With the summer, everyone is in a hurry to lose weight, weight loss suggestions are coming from everywhere, diet lists are flying in the air. I wish dieting was as simple as it seems, but unfortunately it is not. For some reason, no one wants to accept that the diet should be personal, everyone blindly believes what they hear from others. In this article, I want to tell you a little bit about the math of dieting.
Basal Metabolic Rate is Different for Everyone
First of all, the energy that a person spends without doing anything is called the basal metabolic rate. This factor varies from person to person. The active substance is actually the person himself. In addition, the activity of the person during the day, the environment in which he works, the presence of any co-morbidities, allergies, and the sports activities he is interested in are among the factors that affect the basal metabolic rate. Considering these factors, there are diets prepared by dietitians who are experts in the subject by making calculations according to the person’s diet and the main goal – for weight loss, weight gain, diseases – and these diets are diets that only a single person should follow. It is a one-in-a-million chance that a diet that makes a relative lose 5 kilos in a month will have the same effect on you. Yes, it may make you lose weight, but since it is not unique to you, your body may react to it in the future, causing you to experience worse results. How Does? I want to tell you about two miraculous hormones in our body. The hormones leptin and ghrelin, which create the feeling of hunger and satiety in our body…
Leptin is the hormone that signals to our brain that we are full when we eat. The functioning of this hormone is disrupted when we start to make diets that are not suitable for ourselves, so when you start to lose weight, the amount of leptin hormone secreted from your body decreases and it encourages you to eat more. As a result of your unconscious diets, your stomach becomes too hungry to stop, and you find yourself having an attack while eating something in the refrigerator. For this reason, you will lose weight with a diet that will keep the leptin level in your blood in balance and will turn into a healthy one. In addition, there is something unknown that the other factor that reduces the release of room leptin is exercise. The reason we feel hungry more quickly after exercise is because leptin release is reduced.
Another hormone, ghrelin, is effective in our hunger mechanism. In other words, when we are hungry, it is the hormone that gives this feeling to our brain as a command. Its release increases in our body before meals, and decreases after meals. In fact, when our stomach is empty, the release of the hormone ghrelin increases, so it is the main factor for us to attack food in our moments of hunger. My advice to you at this point is to play little games with your body. How Does? The longer the digestion time of the foods you will eat at your table, the longer the food stays in your stomach, thus preventing the release of ghrelin and preventing the feeling of hunger. Of course, while you are playing this game, the room that will not sit idle in your body will make little surprises for you. When you start to lose weight, your body will increase the release of the hormone ghrelin in the blood, which will affect your appetite metabolism. This is why people who lose weight have trouble maintaining their weight. This is just a tiny part of our body mechanism. Now I want to ask you a question. I am sure that anyone who reads and understands the answer to this question will answer correctly. Should each diet be individualized like fingerprints?