DASH Your Way to a Smaller Waistline?

The team carefully reviewed the 20 and system power using seven categories to separate the good from the so-called, and among these criteria, the amount of short and long term, and people on weight loss and diets are different, and nutritional adequacy of food plans, and how it was easy to follow the program, as well as security plans.

The aim of this project, the first magazine of its kind to get a better diet, to provide high quality leadership at all those seeking an eating plan that is not only healthy but will also work in the long run.

Judging from the DASH diet best

And support the winner, DASH diet, the Government of the United States of America and found in past experiences, to discuss the clinical significant difference in lowering high blood pressure. High blood pressure, known as the "silent killer", and argued for a long time in a high place, graphics, and mortality as a major cause of death, not only in the U.S. but all over the world.

As it turned out, and blood pressure are not the only thing that Dash diet helps people get rid of - some of the excess weight can also come to stop the process.

What makes a healthy DASH diet, which?

DASH dietary goals that are generally

    Low fat (less than 30 percent of total calories)
    Low saturated fat (such as butter, lard, meat fat, which in turn is fixed at room temperature)
    A moderate amount of protein (about 20 percent of total calories)
    There is a healthy amount of carbohydrates (about 55 percent of total calories)
    With a high fiber content (about 30 grams per day)
    Of course, low sodium

In the heart of the DASH diet is recommended not to consume more than 2,300 milligrams (mg) of sodium per day. Diet also contains large amounts of potassium, magnesium 0.2 minerals that support healthy blood pressure.

What can you eat on the DASH?

DASH diet suggests that we eat every day as follows:

    6.8 servings of grain
    5.4 servings of vegetables
    4 or 5 fruits
    2.3 servings of milk and dairy products, skim or low-fat
    6 ounces or less of lean meat, poultry or fish
    2 or 3 servings of fats and oils

DASH recommends that the program every week and we eat

    5.4 servings of nuts, seeds and legumes
    No more than 5 servings of sweets and added sugars

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