The Real Benefits Of Moderate Exercise, Eating Fat Burning Foods And Drinking Distilled Water

Submitted by: Brian Sirman

If you really want a lean and healthy body, you need to do more than just exercise. You need to eat right. You have to consume an adequate diet that includes healthy dietary fats.

Fats are essential as they form a portion of the cell membranes that go throughout the body. If you eat healthy foods, your cellular processes will perform normally. But if you eat bad foods: those that are man made, factory processed, and chemically treated, you could experience your cellular structure breaking down from a lack of proper nutrition. Your cell structure could become impaired and your cells would have to work harder to compensate. When this happens, unfortunately, diseases may occur.

Healthy eating will assist in keeping the body well-balanced. Hormone production then becomes normal. Muscle building happens at a normally acceptable rate and fat burning occurs. The vitamins and minerals our body consumes are absorbed and used for enzyme regulation. We often don’t ingest good foods for a number of reasons. The initial reason is because eating right is can be seen as difficult to do. The store sells foods that are, of course, processed and full of junk. But they taste so good that we are tempted to buy them. The second reason is we were mislead for many years to believe that good fats (those that are natural and unprocessed) have been taken out from foods or were blended in with bad foods. And the third reason is because we’re sometimes feeling lazy so we tend to eat out. The restaurants we go to do not use the proper oils to cook with. Being a business with overheads to consider they often go for the cheapest stuff. If you want to develop a healthy body, you must learn to eat the right foods. This includes being aware of what oils are best for you to use in cooking.


The truth is most of the fad diets and “magic pills” out there actually make it more difficult for you to lose weight and keep it off long term.

If you’ve tried and failed to lose weight and keep it off with either or both of those in the past, you will know exactly what I mean by this. You may lose some weight initially but what happens when you get off the diet or stop taking the pills? The weight comes right back on.

Let’s face it, how realistic is it to live the rest of your life taking diet pills or not eating carbohydrates (or trying to follow some other diet torture routine that isn’t sustainable)? Not very realistic I think!

The truth of the matter is that these kinds of methods of losing weight are not really designed to allow you to succeed in the long term. Trying to follow them for extended periods of time is not only unrealistic but also impractical.

Some other important considerations to take into account regarding Eating Right include Drinking Right. This includes avoiding excess alchohol, cutting down on soda pops and milkshakes, and most importantly drinking more water. 70% of our body is made up of water and it is crucial to our health. A general guideline is 8 glasses minimum per day.

When I say drinking more water I also mean water that is distilled, which means it does’nt contain dangerous chemicals such as fluorine and chlorine. And no, I don’t mean bottled water either, which is one of the biggest rip offs going. You can easily purchase water containers and filters from many different sources including supermarkets and it is well worth the money.

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