It's no secret that diet along with good food choices will reward you with healthy living. But the main component of that statement is the fact that the two together work much better than each on their own do. And actually, you may have already discovered that when you do cut back on your salt, sugar and fat that you start to feel a little better, but you're really not getting into shape and dropping the pounds you expected to. That's because your metabolism is fervently working without the added boost it would be getting if you were working out as well. And if you're exercising, but not eating properly, you might notice that your energy level may still be somewhat lacking. That's because you're not getting the right nutrients to sustain an active lifestyle.
The key is to devise a workable plan for yourself that balances your diet which includes the right food choices and a satisfactory level of exercise to give you that healthy living result you're after. But with so many different diets throwing themselves at us on a constant basis, how do you know which one is right for you? Well, to help you decipher this common dilemma and give you a break from the same old diet plans, let's take a look at one of new developments in the weight loss arena to give you a fresh, new option.
One of the hottest diets to enter the scene and that is rapidly growing in popularity across Europe is the Glycemic Impact (GI) Diet. This diet includes foods that will get you well on your way to healthy living. It incorporates food choices that are designed to work together to give you more energy while you lose weight. It's also said to be great for stabilizing blood sugar so that you do not experience those highs and lows that result from eating foods with a high sugar content. The strategy behind it is that it combines lean proteins and unrefined complex carbohydrates with healthy fats to speed up your metabolism as it slows down digestion to help you to feel fuller longer. Many of the food choices included in this diet are probably things you're already eating:
o Grilled Chicken
o Roast Turkey
o Broiled Fish
o Eggs (Florentine even!)
The GI Diet is actually one that is so seemingly nutritious and delicious, you could easily incorporate these foods into your daily life, for the rest of your life and achieve that level of healthy living you desire. There's a wide variation of tasty recipes that you could create just from the items on this list alone.
And do not forget to exercise at least 3 times a week for a minimum of 30 minutes to help you achieve the best results. So now that you have some good information on this new plan, you can weigh the pros against the cons …