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Diet Food Delivery - 3 Benefits You May Not Know About

Considering diet food delivery to lose weight? Getting your diet meals delivered saves you time and helps you to lose weight in the comfort and privacy of your own home.

You'll be slim and looking incredible in a short time - and people won't even know you're "dieting".

But there are also added benefits most people don't know about when thinking about diet food delivery. Here are 3 added benefits you may not know about!

#1 You Save Money

We all know that food prices are going up. Food inflation is a hot topic these days as grocery prices are increasing sometimes up to 50%! And unfortunately experts are predicting even more food inflation in the second half of this year.

But when you try a diet food delivery service, you can actually end up saving money on your food. For example, one very popular diet delivery service starts around $17.85 per day.

Another one comes in around $25 a day - for 3 meals and a snack. And we're talking complete meals here. That's a lot less than most people spend on one meal out!

One of the main reasons for this is that some of these services are so large, they order food in bulk and get bulk discounts. So they pass these savings on to you.

So you may find that not only does diet meal delivery help you slim down quickly, but it also saves you money on food too.

#2 You Won't Feel Tempted To Sabotage Your Diet

One of the main reasons people struggle with diets is that they feel deprived. There's nothing like eating a few meals of cardboard-tasting food to make you throw in the towel. We humans don't do well with deprivation. But we thrive on getting pampered.

And that's exactly what most diet food delivery services specialize in - making you feel pampered. Imagine sitting down to a dinner of Baked Atlantic Salmon, stuffed baked potato, baby carrots and pineapple crisp or Chicken Cordon Bleu with brown rice, mixed vegetables and a side of haricots verts - with chocolate swirl cheesecake for dessert.

Why would you want to eat anything else? You'd feel full, satisfied, pampered - and not tempted in the least to break your "diet". (In fact you probably won't even feel like you're dieting at all!)

#3 You Can Use Diet Food Delivery To Maintain Your Weight or Eat Healthy Meals

Many people think diet meal delivery is just for losing weight. And that's certainly the main reason people try it. But did you know you can also continue to get diet food delivered to maintain your weight?

You can also get healthy meals prepared to have on hand if you're too busy to cook but still want to eat healthy and take care of yourself.

There are services that specialize in preparing diet meals as well as "healthy" meals (that have more calories than their diet meals). So if you're worried about maintaining your weight loss, it's easy to do this with a healthy meal delivery service.

Also, many times one of the reasons we gain weight is that we're just too busy to eat well. So one way around this is to use a healthy meal delivery service to have delicious, nutritious meals on hand.

So those are 3 benefits you may not know about when it comes to diet food delivery. Another thing to be aware of is that not all services are the same. In order to find the best service for you, take your time, do some research and choose a service that you feel good about using.

And then enjoy feeling decadent and pampered as you watch the weight fall off!


Forks Over Knives: The Plant-Based Way to Health

More and more, researchers are showing that plant-based diets, along with changes in our lifestyles will mean longer, healthier lives and in yet another summation, a researcher shows this to be true.

Working with some of the finest writing in the field editor Gene Stone has drawn on the works of Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, who is an advocate of a major change to a plant-based, vegan lifestyle. His research has shown that many problems that traditional medicine had considered solvable with traditional means (drugs, pills, shots) can be treated with more activity - yes a change in lifestyle on the patient's part - as well as a move to a plant-based, vegan lifestyle.

Stone has worked gone through Dr. Essential's work, as well as that of Dr. Colin Campbell, whose studies of the primarily vegetable-based diets in China show they have fewer diseases such as cancer. That is the type of disease that skyrockets when patients begin eating huge amounts of red meat. (It is true that, among other things, paleontologists have shown that men tend to be meat-eaters, however, when you look at the history of man and meat, you begin to see a corollary between the cattle industry's use of performance-enhancing drugs such as steroids to get their products to market faster and, in the meantime, the customer, faces and eats many useless drugs, for most people. There are some people who do need them, but they are a very rare minority and are monitored by physicians.)

Stone's work touches on the work of the Drs. Neal Barnard and John McDougall, who also advocate a plant-based diet, as well as changes in a patient's lifestyle (exercise is usually included) and more. The result is one of the best researched lifestyle books on the market.

This couldn't have come at a better time as more and more specialists believe that gluten-based food should also be placed on the "don't go there list" when it comes time to put together your menu for dinner.

Stone has gone through the work of these advocated of a vegan lifestyle and has come up with some very tasty dishes. His dishes range from blueberry oat breakfast muffins to sunny orange yam bisque. And, just to show there doesn't have to be chicken sitting under garlic and rosemary, one of the recipes Stone has compiled is a garlic rosemary polenta.

As if that wasn't tasty enough, it is, there's a desert based on a crisp, but this one is a raspberry-pear crisp.

Stone's work all boils down to a central point and it is the central point that researchers such as Drs. Esselstyn and Campbell have shown and that is simply that you can easily change your lifestyle from one meat-based protein to one that is plant-based and you should benefit from it.


Are You Getting the Proper Amount of Fiber in Your Daily Diet?

If you are trying to make a decision on which healthy eating plan that you will choose, then you will discover that fiber will play an important role in that plan. Studies have shown the importance of fiber in diets, but there are still many people who do not take the benefits of fiber seriously.

First and foremost, a diet that is high in fiber can help to prevent diseases such as colon cancer and heart disease. High fiber also fights cholesterol buildup in the body by binding it in the digestive tract. Fiber has also been used for thousands of years to stop constipation and we all know that regularity is very important in maintaining good health.

Fiber will also help you to not overeat. Foods that are high in fiber will take you longer to chew and digest and that will make you feel full longer and therefore you will not want to eat as much.

If you are one of those individuals who eat a lot of processed foods, then you are probably not getting enough fiber in your diet because most of them do not contain of it, so you will need to increase your daily intake.

Grains are also another good choice of food because they contain lots of fiber. Dietary fiber is actually plant matter, largely composed of cellulose that our bodies utilize to aid in our digestion.

Adults are not the only ones who need fiber in their diets as kids need it as well. Children that are over 2 tears of age should include fiber in their daily meals. Some of the more popular fiber foods for children include fruits, vegetables and fortified breakfast cereals.

In order to keep fiber moving through your digestive tract, you must make sure to drink plenty of water. Make sure that you drink at least 8 or more glasses a day and this will also help to keep your body working the way that it was designed to work.

You do not have to worry about losing the fiber content when you are cooking your fruits and vegetables as it stays in the food. Fiber is not just found in the peelings or skins of foods as it is in the food itself, so you do not lose the benefits.

There is such a thing as getting too much fiber in your body. If you consume more than 50 grams of fiber in a day, you put yourself at risk of getting diarrhea and bloating and this can interfere with your body's absorption of other key minerals so make sure that you do not over indulge.

Do not make getting the proper amount of fiber in your daily diet a complicated task. The key to getting the proper amount is to choose to eat the right foods and before you know it, you will be on your journey to a fiber rich lifestyle.

Now that you have learned that fiber is one of the key ingredients to a healthier eating lifestyle and a healthier body, take a look at your own eating habits and if you are not getting enough fiber in your daily diet, make the right choice and do something about it and do not wait until it is too late.

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