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The Modern Diet

by Enzo Idevaia

Do you enjoy food? Do you love the thought of sitting down to a good filling meal? Do you enjoy the experience of dining out at the newest restaurant? You should be able to answer to all these questions and not feel quilty about it. Besides, food is an important part of our lives. Without it we can't live. Our whole body depends on food for energy, healthy skin, hair, and teeth. 

So what is the Modern Diet? The Modern Diet is a diet that can achieve good results with very little displine. You can basically eat whatever you want. Most of you are probably doing a lot of things right already, but you just need some fine tuning. You will follow a 60% carbs / 25% protein / 15% fat diet. Your calorie level should be set to 15 times your bodyweight. 

Once you have figured out the amount of calories you need to consume daily you can go ahead and calculate the amount of carbs/protein/fat you will need. Let's say you weigh 200lbs. Fifteen times your bodyweight would mean that you should consume 2500 calories a day. Of the 2500 calories, 60% should be carbohydrates (.6 * 2500) or 1500 calories. One gram of carbohydrates is equal to 4 calories, so 1500 cals would be 375 grams of carbohydrates. Your protein intake should be 25% of 2500 calories (.25 * 2500) or 625 calories. One gram of protein is also equal to 4 calories, so dividing 625 by 4 would give you about 156 grams of protein. Your fat intake will be the remaining 375 calories. One gram of fat is equal to about 9 calories, so dividing it out you get about 42 grams. 

This diet can easily be followed by following the food guide pyramid. Remember the four basic food groups? Well here they are: 

  • Milk & Diary Group
  • Fruit & Vegetable Group
  • Meat, Poultry, Fish & Eggs Group
  • Bread, Cereal, Pasta & Grains Group
You should eat about 6-8 serving of the bread & cereal group and 2-4 servings for all the other groups. 

FRUITS: Many people like fruit, they just don't make an effort to eat it on a regular basis. You should buy a variety of your favorite fruits at the store. To keep them fresh you should buy in small amounts. You should take fruit with you to work, have it for dessert, make fruit cocktails, etc. 

VEGETABLES: You should also make it a priority to buy a variety of vegetables --- emphasize on the yellow, orange, and green ones. You can consume vegetables in your salad or on your pizza. There are plenty more ways you can add vegetables to your diet. 

MILK: You should try to switch to skim milk, or at least 1% or 2%, because milk fat is high in saturated fat. Eat a bowl of cereal with milk in the morning. Milk is a good source of calcium so it is important to have adequate sources of dairy products. 

BREAD & CEREALS: This should very easy for everyone. Buy a variety of breads, pastas, rice, grains and make them available for meals or snacks. Bagels, english muffins, pretzels, cereal, ziti, spaghetti, pancakes, waffles, the list can go on forever. 

MEATS & FISH: You should eat about 2-3 servings of meats or fish daily. It contains a good amount of protein. Eggs are a great source of protein. Plus there are many delicious ways to cook chicken, fish, pork, and beef. Steak with some vegetables always makes a great meal.. 

This diet can help you receive great results as long as you add in exercise. Exercise is the key to fitness. Three days a week for about a half an hour is all you need to be successful, However this is not a percent diet so if don't achieve the results you expected, don't panic, it's now time to move on and try the IsoCaloric Diet. This diet requires some more disclipline but if you tough it out you will definiately see some great results.

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