Weight management is a long-term approach to a healthy lifestyle. It includes a balance of healthy eating and physical exercise to equate energy expenditure and energy intake. Meal replacer is nutritionally sound packaged foods (usually with controlled quantities of calories and nutrients) as part of a structured diet plan could help to lose weight One main health benefits of meal replacer…READ MORE
is one main health benefits of meal replacer is that they’re fortified with a wide variety of vitamins and minerals, so they can successfully stand in for a meal while still meeting your daily requirements.
Another advantage is that meal replacer tend to have fewer calories than full meals. So if your goal is to lose weight, replace one meal (either dinner or lunch) everyday with a meal replacer, thereby reducing your daily calorie count. …READ LESS
ABOUT MEAL REPLACEMENT
A meal replacer is a drink, bar or soup intended as a substitute for a solid food meal, usually with controlled quantities of calories and nutrients. Meal-replacer usually provide 200 to 250 calories per serving (of which not more than 30% from fat,) are fortified with more than 20 vitamins and minerals at “good” or “excellent source” levels and often bear nutrient content claims.
• Slimomeal™ is a functional food for weight control.
• Slimomeal™ is a meal replacer.
• Slimomeal™ contains high protein, low fat, and low calorie which will provide required amount of energy with 27 essential vitamins and minerals.
• 1 glass of (230 ml) Slimomeal™ will provide 207 kcal.
To lose weight one must create a negative energy balance, that is calories taken should be less than calories expended.
Thus fat, carbohydrate and protein will be used for energy to make up the caloric deficit and ideally weight is lost
and fat stores are reduced.
Weight management does not include fad diets that promote quick, temporary weight loss. It focuses on the long-term results that are achieved through steady weight loss, followed by retention of an ideal body weight depending on age, sex and height.
On an average people who are overweight, generally take 2300-2400 kcal/day.
– Normally the heaviest meal comprises 500-700 Kcal/meal.
WHEN IT DOES
– Eating styles that comprises junk food
– Cushing’s syndrome
– Lack of exercise (at least for 30 minutes daily)