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Diet Management During Treatment

Diet and weight management are essential for long-term health benefits and reducing the risk of diseases. Contrary to popular belief, a diet isn't about deprivation—it's about enjoying balanced meals that satisfy and nourish.

Diet and weight management are essential for long-term health benefits and reducing the risk of diseases. Contrary to popular belief, a diet isn't about deprivation—it's about enjoying balanced meals that satisfy and nourish.

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Understanding Calories

Everyone is familiar with the term "calories," but what exactly are they, and how do they impact our weight?

Calories aren't solely about weight loss—they're relevant for everyone's health. Our dietary choices determine our calorie intake, whether from fats, proteins, or carbohydrates. By understanding and managing calorie intake, we empower ourselves to make healthier lifestyle choices that benefit our bodies in the long run.

Also known as kilocalories or kcal, calories are frequently listed on food packaging. Monitoring calorie intake is vital as excessive consumption can lead to weight gain, with surplus energy stored as fat cells in the body. Being aware of calorie content helps maintain a healthy weight and overall wellness.

How many calories should I be eating to lose weight?

The NHS and government provide daily recommended calorie intake and guidelines for fats, carbohydrates, sugars, salts, and protein to support a balanced diet.

Being mindful and actively tracking your calorie intake is crucial. Consuming just 200-300 extra calories daily can lead to the accumulation of excess energy in your body, often stored as fat.

Calories
1,500
Fat
<70g
Saturates
<20g
Carbohydrates
260g
Total Sugars
90g
Protein
50g
Salt
<6g

Exploring Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent fasting has gained traction in recent years, with various diet plans endorsed by celebrities. But what exactly is it?Fasting involves restricting or abstaining from food intake, a practice rooted in religious traditions and used in nutrition to manage calorie consumption.


Intermittent fasting entails cycling between eating periods and fasting or restriction. Methods vary, from fasting daily for certain hours to fasting for entire days per week.

6/8 Method

Fast for 16 hours daily, then eat within an eight-hour window. Enjoy flexibility in setting fasting and eating periods, with only zero-calorie beverages allowed during fasting.

Eat/Stop/Eat

Eat normally most days, but incorporate one or two 24-hour fasting periods weekly. Abstain from all calories during fasting, relying on water or non-caloric beverages.

The 5:2 Diet

The most well-known intermittent fasting method is the "5:2 diet." This plan involves eating normally for five days a week and restricting calorie intake to 500-600 calories on the remaining two days. Unlike the eat/stop/eat method, you reduce food intake by 75% on these two days, lowering your weekly calorie intake by approximately 3000 calories.

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