The rate of obesity is rising higher each year and this is mostly due to lifestyle. It depends largely upon what people eat and how they eat. That is why this post will show you the best diet tips gathered from around the world.
Use them to keep yourself from adding weight and also use it to avoid any form of cardiovascular disease.
Slow Meals in France
In France, some of them eat slowly which leads to consuming fewer calories, especially for men.
They associate eating with pleasure and that is why, according to studies, they have a low level of obesity and cardiovascular diseases.
So, when next you’re eating, take the time to savor each bite and really enjoy it. Have a long nice meal with your friends.
Smaller Portions in Japan
Eating smaller portions of food mean consuming fewer calories. Studies have shown that people who eat bigger portions of food are more likely to be overweight and less healthy than those who eat fewer portions.
Use smaller plates when dishing out your meals along with plenty of water. This will help you walk away satisfied and also help you lose weight.
This does not only include smaller portions of food, the traditional Japanese diet does not include lots of red meat, and this is a good thing according to research.
Mediterranean Diet with the Greece
The Greece meals contain more of fruits and vegetables, it contains more cheese than milk, more fish than meat, drizzling everything they eat with a little olive oil which has the good fat.
And of course, they wash it down with wine, which is an Italian diet.
This traditional Greek diet has been known to reduce the risk of cancer and heart disease.
Spices with India
Indian foods is usually loaded with herbs and spices, such as turmeric, curry, ginger, and cardamom. These are full of antioxidants and other things that are good for you. They also can lend some heat to the dishes, which may help you eat less. (1)
Fermentation with Norway
If you let certain foods sit for a long time in water or salt, or other spices, the chemistry and taste change. This is fermentation, and fermented foods are natural sources of probiotics (2)– good bacteria that affect everything from digestion to mood. Cultures across the globe ferment vegetables, fruits, milk, and meat. In Norway, they ferment trout for up to a year and serve it uncooked.
Maybe you should start with vegetables.