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Transcript of Fad Diets
What foods to eat
What not to comsume
When to eat
How much to eat Be cautious when partaking
in fad diets due to the extreme food restrictions.
Eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly are the healthiest ways to lose weight, and keep it off. put the body at risk for disease and illness
inadequate amount of vitamins, minerals, and proteins.
lack of energy
lack of fluids in the body can lead to the state dehydration
gain the weight or more weight back Cons of fad diets: Fad diet examples: Can’t drink anything but water
Up to one ounce of chocolate at night with some popcorn as a snack
Pasta for lunch and dinner Only drink carbonated or mineral water
Fruit and shredded wheat for breakfast
Morning snack of popcorn and fruit
Pasta for lunch and dinner
Afternoon snack of popcorn, fruit, and vegetables
Night time snack of popcorn and chocolate Day 1- Soup and fruit
Day 2- Soup and vegetables
Day 3- Soup, fruits, and vegetables
Day 4- Soup, bananas, and fruit
Day 5- Soup, beef, and tomatoes
Day 6- Soup, beef, and vegetables
Day 7- Soup, brown rice, fruit juices, vegetables 40% of calories from carbs, 30% from protein, and 30% from fats. Breakfast- Egg, coffee, and grapefruit
Snack- Cracker, cheese, and coffee
Lunch- Tuna, celery, and coffee
Dinner- 3oz. chicken or fish, broccoli, and coffee
Results- Lose 1-2 pounds Day 1- Fruit
Day 2- Vegetables
Day 3- Fruit and vegetables
Day 4- 5 bananas and 5 glasses of milk
Day 5- 4 3oz beef/chicken/fish steaks and vegetables
Day 6 and 7- 4 3oz beef steaks and vegetable In lemonade-
Water 160oz of lemonade per day Morning-
Drink saltwater Night-
laxative tea Energy Drinks Beverages intended to increase energy and make you more alert.
Anais Fournier, 14 years old, died after drinking two 24oz Monsters.
Autopsy report stated “cardiac arrhythmia due to caffeine toxicity.”
In 2004, 5 deaths linked to Monster.
Emergency room visits due to energy drinks increased ten-fold between 2005 and 2009. Works Cited:
http://www.screamingenergy.com/ What's in Energy Drinks Caffiene- Gold star in energy boost. Caffiene and Taurine together provide mental and physical boost.
More study needed to decide if healthy combo.
Taurine- amino acid, enhance neurological function, naturally found in fish & meats, Regulates water and mineral salts in blood
Vitamin B Group- enhance muscular, metabolic nervous and other metabolic systems. amount differs. water-soluable Recommended daily caffeine:
71mg of caffeine per 12oz
Amount in one energy drink:
160mg to 500mg of caffeine (per serving) Energy Drinks:Fatal? Watch out for: Weight gain- high sugar and calorie level, lead to obesity, don't include in daily diet
Cardiovascular problems- irregular heart beat & high blood pressure, even heart failure
Psychological hindrances- decrease ability to function, nervousness, irritability, anxiety, & insomnia
Potential metabolic issues- body in overdrive produce stress hormones to cope with encumbering amount of vitamins and additives to metabolize causes
Dependance- addictive, withdrawl symptoms headaches & mood swings Energy Drink Examples Price- $1.50
Sodium- 30mg Only one type of the many different kinds of monsters Price-$1.99
Sodium- 200mg Red bull Price- $1.99
Sodium: 130mg Eddie Van Halen
Master Cleanse Diet
Eliminates toxins from body
Already had colon problems
Fixed in surgery Rockstar Energy drink There are better ways to lose weight than fad diets
Most people gain the weight, or even more weight back
Have negative affects on the body Conclusion Price: $1:99
Sodium: 70mg Amp energy drink Price: $2.99
Size: 2.0 oz
Sodium: 10mg 5 hour energy All in all...
You should not drink energy drinks often.
Though some aren't entirely bad, excessive amounts of Energy Drinks are, in the long run, always bad one way or another. Works Cited:
http://www.wisegeek.com/what-are-fad-diets.htm Probably the best choice