How dangerous is to follow a diet?

How dangerous is to follow a diet?

For many women interest in diets becomes a hobby. However, when you get ill or simply have a headache probably not many of you think that it’s a consequence of a diet. Actually some kinds of diets, for example mono diets or protein diets, are potentially dangerous to your health. Fasting not only weakens your immunity, but it also affects your liver and digestive system so how to help yourself to lose weight by not damaging your health?

Let’s have a look at the main weak sides of being on diet.

After one weak of following Atkins diet, most of the people notice that stomach, intestines and liver start working improperly. They also feel abdominal swelling, constipation and other annoying feelings. So what you should do?

First of all, you are advised to drink plenty of water. When the diet is rich in proteins it is extremely important to wash out all toxins from your body.

Choose smaller portions. The essence of protein diet is eating often but small portions of food. This will ensure a better absorption of food.

Don’t eat before going to sleep. Try to have your dinner at 6 or 7 in the evening, even if a diet says you can eat at any time of a day. Think about your liver. When you are on protein diet, it already has a lot to do.

Drink herbal tea. Mint tea perfectly inhibits nausea and cleanses bile. The chamomile gently stimulates digestive process.

Protein diet is not for you if you have kidney or digestive problems. it is not recommended for older and overweighed people. Protein improves the blood clot, which increases the risk of thrombus formation.

Most of the diets limit the amount of carbohydrates. Because of the lack of glucose you may experience low blood pressure, headaches and even fainting. The best thing you can do is allow your body to relax. Do not forget to drink pomegranate juice which has a positive effect on hemoglobin. Low blood pressure can be increased by drinking sweet tea.


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