Myth 1: Cutting down on carbohydrate is the key to Weight Loss
Fact: Carbohydrate is an essential component of food required by the body for many essentials functions. Low carb diet may show some weight loss effect in the beginning but continued use of low carb diet is neither possible nor recommended
Myth 2: Skipping breakfast or dieting as a whole is the best solution
Fact: Breakfast is the most important meal of day. It kick starts your metabolism for the whole day. If you skip breakfast or go for dieting, your body goes into starvation mode which simply means that it starts storing fat for future use. In such situations, a majority of people start gaining weight instead of losing weight. The weighing scale reading during dieting is usually an indicator of body’s lost fluid or water loss.
Myth 3: Fat loss means compromising on taste
Fact: No way. In fact you may explore a variety of low fat foods that are not only healthy but also tastier than your regular food. All you need to do is spend some time on the internet and explore some of the most common highly recommended tasty food for weight loss.
Myth 4:Rice is fattening
Fact: It depends upon the method of cooking the overall calorie that you consume. If you top your food with calorie rich seasonings, butter, ghee, margarine or regular mayonnaise, then obviously you will be fatter by eating such food. Here the culprits is additional items that you add to rice not the rice itself. The trick is to go for healthy vegetable options.Adding a lot of green leafy vegetable will add taste to rice and will satisfy your taste buds as well.