We all crave for various foodstuffs although most of them are unhealthy. But there is one thing which preempts us from doing so. It is nonetheless our dieting regimen that we are strictly following even if its too difficult to adopt and follow every second of the day. But did you know that there are dieting falsehoods? Unbelievably, after reading this shocking piece of information dieting will no longer be a part of my busy lifestyle. Of course, the much appropriate term to be describe what I ought to do this year is to eat healthy and in utmost moderation.

To eat or not to eat?

To eat or not to eat?

Let’s get down now to the basics. Primarily, it was presumed by many that this is the best way to lose weight. In some ways, yes, it is. But it is barely temporary. This was according to Christopher Gardner, an assistant professor of nutritional science at Stanford University School of Medicine. In essence, he said.

A diet won’t work if you think of it as doing a different thing for a while and then you’re going to stop doing it.

In other words, we must devise a specific dieting method that must last for a lifetime. This will all depend on our self-control. Another dieting myth goes like this. Eating small meals will boost your metabolism naturally. The truth of the matter is that all the foodstuffs that we eat do not affect our metabolism at all. Take for example a beverage which contains caffeine. It will have a minimal effect on your metabolism processes; but not on your lasting dream in losing weight. To be healthy, you need to eat regularly. It will prevent your body from being hungry all the time. If you intend to provide your body with huge gaps before you eat, this will only bring confusion to your body. In effect, unwanted cravings sets in. More so, excessive pasta will make you fat. According to new research studies, carbs do not make you fat in any way. On the other hand, extra calories are the mere culprits about this alarming health concern. Therefore, you can eat your fave pasta in moderation. Likewise, caffeine is an effective weight reducer. Theoretically, this is correct. But this is only limited to caffeinated drinks. However, if you are dying to lose weight green tea is highly recommended.

One of the most controversial dieting falsehoods is that a glass milk will make you much sexier than ever before. There were no specific studies to back this up. Lastly, health buffs must not eat after eight in the evening. This is a health myth after all. Why? According to Dr. Mary Flynn, Ph.D., a research dietician at the Miriam Hospital in Providence she says.

Your body digests and uses calories the same way morning, noon, and night.

To resolve, just eat what your body needs during nighttime. These crazy and unscientific dieting falsehoods must be subjected to further experiments to avoid the incidence of anorexia and other food related disorders that might dangerously affect your overall well-being.

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