My website is a bit odd with my focus on Web design, Communication, Marketing and Dieting! But, hey that’s me. I’m now down to 183 pounds and I’ve made a major discovery! Not only does my diet seem to hinder future weight gain, meaning the dreaded weight rebound, I think it may make it very hard to go back to unhealthy eating habits? Here is the link to the Original Diet Nutritional Plan.
This may be a positive or negative, but I can’t eat fast food anymore. Everytime I do I get stomach cramps. I’ve been doing a lot of research on this and I believe it is because of a chemical called monosodium glutamate (MSG). MSG is also known as Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein, on products that want to state that they don’t contain MSG.
Well in creating this diet I never tried to make sure I continued ingesting certain preservatives. I instead just aimed to decrease my fat, cholesterol and salt intake. MSG is a sodium salt that is added to food as a flavoring agent. From all the research I’ve read, it has addictive properties that fast food restaurants love in particular. It seems that while children can easily digest it, adults lose their ability to digest it, if it is removed from their diet for a prolonged period of time.
I’ve gotten sick eating at buffets, even though all I ate was salad! However, I have had no problem so far eating at traditional restaurants. In particular Hollihan’s and Johnny Corino’s, have caused me no problem.
Passed Medical Tests with an A+
So, I also looked into some other side effects of the diet. I was checked up by a doctor and received fabulous test results and even qualified for the highest rated life insurance. So the medical tests state that my diet is a-ok!
Do you Need Cholesterol?
I then looked into negatives of consuming small amounts of cholesterol. I found their is only one negative, which is a slower sex drive. I personally feel fine in that regard as well. Being a man I don’t know how this lower cholesterol level would effect women though? I also want to repeat that I’m not a doctor, I’ve just read 14 diet nutrition books.
Do you Need Fat?
What about the fat? Do you really need to consume the daily requirements the FDA states? What you have to understand is that those stats are guidelines, not requirements. In fact consuming a 2000 calorie diet is way above the amount 95% of the world’s people should consume. I’m 6′ 3″, with a large frame and I’m only supposed to consume 1400 calories a day. The FDA also recommends no more than 65 grams of fat per day ( 2000 Calorie Diet ), while for me they recommend 40 grams of fat ( 1400 Calorie Diet ).
Based off of my own results and what I’ve read, there is no negative to consuming only 10 grams of fat, which is my average per day consumption. Low fat diets may make you tired, if you don’t consume enough easy to burn fruit and vegetable sugars and carbohydrates. But, I have more energy than ever. You also need fat to digest certain vitamins and minerals, but from what I’ve read I’m well within the guidelines of required fat intake.
What About the Salt?
Finally, my intake of salt is almost exactly what the FDA recommends. So, I definitely don’t need to worry that I’m not consuming enough salt. So, I’m very happy to announce that my diet helps you stay away from fast food restaurants all together, which should really help you keep the weight off for good. I hope you are benefiting from my totally free diet plan and if you have any questions leave them below.
Till next time…