Diets

What does a diet mean?
It has to be considered a life style. The food you eat ccan be considered a powerful drug which can resolve a number of diseases, or without the right advice and knowledge could make your disease or speciific problem worse. It depends how we use the food we do consume.

Most people upon discovering they are overweight, have a natural inclination to eat less food. We may skip lunch or eat only a tiny amount of our dinner in the hope that if we eat less our body will burn off some of this fat.
This is not necessarily true. Eating less actually makes it more difficult to lose weight.Losing weight is not something one can do overnight. A carefully planned weight loss program requires common sense and certain guidelines. Unfortunately, there's a lot of misinformation floating around and lots of desperate people are easily duped and ripped off.

A personalised diet (it is studied by a doctor for a subject and it works only for that person) helps you to:

  • Boost energy, vitality and better mental focus
  • Prevent diseases
  • Contrast ageing
  • Loose weight safely and permanently
  • Increase lean muscle tone
  • Maintain a healthy and balanced diet

A healthy and durable weight loss must be achieved progressively, step by step.

During your first "consultation" the doctor will examine you, will make some tests like plicometry and impedenziometry, and provide a specific calory intake which will allow you to lose weight down to a stable level.
If you are seriously overweight you may have to come back to the doctor several times before you reach your desired weight, and once that new weight is satisfactory, you have to complete the treatment with a maintenance diet, which help you to live in your new weight!

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