Eating Menu And Proper Diet?
Hello, I am a class XI high school student with a body weight of 72kg and tb 160cm., Currently I am on a diet with a diet and a menu that I made myself.Here my meal menu is: breakfast at 10 am I eat 2 boiled eggs, then lunch / afternoon at 3 pm 3-4 tablespoons quaker out given a little salt so it is not too bland, then at 7 o’clock I eat 1 boiled potato, then I only consume waterAnd for snacks I choose fruit and drink plenty of water, as well as sports in the form of squats, push ups and planks before going to sleep. What I’m asking is, are my menus and dietary patterns correct?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Specifically, each person has a different diet menu according to their needs and daily life. Everyone also has a different excess weight and a different weight loss target. Not everyone can lose a few pounds in a period of several weeks. Some focus on exercise, and some focus on frequency of eating rather than food.
Regarding your question, the menu that you apply is actually quite good, although it can still be improved in nutritional value. With this menu, it means that during the day and night you only get carbohydrates, because there is no other food besides potatoes and oats. You can still lose weight this way, but you can become weak and lack nutrition.
Our advice, add more to the consumption of vegetables and meat, which is processed by boiling. Then do an evaluation, whether after doing the diet in a few days, you feel weak, difficult to concentrate or so forth. If you feel disturbed in carrying out daily activities, then your diet might not be right or too heavy. Because basically, even though the diet is definitely hungry and does not satisfy lust, but it should not torture. If you want to know more about what diet is best for you, consult a nutritionist.
As for sports, it doesn't matter, and you can adjust also what you can do exactly and not force the body. Later if you already feel that the movement is too easy, you can increase the duration or intensity. So, hopefully answering your question.