213-Diet Pyramid for Successful Weight Loss
Set your priorities correctly if you plan to lose weight properly. This is Addendum One to the 213-Diet. The Material in this addendum is enough to accomplish successful and maintainable weight loss in a healthy manner. There is more information in the 213-Diet book but not necessary. By following the basics provided here a person can have successful weight loss that is maintainable for life. More
This is Addendum One of the 213-Diet. Addendum One of the 213-Diet adds the 213-Diet Pyramid for Successful Weight Loss. While I improve the dieting process to make it useful to most everyone with their weight control journey, I struggled with creating a visual diagram to simplify the process required to accomplishing successful weight loss. This is it! This diagram sets the order of precedence toward losing weight that is maintainable and being more healthy.
The concept of the pyramid is in that each layer below supports the layer above and the base supports all the layers above. When the base fails (lifestyle), the whole system fails, if a layer fails, the layers above that layer also fail. One can have some success with losing weight without following this 213-Diet pyramid scheme but failure will likely ensue.
The Layers of the Pyramid:
1 - The Lifestyle: Lifestyle is the way a person lives and their daily transactions. A person’s lifestyle is the primary factor in weight control and health. Every effort to lose weight must be adopted into a person’s lifestyle.
2 - The Habits of Weight-gain and Unhealthiness: Habits are the largest part of a person’s life that create weight gain and hinder weight loss.
3 – Toxins, and Altered or Created Substances: Toxins, substances, and altered organic foods are the primary cause of over indulgence and an ineffective metabolism. This is the secret to weight loss. There is big industry in people eating more and making them engulf food uncontrollably. Over a trillion dollars every year in transactions is due to bad food and toxins; excess eating, bogus, supplements, weight programs, medical related health issues, related surgery and related deaths.
4 - Sugars and Starches: Processed sugars and starches are the primary cause of obesity.
5 - Portion Control: Portion control refers to the ability to restrict the quantity consumed of food deemed valuable as fuel or building blocks, not referring to actual quality. It must be clearly stated that consuming less of certain particular items will result in less desire to consume excess food.
6 - Protein Control: Protein is the magic to weight control. It is needed to build a person big, either more muscular and or more fat, and it is needed to rebuild back to small.
7 - Physical Activities: Physical activity is referred to as the normal activity of the human body to stimulate the organs to maintain their functions in a healthy manner.
8 - Sleep: The human body has been proven to require sleep. The amount of sleep on most reputable studies indicates this amount to be at least 7 hours. 8 hours of sleep being optimal.
9 - Stress and Mental Health: Controlling stress and having a clear mind to focus on weight control is critical to reaching and maintaining your goals.
10 - Water: Water is important for cell existence, metabolic reactions, transport of nutrients, body temperature regulation, and the elimination of waste and toxins. Water is extremely important to health and a good metabolism required for quality weight loss. Losing water is not weight loss!
11 - Oxygen: Oxygen makes up about 65% of the human body mass; it is followed by carbon at 18% and hydrogen at 12%. Most of this oxygen is in the form of water. Oxygen intake from breathing is extremely important to the metabolism, organ function, and using (burning) fuel within the body.
12 - Vitamins and Minerals: Vitamins are a group of organic substances that are essential, in small quantities, for the normal functioning of metabolism in the body. Minerals are the essential minerals required for proper metabolism and the functions of the body.
13 - Exercise: Exercise is physical activity that is planned, structured, and repetitive for the purpose of losing weight and or gaining muscle.
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