Many myths about diet and fitness world that is often misleading, though some were true. Do not let your exercise and fitness in vain as it followed a false myth. Here it is a myth and fact as quoted by Shape and So Feminine.
1. Myth: Eating at Night Make Fat
Fact: The amount of recommended daily calorie intake for adults is 1800-2000 calories, and if you want to lose weight simply subtract 500 calories per day. If your calorie intake is still less a day then allowed to eat at night. With notes, during the food calories you consume do not exceed the amount of daily caloric adequacy.
According to nutrition expert Joni Rampolla, RD, diasup calories should gradually start of the morning, afternoon, evening and night, especially when the body needs energy. Eat every two or three hours this will stabilize blood sugar levels and helps you stay satisfied and energized throughout the day. If the hunger comes at night make sure the food you eat no more or less than 200 calories.
2. Myth: Hunger is a sign That You Need Food
Fact: hunger is not always due to lack of food your body. Body usually sends hunger signals when dehydration lack of sleep or hunger due to psychological factors (stress, sad, upset, angry). If you are not drinking enough water or sleep deprivation can cause stomach feels hungry, even when it had enough to eat.
3. Myth: Make Exercise Fatigue
Fact: After exercise your body is going to be sweating and panting breath. But most people feel the exercise it gives them more energy. Explained Gina Crome, RD, regular exercise also helps fight fatigue improve sleep quality and control stress levels.
4. Myth: Exercise Takes a Lot of Time
Fact: to maintain ideal body weight remains, you are advised to exercise 20 to 40 minutes every day. If the goal to lose weight exercise should be done 45 to 60 minutes every day. But you do not have to exercise for it in one session. You can divide it into 10 minutes each session. For example, ran for 10 minutes in the morning up and down stairs 15 minutes on the sidelines of office hours a brisk walk in the afternoon 10 minutes and spinning 20 minutes at night. If sporting activities are divided of course fatigue would not be so perceived.
5. Myth: When Diet, Avoid Eating Red Meat
Fact: In the correct amount of consumption, red meat such as beef or lamb is actually a source of protein and iron are good. But there is a need to consider when taking them. Choose the meat such as sirloin or rib area near the thinly sliced, and remove the fat portions. Try to control the portions, the meat should be consumed no more than once a week.
6. Myth: The amount of sweat discharge Determining the Number of Calories Wasted
Fact: There is no correlation between sweat and weight loss. When out of sweat, meaning your body is working to cool the temperature itself. Sweat also means a sign that your body is removing toxins and substances that are not needed by the body. Not just calories.
Every person has the levels of different sweat. There is an easy to sweat, some are not. So, do not worry if you only spend a little sweat while exercising at the gym. You do not need to exercise too hard just to sweat. In weight loss programs, the important thing is to choose the type of exercise best suits your lifestyle, your schedule and physical condition.
7. Myth: Longer duration of exercise, will result Faster
No doubt that the duration of the exercise is very influential on the desired results. But if you want faster results, it is not enough just to rely on a long workout in the gym. Fitness must be programmed and well-planned and follow a strict schedule in order to get optimal results. If your goal workout in the gym to lose weight, the more calories you burn, weight loss would be reduced more quickly.