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The Vegetarian Diet: A Weight Loss Solution

If  you have been considering Gastric Band surgery then you may also have considered several diet options.  One Option is a vegitarian diet.

It has been said that the key to a successful vegetarian diet is
planning. You must decide what you will be eating for every meal in order
to ensure that you receive the proper nutrients. Otherwise, you may end up
starving your body of the nutrients you need in order to be healthy.
A major benefit of the vegetarian diet is that it tends to involve
a healthy serving of fruits and vegetables, along with whole grains.
However, getting enough protein can be a challenge. Therefore, you might
consider adding soy to your diet, which is high in protein content.
Another important consideration is iron. You’ll need to make sure that you
eat spinach and beans in order to guarantee that you receive enough iron,
since you will not be consuming customary sources of iron such as liver and
roast beef.
You may need to supplement your diet with vitamins in order to
ensure that you receive the appropriate amount of B-12, Vitamin D, calcium,
and zinc. Otherwise, you’ll have to load up on cereals, soy milk, spinach,
and broccoli. Also, eating a vegetarian diet does not mean you have a
license to eat as many sugary foods as you want. You’ll still have to
restrict high-calorie foods.
Variety has been called the spice of life and it is also the key
to an effective vegetarian diet. You’ll need to eat an array of fruits and
vegetables. Also, if you do use dairy, be sure that you choose non-fat or
low-fat milk and cheese. Since eggs are rich in cholesterol, you should
eat them only in moderation.
Studies have shown that vegetarians tend to consume fewer calories
each day than meat-eaters. Also, the body mass index—a tool used to
measure obesity—is generally lower for vegetarians than for the population
at large. However, as a vegetarian, you will still need to pay attention
to portion control and calorie counts. Therefore, while vegetarianism may
not be a panacea for weight loss, it can certainly help in the battle
against the bulge.
However, it should be noted here that some people mistakenly look
upon vegetarianism as a quick fix. They figure that if they give up meat
for a couple of weeks, they’ll lose weight. Then, after their trial period
is over, they go back to their old eating habits. This is a bad pattern
because it encourages yo-yo dieting. If you decide to go on a vegetarian
diet, it is very important that you stick with it. Otherwise, you may be
greatly disappointed in your weight loss progress.
Vegetarianism is not for everyone. However, if you enjoy fruits
and vegetables, are non-committal about meat, and are good at planning
meals, you may want to go vegan. But if you do not fall into that
category, another diet plan may be preferable. Which diet program you
ultimately choose may depend greatly upon your personal preferences and
what kind of diet regimen you are prepared to follow over the long run.
The key to any successful diet is commitment; you must be determined to
succeed.
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