1. Myth: Avoid eating or skipping meals to lose weight fast serves. TRUTH: Wrong and wrong way. It seems logical, as a consequence, "the calories you eat less, lose more weight, but that's not true. The effect is the opposite of what you expect. The diets were based on the fact that if you burn more calories than you consume, your body will start burning fat. While this is true, if you expect to lose weight effectively, you need to maintain regular eating habits, especially breakfast.
Depriving your body of fuel and nutrients cause the body to go into survival mode, when this happens your metabolism slows down so you can consume little or no food. Once your metabolism slows down, it will be very expensive to do back at their own pace and everything you eat will make you gain more weight. This can be a vicious circle difficult to break. Moreover, by skipping meals can make you feel weak and have devastating effects on your cholesterol levels, and may be extremely dangerous for diabetics. In short, rapid and drastic diets are a form of self-sabotage best avoided.
Even better is to eat frequently, and moderate. This will make you feel less hungry throughout the day and cause an effect on satiety. 2. Myth: Starches are fattening TRUTH: False and unsafe On the one hand, it is quite difficult to completely avoid starches, since they are an important component in the pasta, grains, fruits, potatoes, corn and rice.