket on a peg, and explains to me the heart monitor that – if he keeps it above a certain daily level – saves him £250 a year on his life insurance.
“Their goal and my goal are aligned – neither of us wants them to pay out” Yeo, 45, is the scientific director of a group studying the effects of genetics on food intake and a pioneer in studies of the cause of obesity.
He is, grinning at the prospect of lunch, a somewhat daunting picture of health. I’m eager to see what he is going to order.
His well-timed new book, Gene Eating, debunks much of what we might have taken as read about diet and dieting.
Because once you’ll choose your foods as your number one medicine you will keep in mind the following advise:
Healthy Diet Tips: 5 Things To Keep In Mind For Healthy Weight Loss If you are on a weight loss spree, then it is important for you to maintain a balanced diet and healthy exercise routine.
You must set realistic goals to shed kilos that you can achieve in the weeks and months to come.
Do not pressurize or stress yourself in order to achieve those goals, because when it comes to weight loss, it should be slow and in a healthy way, without disrupting your body and health.
According to Health Practitioner, Nutritionist and certified Macrobiotic Health Coach, Shilpa Arora ND, one must aim to lose weight in a healthy way.
Crash diets and fad diets are very temporary and do not give results that can stick for long-term.
Therefore, set your goals on losing about one kilogram of weight a week, because more than that you’ll be losing not just your fat but your muscle as well.
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