How to look good without looking fat
The best way to avoid looking fat is to eat a healthy diet and eat a high-protein diet.
That’s according to Dr. Paul Stamets, the director of the Mayo Clinic’s Mayo Clinic Weight Management Center.
Stamets’ research shows that the average person can maintain a healthy weight by eating less than 25% of calories from fat and by avoiding a lot of sugars, saturated fats, trans fats and cholesterol.
The best diet for a healthy waist and healthy heart is a combination of low fat, moderate protein, moderate carbs and moderate amounts of fiber.
That combination is also recommended by Dr. Gary Taubes, author of “How to Live Well on a Budget.”
Taubes recommends limiting sodium to less than 2,500 milligrams per day and to no more than 1,300 milligram per day.
He says that’s the average recommended amount of sodium in the United States, and that’s how the Mayo clinic recommends eating.
But the American Heart Association says a person should have a daily intake of at least 4,000 milligrainths (mg) of sodium.
The American Diabetes Association recommends no more then 1,000 mg sodium a day.
The most important thing to remember is that eating healthy is easy and it’s not hard.
Stamet says to avoid the extremes of being obese and overweight.
He suggests that people who want to lose weight or lose fat have a balanced diet with lots of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, low-fat dairy, and lean meats and poultry.
He also recommends that people with a body mass index (BMI) of 25 or more have a good diet.