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The Best diet plans for women:Choosing the best diet for your body shape
The Best Diet for your Body Shape
Let's say that each of us has a best diet plan of his own! Each woman have a different body type, which have different needs and calorie requirements from other women. There are also other factors that determine the best diet plan you should follow, such as the your state of health and eating habits.
1) For the Wide Top and Smaller Bottom or Apple Shaped Body (central obesity):
Fat is mainly in the trunk, shoulders and arms. It's best to include excercising in your diet plan and make sure you are drinking enough fluids.
The best diet plan for you:
This diet recipe is not my own suggestion but you can think of it as an example what your diet could look like.
- A glass of orange or lemon juice (sugar free)
- 2 Loaves of bread or toast.
- A boiled egg.
- Salad, fruits.
- A meat stick, grilled chicken or 2 eggs or maybe a dish of rice.
- Boiled vegetables. Or you can eat them raw if you want!
- A meat or fish stick.
In between meals, you can eat any fruits or vegetables you like or maybe low fat yogurt. Try to eliminate sugar from your food as much as you can.
The idea about vegetables and fruits that they are rich in fibers. And these fibers absorb water and distend inside your stomach making you feel satisfied and full for hours.
The Best Diet for Pear Shaped Obesity (wider bottom)
The above diet is great, too. We will add exercising and specially running (or walking) as you need to burn fat in this area. Diet experts say that tea and hot chocolate as well as all natural fruit juice is good for you. Remember to avoid excess sugars. You can also use a weight loss machine, treadmills, cycles and crosstrainers to help you burn those calories.
Diet Plans for Rounded Body Type (obese allover):
This type occurs more in housewives who stay at home and eat a lot without practicing or exercising. It is very important to motivate yourself to exercise and do some activities. Find a friend or a group to encourage you and help you keep committed to the diet plan and the work out times.
I know that resisting all the delicious foods you make are not that easy but you should always remember that you have a goal to achieve (which is to have a healthier and a more beautiful body!) and try to stick to the diet as you can.
Try to avoid fatty meals and sugars. Focus on law fat products and grilled meat. Fish is great as it contains essential fatty acids that are great for your health, nervous system and immunity.
Walking 3-5 times every week in the open air really helps you burn calories, get some fresh air into your body and reduce stress.
Snacks: If you are hungry between meals and you have to eat something, make it an apple, a banana or just any type of fruit or vegetables you like as they contain fibers that are great to fill up the space in this hungry stomach!
Drinking enough water (6-8 glasses) is also important for you and your body.
Finally: This hub is for educational purpose only. It is highly recommended that you discuss your diet plan with your doctor or someone who is specialized because as I said, each individual needs a special diet to fit his body needs.