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Proper diet
Diets fail mainly for two reasons:

- Restrict too many foods that you eat;

- Make you feel like you have not put anything in his stomach.

In both cases, usually not long after giving up a chocolate cookie crumbs in the corners of the mouth.

None of these problems will not sabotage your efforts if you follow some very simple rules. If you want to tighten your belt, put enough protein in your diet - about 25% of daily caloric intake. Protein makes you feel full and helps to build muscle, which in turn speeds up the metabolism, making weight loss much easier. An important fact is that high protein diets have proven to be the best way to attack the belly fat.

Take enough fat - about 30% of daily caloric intake. Fat helps to feel full between meals. They provide essential fatty acids necessary for optimal health. Fats give you the feeling that you eat real food, not hungry, making unnecessary sacrifices.

If you take enough protein and fat, total calories you will care for itself. As you will feel full, you will not be tempted by crisps packets that fatal change the number of calories you eat during the day. The remaining 45 percent calories a day in this term come from carbohydrates - enough to supply your palate full range of tastes and your body a combination of fast and slow degradable fuel.

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