List of slimming methods; What are the advantages and disadvantages of these methods?

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Today, there is a lot of debate about the types of diets that each claim to be the best, but we see that they are all nothing but brands if we look at them. Many of them are similar, many inhibit carbohydrates, and many others eliminate proteins. Except for diets where a person is not allowed to eat certain foods due to illness, all the nutrients are necessary for the body, and none of them should be eliminated from the daily routine altogether. Now, which diet can meet all the needs of a person?

Fodmap diet

Fodmap diet

This diet is rich in fermentable carbohydrates that are suitable for people with irritable bowel syndrome. The fodmap diet improves people’s quality of life with digestive problems, but note that it is not ideal for everyone, and healthy people have more harm than benefits. Remember to talk to a nutritionist about following such a diet not to aggravate your digestive problems.

 

vegan diet

If you follow a vegan diet, you know very well that there is no such thing as flavoring foods with animal fats, margarine made with it, and anything that contains gelatin. Fruits, vegetables, leafy vegetables, whole grains, nuts, seeds, and legumes will be your main foods. 7 different types of vegan diets are complicated to follow, and you may not have all the nutrition you need.

 

Banting diet

The Banting diet severely restricts carbohydrates while the body needs each food group. This diet is very similar to ketogenic, and most of the calories are provided by fat. A person consumes more protein than a ketogenic diet and is allowed to eat leafy vegetables. Also, food restrictions are very high, and a person is allowed to use four food groups.

Ketogenic diet

Ketogenic diet

A ketogenic diet reduces carbohydrates and replaces fats. It is good to have a balanced diet of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats, while in a ketogenic diet, there is no protein. This diet is not recommended for ordinary people, but it is suitable for those who have grade 1 and 2 fatty liver, diabetes, hyperlipidemia, epilepsy, migraines, etc.

 

The Nordic Diet

This diet is similar to the ketogenic diet and significantly reduces carbohydrates and increases fat intake. Reducing carbohydrate intake may initially lead to significant weight loss, but a person may have gastrointestinal problems and flu for two days.

 

Low carb or high carb diet

If your diet is high in carbohydrates, you may be overweight and have high blood sugar. If your diet is low in carbohydrates, you may experience hormonal imbalances, resistance to weight loss, and a dramatic decline in exercise performance. Keep in mind that you can eliminate excessive consumption of processed and nutrient-free carbohydrates by following a healthy diet. As a result, you can adjust your carbohydrate intake based on your body’s response.

 

HCG diet

This diet is a combination of a deficient calorie diet and an injection of HCG. The HCG diet focuses on protein, fish, and poultry and recommends eating fewer carbohydrates and milk. It is also allowed to consume moderate amounts of vegetables and fruits. Calorie intake reaches 500 to 800 calories per day, but is there such a thing ?! In this diet, the exciting thing is that if you wanted to drink milk, you could only use one tablespoon every 24 hours.

 

Low protein or high protein diet

A low-protein gym requires you to reduce your protein intake in your diet, and usually, such diets contain only 4 to 8% of their calories from protein. At the same time, the average person needs 10 to 15% of calories per day. Protein consumption is essential for the body, and if a person is deficient, he will face health problems and a lack of nutrients. Also, the majority of studies showed that increasing protein intake has a significant effect on appetite, metabolic rate, weight, and body composition. First, follow a low-protein or high-protein diet, pay attention to your goal and body condition, and consult a specialist.

 

Weight Watchers Diet

This diet leads the members to a diet pattern with fewer calories, saturated fat and sugar, and higher protein. Like Dr. Kermani’s diet, it does not deprive people of any food, and its effort is to teach people how to choose the right food. This diet’s recommendation is to eat whole and unprocessed foods such as vegetables, fruits, and lean proteins.

After reaching the ideal weight, people continue to support themselves, making it easier to maintain a reduced weight.

 

Viking diet plan

This diet focuses on making meals consistent with each season and concentrates on quality and health. Unlike many calorie-restricted diets, the Viking diet plan has nothing to do with calorie restriction or carbohydrate elimination. As the name implies, it focuses on foods with local sources specific to northern Europe. Research has shown that people initially lose weight with this diet but then gain weight again in a year or two.

Meat-eating diet

Meat-eating diet

It is rich in fat and low in carbohydrates. Excessive consumption of one nutrient is very harmful to the body. For example, if one restricts oneself to eating meat, one will be deficient in many nutrients such as E and C in plants. Getting protein from meat alone (especially beef) equals a 60 percent increase in the risk of heart disease, which is in stark contrast to eating fish, skinless chicken, whole grains, fruits, vegetables, legumes, and egg protein. They lower the risk of heart disease.

 

Zone diet

This diet is designed to reduce inflammation in the body. Inflammation causes many diseases in the body, such as mild digestive problems or digestive problems up to cancer and و.

Using this diet has its own rules and includes three main meals and two snacks, while a good diet also has three snacks so that the person does not go hungry. Following this regime is not an easy task.

 

Danish diet

This diet is deficient in calories and, in the short term, causes significant weight loss, but it is impossible to maintain weight loss. It is also tough to follow this regime. The Danish diet focuses only on high protein and has no fats or carbohydrates in the diet. This restriction goes so far that even chewing gum is forbidden in this diet.

 

Fasting diet

This diet includes periods with full-calorie restriction and no eating and courses without the limitation of eating. This diet reduces diseases such as high blood pressure and high cholesterol and helps improve health. One of the concerns of this diet is that diets will compensate when there are no dietary restrictions and calories are burned during fasting.

 

Detox diet

Detoxification tricks are usually a short-term diet designed to flush toxins out of the body. Detox diet includes fasting periods with a diet limited to fruits, vegetables, juices, and juices. Detoxification sometimes includes herbs, teas, supplements, and bowel cleansers.

 

Dopamine diet

This diet increases the hormone dopamine (happiness) in the brain. As a result, in addition to weight loss, it also boosts morale. People with bulimia nervosa may have a disorder of the dopamine pathway, which is when they encounter very likable foods.

(Sweet and fatty foods) slow down. This slow reaction potentially increases reward-seeking, including overeating. However, such a theory needs further research. It is interesting to know that all foods, especially fatty and sweet, increase dopamine and increase appetite. So be careful in consuming them and get as much as your body needs.

 

Flexitarian diet

In this diet, the person eats more plant foods and can consume a balanced amount of meat and other animal products. This diet is suitable for those who are vegetarians and also like to eat meat. There are no specific rules for eliminating foods in this diet, and the main focus is more on a diet than a diet. By following this diet, the individual’s zinc and iron stores are reduced because these minerals are best obtained from animal products.

 

GM diet

This diet is designed by General Motors and is divided into seven days. This diet also has restrictive rules for eating. For example, on the second day, you should only eat vegetables. This type of diet is boring and does not last long. One of the major drawbacks is that the diet lacks essential nutrients, and no research has shown weight loss with it.

 

 

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