Diet The most important and useful Dietuni.com articles from March 2013

Published on April 1st, 2013 | by George Conte

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The most important and useful Dietuni.com articles from March 2013

This post is a synopsis and a guide of all the important topics that I covered over the month of March 2013. Also I will take a quick peek on the matters that I am going to write about on the upcoming month of April.

You can find all my articles from March 2013 here. Here are the most important and useful articles I wrote in March:

“How to” articles

How to make fat literally disappear from your life with 4 quick steps. This is my attempt to explain some very simple princeples that you can integrate in your life right now and see hure results in relation to weight loss!

How to use Dietary Reference Intakes (DRI) and Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) in your diet. This is a great article that explains where to find and how to use the scientific data we currently have about the appropriate amounts of macronutrients (proteins, carbohydrates and fat) and micronutrients (vitamins and minerals) each of us has to consume per day.

Article series

In March I have created an article series about the best macronutrient sources that you can use right now in your diet:

Best sources of protein

Best sources of carbohydrates

Best sources of fat

I have also finished the Atkins diet article series. A complete guide about everything you need to know in order to start with the famous Atkins low carb diet!

You can find the first article here: Atkins – The ultimate low carb high protein diet

You can find the second article here:  Atkins diet phase 1: Introduction

You can find the third article here: Atkins diet phase 2 – Ongoing Weight Loss

You can find the fourth article here: Atkins diet phase 3: Pre-Maintenance

You can find the fifth article here: Atkins diet phase 4: Lifelong Maintenance

I have started an article series about the French “Montignac diet” or “Montignac method” that is another diet approach about how to lose weight and maintain it without calorie counting like the Atkins diet. You can find the first three articles here:

Montignac diet

Montignac diet phase 1: breakfast

Montignac diet phase 1 lunch and dinner

General Diet articles

Dietary fiber benefits and sources. Here I explain everything you need to know about the health and weight loss benefits of dietary fiber and the best sources that contain it.

Dangers and Effects of Obesity. This is a very important topic that will make you understand how critical it is to take action and change your life right now if you have obesity issues.

Articles for April 2013

I am experimenting with video creation right now. I would love to create video tutorials that explain step by step the process of weight loss and what tools and resources you can use in order to make it easier and quicker!

Also I am looking to write more about bodybuilding and fitness in general so I ll probably create a detailed guide about how to start weight lifting.

Finally I am expecting to finish the Montignac diet series in the coming week and move on to explore the benefits of other diets.

I would also love to hear your suggestions (you can use the contact me form or post a comment here) about a favorite topic you have and would like me to write about!

Thank you and stay tuned for more to come!

 


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About the Author

George Conte is a student of Nutrition and Dietetics, a fitness and healthy living enthusiast. After seven years of personal experience with weight loss, exercise and a total body transformation where he managed to burn 121+ pounds of fat he became the founder of Dietuni.com. A website dedicated to help you overcome obesity and transform your life the same way he did!



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