What Are the Best Foods to Eat While Dieting?



Well, for anyone who has read my articles, you will know that I will say without a shadow of a doubt that the answer to the question above will be to eat what comprises of the Mucus-less diet.

If you ask, well what is that? It is a diet that consists of Fruits, Leafy and Root vegetables in their raw of properly cooked states.

Now, It's been said and it remains a cosmic law known all over the world, in every tribe, culture and tradition.

"You are what you eat"

Nothing says it as direct as that quote and in regards to best foods to eat for dieting, it is very true.

These days, several so called quick weight loss programs try to sell the naive, yet desperate masses seeking to lose weight on using so-called diets and supplements with the empty promises of a lasting and effective weight loss.

It turns my stomach every time some new pill or diet is hyped up as THE answer to losing weight when the truth is Whatever is not built on a proper foundation will eventually crumble!and this is very much related to dieting to lose weight.

Most fitness experts and bodybuilders atrophy and wear down prematurely as sooner or later, these muscles 'blown up' with unnatural substances have a tendency to pretty much deflate.

Taking these factors into consideration, suffice it to say that the best best foods to eat for dieting then will be what most naturally will nourish, build and at the same time cleanse the body of excess toxins and debris.

Furthermore, it really should come as no surprise that these are the same items that constitute what is known as a near panacea for many a human ailment and besides, its what several people in so-called third world countries do eat and statistics do back up the fact that in such places, there are little or no incidents of obesity, high-blood pressure, diabetes and other ailments associated with our standard American diet.

Therefore my friend, in closing, forget the oft times confusing and downright misleading diets and recipes out there promising a loss of weight.

For the best foods to eat for dieting, it is time to simply go back to the basics.

To improving and improved health

Aje

Foras Aje is an independent researcher and co-founder of BodyHealthSoul LLC. Stop by His Healthy Solutions for Weight Loss Blog today for more information on dieting good foods to eat

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