Søk i lavkarbosidene:
Tilpasset søk
Gå tilbake   Lavkarbo.no :: Karbojunkie > Kosthold og helse > Generell ernæringsdebatt

SOS-dietten

Generell ernæringsdebatt Tema som ikke har med begrenset karbohydratinntak å gjøre.

Del denne siden:

Svar
 
Trådverktøy
Gammel 30-05-06, 18:19   #1
Dorothy
Medlem
 
Medlem siden: May 2005
Innlegg: 245
Dorothy er ny på veien

SOS-dietten

Hmm... Synes denne dietten virker litt merkelig. http://www.klikk.no/Article.asp?ArticleID=6727

__________________


Dorothy er avlogget   Min kostholdsfilosofi: Fedon Lindberg (Lavkarbo) Svar med sitat
Gammel 30-05-06, 18:25   #2
elian
Stressa 4-barns mor
 
elian sin avatar
 
Medlem siden: Jul 2004
Hvor: Sarpsborg
Alder: 45
Innlegg: 2.216
elian er bare helt fantastiskelian er bare helt fantastiskelian er bare helt fantastiskelian er bare helt fantastiskelian er bare helt fantastiskelian er bare helt fantastiskelian er bare helt fantastiskelian er bare helt fantastiskelian er bare helt fantastiskelian er bare helt fantastiskelian er bare helt fantastisk

Sv: SOS-dietten

Jeg synes det høres bra ut jeg

Det viktigste av alt er jo å spise ofte og regelmessig for å holde forbrenningen i gang.

Jeg har t.o.m lest at det er bedre å spise en usunn ting enn å hoppe over et måltid. Det er værre å stoppe opp forbrenninga, enn å få i seg karbene/kaloriene fra et litt usunt måltid.

Og det å spise en varm, en kald, en bløt og en sprø ting kan være veldig tilfredstillende! Da er det liksom ikke noe du savner etter å ha spist Hvis jeg har spist kokte grønnsaker og karbonader m/ egg f.eks. Da HAR jeg alltid så lyst på et eple etterpå! Ikke nødvendigvis fordi det smaker søtt, men fordi det knaser!

Men jeg tviler vel på at man RASER ned i vekt av denne dietten, hvis man ikke har NOEN begrensninger på hva man kan putte i seg....

__________________

elian er avlogget   Min kostholdsfilosofi: Fedon (frem til p-hormonene har forlatt kroppen) Svar med sitat
Gammel 30-05-06, 18:42   #3
Nille
Administrator
 
Nille sin avatar
 
Medlem siden: Feb 2004
Alder: 67
Innlegg: 16.021
Nille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastisk

Sv: SOS-dietten

Det er ikke SÅ enkelt som det ser ut som i denne artikkelen. Den er grovt forenklet. Den er "oppfunnet" av en PT som har slått seg opp som trener for kjendisene. Kostholdsekspert er hun ikke, men har funnet frem til en kombo som hun mener hjelper dem. Og det gjør den jo. Slik jeg har forstått på de som har prøvd hennes opplegg (et par stk. på et annet forum), så er det faktisk treningen som gjør utslaget - maten betyr ikke så mye annet enn psykisk. En av jentene jeg kjenner har gått bort fra kostholdet fordi hun begynte å få søtsug og føle sult igjen (DET skulle vel ikke skje ?? ) - dessuten funket ikke spisedagen for henne. Hun endte opp med å legge på seg. Men fortsetter treningsoppleget med trener, for det var visst helt topp. Hun har bedre effekt med sitt Protein Power kosthold enn SOS kostholdet altså.

Minner om at dette er en KUR og ikke en varig kostomlegging.

Cluet er ikke hvilken diett eller treningsmetode man følger, men at det du gjør funker for akkurat DEG.

Jeg kan også ta av x-antall kilo og bli stram og fin i kroppen om jeg ikke har annet å konsentrere meg om - har personlig trener (PT) hver dag og kokk som lager maten min

*løper for å finne e-mail adressen til det SPA'et jeg leste om*

*er 14 dager nok tro ??*

__________________
Life is short ~ break the rules ~ forgive quickly ~ kiss slowly ~ love truly ~ laugh uncontrollably ~and never regret anything that made you smile
Nille er avlogget   Min kostholdsfilosofi: Atkins Svar med sitat
Gammel 30-05-06, 18:44   #4
elian
Stressa 4-barns mor
 
elian sin avatar
 
Medlem siden: Jul 2004
Hvor: Sarpsborg
Alder: 45
Innlegg: 2.216
elian er bare helt fantastiskelian er bare helt fantastiskelian er bare helt fantastiskelian er bare helt fantastiskelian er bare helt fantastiskelian er bare helt fantastiskelian er bare helt fantastiskelian er bare helt fantastiskelian er bare helt fantastiskelian er bare helt fantastiskelian er bare helt fantastisk

Sv: SOS-dietten

Nille, hva er Protein Power kosthold?

__________________

elian er avlogget   Min kostholdsfilosofi: Fedon (frem til p-hormonene har forlatt kroppen) Svar med sitat
Gammel 30-05-06, 18:45   #5
Nille
Administrator
 
Nille sin avatar
 
Medlem siden: Feb 2004
Alder: 67
Innlegg: 16.021
Nille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastisk

Sv: SOS-dietten

Se også http://www.ashleyborden.com/

og sjekk ut "store" der inne.....

__________________
Life is short ~ break the rules ~ forgive quickly ~ kiss slowly ~ love truly ~ laugh uncontrollably ~and never regret anything that made you smile
Nille er avlogget   Min kostholdsfilosofi: Atkins Svar med sitat
Gammel 30-05-06, 18:52   #6
Nille
Administrator
 
Nille sin avatar
 
Medlem siden: Feb 2004
Alder: 67
Innlegg: 16.021
Nille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastiskNille er bare helt fantastisk

Sv: SOS-dietten

Opprinnelig lagt inn av elian

Nille, hva er Protein Power kosthold?

Protein Power er enda en lavkarbo variant, med fokus på protein.
Boka er skrevet av to leger Michael og Mary Dan Eades.
Ikke så forskjellig fra Atkins eller noen av de andre. Bare litt forksjellig fokus. Kjenner en gu bråte folk som går på denne. Bl.a. Karen som har skrevet den kokeboka....

Les mer her: http://www.proteinpower.com/

Sitat:


Protein Power Plan





Plan's name: Protein Power Plan

Book(s): Protein Power Plan. Published 1995, Michael and Mary Eades.

About the author: Michael R. Eades, M.D., and Mary Dan Eades, M.D., are the authors of the New York Times bestseller Protein Power and The Protein Power LifePlan Gram Counter. They practice bariatric (weight loss) medicine in Boulder, Colorado.

Basic Philosophy: PP and PPL were written by Michael and Mary Eades, two medical doctors practicing in Colorado. In 1995, they wrote Protein Power as a guide to better health and weight loss through diet, nutrition, supplementation, and exercise. In 2000, they followed up Protein Power with Protein Power Lifeplan, which was similar but contained updated information on studies that had come out since their first book, and a broader coverage of topics, including fats, magnesium, anti-oxidants, sunbathing, iron, cholesterol, and more. Protein Power and Protein Power Lifeplan differ from many other low carb books in that they share a very science-oriented approach to low carb and higher protein. But fear not, they are well written and easily understood by the layperson

The driving idea behind the Protein Power Low Carb plan is quite simple; we haven't changed much from our cave-man ancestors who, for hundreds of thousands of years, ate mainly animal protein, with a few wild vegetables and nuts thrown in. They maintain that our bodies are still designed to eat this way and doing otherwise has caused us tremendous health problems.

The principle of PP is the restriction of carbohydrates – in particular refined ones. Carbohydrates are sugar as far as your body is concerned; carbs are actually saccharides, di, tri or poly -saccharides and they break down into sugar almost immediately after ingestion. Carbohydrates, once in the body are converted to glucose in the blood stream to be used as quick fuel. An increase of glucose in the blood causes a release of insulin. Insulin is a hormone in the body that has many functions, one of which is to regulate blood sugar by converting the newly arrived sugar in the blood into fat for storage in fat tissue.

Over time, eating excessive amounts of carbohydrates in the form of grains, legumes, and starchy vegetables (like potatoes) overworks the insulin response causing our cells to become less and less sensitive to insulin. The net result is our body has to produce more and more insulin to have the same effect. This increase of insulin in the bloodstream can cause all kinds of health issues. Examples include type-two or Adult Onset diabetes, obesity, hardening of the arteries, plaque buildup, and high blood pressure.


By the numbers: : The Eades use different phases for the diet as follows: The "intervention " phase is the initial phase of the diet and the most restrictive. In this phase, the Eades suggest limiting your intake of carbs to 7-10 grams per meal, with an optional snack of 7-10 grams. In other words you can have anywhere from 20 to 40 grams of carbs per day. As for protein there are formulas in the books as to how to calculate it, depending on your current weight, height, body fat percentage and activity level. Fat is something that the Eades do not put limits on as they consider it to be metabolicially neutral; it does not cause an insulin reaction. However, it is the food type that is the densest in calories and they do note that if one eats 5000 calories per day it's going to be all but impossible to lose weight, even if you otherwise conform to the plans' guidelines.

Intervention is followed until you are very close to your goal for weight and/or health. Once you are very close, you can switch over to the "Transition" phase in which you increase your carb allotment to 50 grams per day. Once you feel you have met your weight and/or health goals, you can then go onto the "Maintenance ” phase - somewhere between 70 and 130 grams per day.

Method: There are three main types of food or "macronutrients": protein; carbohydrates; and fat. Most grain products like bread; rice, pasta, etc. as well as most fruits and vegetables are nearly 100% carbohydrate. Oils are all 100% fat. Few natural things get close to 100% protein with the exception of very lean cuts of meat or fish. Everything else is a mixture of at least two of the three macronutrients

Sources of Protein (and fat): all meats, poultry, and fish. Eggs and cheese (they have a small amount of carbohydrate), dairy products like milk, cream, and yogurt are ok as long as you read labels and keep track of carbs.

Carb sources – what to avoid : The Eades contend that certain types are bad for you in and of themselves even before we consider how dense they are in carbohydrates. Ex: Grains have been linked to leaky gut syndrome, which in turn has been linked to autoimmune disorders like arthritis, asthma, allergies, multiple sclerosis, etc. They suggest eliminating these items entirely. Other food limited or eliminated from the diet : legumes, starchy vegetables like potatoes and some squashes, and anything with a high sugar content like sweet sauces, syrups, candy, ice cream, high-sugar fruits like pineapples and mangos.

Carb sources – what to eat : Although vegetables (other than the starchy ones like potatoes) are primarily made up of carbohydrates, they do not have nearly as many carbs as grains per serving. They also are packed with nutrition - vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals, as well as fiber. Fiber is a carbohydrate that your body cannot absorb, therefore the Eades discount it from the carb count of a food. So if a serving of vegetable has 10 grams of carbs but also 5 grams of fiber the vegetable has 5 grams of Effective Carbohydrates. PP recommends eating berries, melon, peaches, etc. Finally nuts and seeds

Alcohol : Alcohol is permitted on PP but you do need to be careful of its form. A sweet red wine or a hearty stout can be loaded with carbs. Hard alcohol is generally fine (aside from certain ones which might have a lot of sugar like bourbon, rum, brandy, etc. or are mixed with some sweet juice or soda.) Wine is ok as long as it is not very sweet, and lite beers are ok, but both lite beers and even dry wine do have some carbohydrates, so having more than a few of these will probably make staying within the plans' guidelines difficult. You also need to understand that your body will burn alcohol before it goes after carbs or stored fat.

Typical menu:
Breafast:
1/2 grapefruit
2 eggs with 3 sausages
small coffee w/ whipped cream

Lunch:
1/2 cup each cottage cheese and blueberries
Caesar salad with 5 oz Chicken breast, parmasagn cheese
Tea

Possible Snacks:
Celery with 2 tbsp peanut butter
1 oz hard cheese w/ pepperoni slices
2 oz Macadamia nuts

Dinner:
8 oz sirloin steak
1/2 cup each broccoli & cauliflower with butter drizzled over top
Salad with Olive oil dressing, (onion, tomato, celery, olives)
6 oz dry wine
SF jello with Whipped cream


Unique Fatures: PP is most closely compared to Atkins in that it is at the more restrictive end of the spectrum where carbohydrates are concerned. However there are some differences. The Eades permit the consumption of alcohol and caffiene unlike Atkins. PP was also one of the first plans to allow for the deduction of fiber from the total carbohydrate count, thus permitting a higher Effective Carbohydrate Level.

With the release of Protein Power Lifeplan the Eades have moved out from under the "weight loss" umbrella; Protein Power Lifeplan is just that, a plan for life. The advice and information is not designed, nor is it aimed, solely for those interested in weight loss; it is, rather, a plan for optimal health and nutrition.

A note about Exercise :
They suggest that one way to optimize one’s weight/fat loss but maintain or even gain muscle is to concentrate on resistance exercises, otherwise known as weightlifting. By increasing your muscle mass by lifting weights, you are increasing your body’s calorie requirement to maintain that new muscle tissue. Also, they suggest both walking and brief bursts of intense cardio, like sprinting or jumping for 30 seconds. These intense sessions of alternating rest and intense exertion may only last for a total of 10 minutes and are done only a couple of times per week. The idea is to do what our bodies were designed to - chasing game, or avoiding the game chasing you. These types of cardio apparently strengthen the immune system and provide all kinds of additional benefits without the incredible expense in terms of time.

__________________
Life is short ~ break the rules ~ forgive quickly ~ kiss slowly ~ love truly ~ laugh uncontrollably ~and never regret anything that made you smile
Nille er avlogget   Min kostholdsfilosofi: Atkins Svar med sitat
Svar


Aktive brukere som ser på denne tråden: 1 (0 medlemmer 1 gjester)
 
Trådverktøy

Innleggsregler
Du kan ikke starte nye tråder
Du kan ikke skrive svar
Du kan ikke laste opp vedlegg
Du kan ikke endre dine innlegg

BB code is
[IMG] kode er
HTML kode er Av
Bytt forum

Lignende tråder
Tråd Trådstarter Forum Svar Siste innlegg
Flere som bruker spis deg slank-dietten? Roxira Andre dietter 503 22-05-15 06:20
Krigerdietten nøtta Andre dietter 4 02-03-10 19:01
Atkins dietten milla Spørsmål og svar 25 21-04-06 12:30
Ny studie i medisinsk topptidsskrift om Atkins dietten Elefantster Lavkarbo generelt 9 25-07-05 11:21
Ta blodprøve før du begynner på dietten. Begod Induksjonen 3 29-01-04 16:40


Alle klokkeslett er GMT +2. Klokken er nå 16:41.


Powered by vBulletin
Copyright ©2000 - 2024, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
Norsk: Foreldreportalen.no | Selvrealisering.no
© 2004-2015, Lavkarbo.no