Frequently Asked Questions

Carbohydrates are not bad for our bodies, but the type and amount we consume can affect our health. Simple carbohydrates in sugary drinks and processed foods can contribute to weight gain and diabetes. Complex carbohydrates in whole grains, fruits, and vegetables provide important nutrients and fiber for good health. Eat carbohydrates in moderation, choose complex over simple carbohydrates, and maintain a balanced diet with a variety of nutrient-dense foods.

Consuming too much fat, especially saturated and trans fats, can be bad for your health and increase the risk of developing several health problems. It’s recommended to limit daily calorie intake from fat to 20-35%, with no more than 10% from saturated fat. Choosing healthy sources of fat and avoiding high-fat processed foods is important for maintaining good health.

Eating a high-protein diet doesn’t appear to harm the kidneys or liver unless there is pre-existing damage and dysfunction. It’s possible that dramatically increasing protein intake in a short timespan can lead to adverse effects on the liver and kidneys, but evidence for this is lacking. Bone health also appears to be either largely unaffected or benefited by eating more protein.

Yes, you can still eat your favourite foods and be healthy. The key is to enjoy these foods in moderation and to balance them with other healthy choices. For example, if you love pizza, you can still enjoy it as an occasional treat, but you might pair it with a side salad or a vegetable-rich soup to add more nutrients to your meal.

Well…the best way to lose weight is to create a calorie deficit by consuming fewer calories than you burn each day. You can achieve this through a compound of diet and exercise. Eating a healthy and balanced diet that is rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins can help you feel full and satisfied while consuming fewer calories. It’s also important to engage in regular physical activity, such as brisk walking, jogging or strength training, to burn calories and build lean muscle mass.

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