|Description||Although relatively new, basically, our familiar 90-day diet is based on an older approach - separate meals.
Proponents rely on the idea that different types of food (protein, carbohydrate and fat) are processed differently by the digestive system and require a different enzymatic environment for optimal digestion and absorption. Therefore, they should be consumed separately, because otherwise the body becomes inhibited and can not fully absorb them.
The goal of the 90-day diet, according to its authors, is "not only to lose weight, but to change the metabolism and ensure that the desired weight is maintained."
In addition, the authors of the book recommend that the diet be combined with regular physical activity. Advice that any trainer or nutritionist would give when losing weight. Because, in addition to reducing the calories you eat, you can also increase your calorie deficit by burning more calories through physical activity.
And the combination of reduced calorie intake + calorie burning with exercise definitely provides a considerable caloric deficit.
Kemp House, 152-160 City Road
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|Submission Date||11:29:2021 (Edited 12:23:2021)|