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- Best Diet Balancing Tips
1. Recognize the problem: A trusted family
members or other individual you believe in can be helpful in making
sure that needed care or rehabilitation are received.
2. Moderate exercise is crucial: for both successful weight loss or
for those suffering from anorexia and bulimia. Not only does it help
burn excess calories, but by increasing your physical activity you
can modify the way your brain regulates hunger, making you less
susceptible to food cravings and can increase hormones in order to
stabilize mood or anxiety disorders . If exercise is done
excessively, in the case of anorexia and bulimia, encouragement of
healthy but not excessive exercise is the specific goal in this
3 Vitamin Therapy: is a good way to help your body regulate what you
may not be getting through your diet or what you are losing through
purging and abuse. A good daily multivitamin is the best start.
4. Drink Plenty of Water: Not only will you loss water as you
exercise, drinking water makes you feel full, therefore, not as much
room for food.
5. Portion Control: Eat portions to satisfy hunger, not to clean the
plate. By dinner, if you have complex carbs (potatoes, yams, brown
rice…) with your meal; it should be no more than a cup full. Half of
your plate should be vegetable. The meat, fish, chicken portion
should be the size of your fist. Portion control is the secret to a
healthy weight! Avoid coffee, sugar, alcohol.
.6 Believe: Your belief system has everything to do with the mental
and spiritual aspects of any eating disorder. Fight anxiety with
relaxation exercises rather than food. Utilize meditation, yoga,
stretching. By creating healthy eating habits and regular exercise,
you are sure to lose weight without depriving yourself of nourishing
food. And if you continue those good habits after you reach your
goal, you will have an excellent chance of maintaining your desired
weight and see it more as maintaining a lifestyle as opposed to a
7. Sleep Well: Good quality sleep is important, especially when you
are trying to loss weight or recover from anorexia or bulimia. It is
most important to go to sleep with a "Quiet Mind". Sleep rejuvenates,
detoxes and regulates the body.
- Andrew Paycheck