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Originally posted on catatan seorang ahli gizi:

cek label makanan dan minuman yang dibeli, utamanya kadar fruktosanya. cek label makanan dan minuman yang dibeli, utamanya kadar fruktosanya.
sumber: http://www.wikihow.com

Pernahkan anda ketika berbelanja di supermarket menemui berbagai jenis makanan yang berlabel fat-free atau “bebas lemak”. Sekilas produk itu menarik perhatian bagi mereka yang sedang menjalankan diet, berusaha menurunkan berat badan, atau yang sangat takut menjadi gemuk. Namun ternyata bagi orang yang ingin menurunkan berat badan harus lebih mencemaskan suatu zat dibandingkan lemak itu sendiri yaitu gula.

Diantara molekul gula, terdapat 2 jenis yang paling sering kita konsumsi yaitu glukosa yang tidak terlalu manis dan fruktosa yang sangat manis. Glukosa dan fruktosa sangat berbeda, baik dalam hal fungsi, maupun penyimpanannya/proses metabolismenya.

Glukosa diperlukan untuk proses metabolisme, setiap organisme hidup di planet dapat mencerna, menyerap, dan memetabolisme glukosa karena itu glukosa disebut juga sumber energi dari kehidupan. Jika tubuh kekurangan glukosa, maka sel tubuh membuatnya melalui mekanisme metabolik. Sekitar 80% kabohidrat yang dikonsumsi dalam hal ini glukosa…

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    Pedoman Gizi Seimbang baru ini sebagai penyempurnaan pedoman-pedoman yang lama, bila diibaratkan rumah maka ada 4 (empat) pilar prinsip yang harus dipenuhi agar rumah tersebut dapat berdiri, yaitu:
  1. Mengonsumsi makanan beragam,  tidak ada satupun jenis makanan yang mengandung semua jenis zat gizi yang dibutuhkan tubuh untuk menjamin pertumbuhan dan mempertahankan kesehatannya, kecuali Air Susu Ibu (ASI) untuk bayi baru lahir sampai berusia 6 bulan;
  2. Membiasakan perilaku hidup bersih, perilaku hidup bersih sangat terkait dengan prinsip Gizi Seimbang;
  3. Melakukan aktivitas fisik, untuk menyeimbangkan antara pengeluaran energi dan pemasukan zat gizi kedalam tubuh;
  4. Mempertahankan dan memantau Berat Badan (BB) dalam batas normal. Memantauan BB normal merupakan hal yang harus menjadi bagian dari ‘Pola Hidup’ dengan ‘Gizi Seimbang’, sehingga dapat mencegah penyimpangan BB dari BB normal, dan apabila terjadi penyimpangan maka dapat segera dilakukan langkah-langkah pencegahan dan penanganannya.
Pesan-pesan PGS, baru
  1. Syukuri dan nikmati anekaragam makanan;
  2. Banyak makan sayuran dan cukup buah-buahan;
  3. Biasakan mengonsumsi lauk pauk yang mengandung protein tinggi;
  4. Biasakan mengonsumsi anekaragam  makanan pokok;
  5. Batasi konsumsi pangan manis, asin dan berlemak;
  6. Biasakan Sarapan;
  7. Biasakan minum air putih yang cukup dan aman;
  8. Biasakan membaca label pada kemasan pangan;
  9. Cuci tangan pakai sabun dengan air bersih mengalir;
  10. Lakukan aktivitas fisik yang cukup dan pertahankan berat badan normal

Riskesdas 2013 menunjukkan bahwa “stunting” pada Balita dan prevalensi Penyakit Tidak Menular (PTM) makin meningkat. Perhatian terhadap masalah gizi ganda juga perlu lebih ditingkatkan, disamping masih banyak yang kekurangan gizi, tmasalah gizi lebih juga meningkat. laporan Riskesdas 2013 sejumlah 32,9% wanita dewasa dan 19,7% pria dewasa mengalami obesitas (IMT >25,0) yang berisiko terhadap berbagai gangguan kesehatan atau penyakit.

       Apakah kita sudah menerapkan Gizi Seimbang hari ini…? Makan beranekaragam, Hidup bersih dan sehat, lakukan aktifitas fisik dan pantau Berat Badan anda secara berkala agar tubuh sehat dan hidup kita akan lebih produktif.

 

sumber : http://gizi.depkes.go.id

Informasi Penting :
1. Jadwal Pendaftaran & Wawancara : 18 – 20 Agustus 2014
2. Pengumuman Penerimaan : 22 Agustus 2014
3. Syarat Pendaftaran :
a. Sarjana Gizi dari UGM
b. Melengkapi syarat-syarat administrasi:
– Mengisi form pendaftaran
– 2 (dua) lembar copy ijazah atau surat keterangan lulus S1 Gizi
– 2 (dua) lembar transkrip nilai S1 Gizi
– 2 (dua) lembar copy akte kelahiran
– 2 (dua) lembar copy kartu identitas yang masih berlaku (KTP/SIM/Paspor)
– Pas foto berwarna ukuran 3 X 4 : 4 lembar
– Foto copy bukti pembayaran biaya pendaftaran
– Amplop beserta perangko balasan untuk pengiriman hasil seleksi
c. Berkas pendaftaran yang sudah lengkap dimasukkan dalam stopmap warna kuning dengan dituliskan identitas diri dihalaman depan, dan diserahkan ke bagian penerimaan mahasiswa baru Program Profesi Gizi,
d. Sekretariat & Pendaftaran : Program Studi S1 Gizi Kesehatan FK UGM, Jl. Farmako Sekip Utara Yogyakarta, Telp/Fax : 0274-547775, Cp. Umi Salamah/ Adhe
e. Membayar biaya pendaftaran Rp. 250.000,-

WeightWatchers was born in the US in 1963 and came to the UK in 1967. It has millions of followers of its unique concept throughout the world. It involves a personalised diet, regular exercise and lots of support, encouragement and motivation: it’s a truly global approach to weight loss.

WeightWatchers was born in the US in 1963 and came to the UK in 1967. It has millions of followers of its unique concept throughout the world. It involves a personalised diet, regular exercise and lots of support, encouragement and motivation: it’s a truly global approach to weight loss.

A well researched programme
The major value of this programme is a weight-loss diet that is:
– Personalised. When you sign up, your points are calculated according to age, gender, size, weight and daily exercise, and a hypocalorific diet is created for you (a lower calorie intake than your needs).
– Balance. At WeightWatchers, nothing is forbidden. Everything needs to be consumed in reasonable, balanced quantities. This means at least 5 portions of fruit and vegetables every day, 2 or 3 portions of dairy, 2 to 3 spoonfuls of vegetable fat, carbs at least twice a day, protein-rich foods and 1.5 to 2 litres of liquid a day (at least 1 litre of water).
– Flexibility. The simple, practical points system involves no measuring or weighing food. All that is eaten and drunk is valued in unit points in relation to the level of fat and calories it contains. The points are added up daily, until the total points are reached. Today, with the new Flexi Points Plus, the diet can be even more flexible, and the PLUS option allows you to eat 18 types of food that fill you up for a number of fixed unit points.
– Evolution. It’s balanced and includes the 3 key steps to successful weight loss: slimming, stabilisation and maintenance in the long term.
 
The value of exercise
exercise is valued and counts. Everyone goes at their own pace. Activity points are calculated according to weight, duration and level of intensity. If you exercise more, you can earn points each week to allow yourself a few treats. The motivational bonus points system proves the value of exercise for weight loss and for long-term weight stabilisation.
Exchange and support in meetings

The advantage of WeightWatchers over other diets is the weekly meetings where you share information, motivation and advice on making lasting changes to your eating habits.
Listening and sharing with the guidance of a group leader (who will also have followed the diet) gives you the chance to (re)learn how to eat a healthy, balanced diet and keep your motivation going. Everyone is weighed to chart their progress, in complete confidentiality!
For those who cannot attend meetings, WeightWatchers has developed other ways to follow the programme: by post and by weekly individual interviews with a leader. Almost 6,000 meetings are held every week by 1,500 trained leaders throughout the UK.

 

Sumber : http://www.sofeminine.co.uk/

The South Beach diet was devised by an American cardiologist and is based on eating ‘good’ fats and carbohydrates. It’s effective and good for your health. The diet works in phases and you have to watch the amounts you eat (without counting calories). It’s a lifestyle change and a diet in one.

The South Beach diet was devised by an American cardiologist and is based on eating ‘good’ fats and carbohydrates. It’s effective and good for your health. The diet works in phases and you have to watch the amounts you eat (without counting calories). It’s a lifestyle change and a diet in one.

How it works
There are three phases: the first (strict) phase lasts for a maximum of 2 weeks, during which all starch and sugar (cereals, potatoes, rice, fruit and alcohol) is cut out and replaced with protein (eggs, meat, fish and vegetables). This is followed by a second phase during which you gradually reintroduce the first banned group of foods back into your diet. Of these, you start with foods with the lowest GI (glycaemic index) which don’t increase your blood sugar levels very much (certain types of fruit, bread and wholegrain cereals). When you reach your target weight, you move on to the final phase, which should last for the rest of your life and maintain a healthy weight. The secret is in the choice of food. With your new food habits, you can tell the good fats and sugars from the bad, select foods with a low glycaemic index, and choose healthier vegetable protein and fat.
– Good sugars are natural sugars in their original state (found in fruit, vegetables and wholegrain cereals).
good fats are vegetable fats, because the body finds them useful (olive, grapeseed, rapeseed and nut oil, and oil from oily fish).
– Bad sugars are over-refined sugars, found in white flour, potatoes, white sugar, sugary products, processed desserts and alcohol.
Bad fats are saturated fats, which are bad for the cardiovascular system. These are animal fats contained in butter, cream, fatty cheese, whole milk and fatty meat.

A typical day in Phase 1
Breakfast: Eggs and vegetables
Snack: Low-fat cheese
Lunch: Salad, chicken breast, soup, light yoghurt
Snack: Vegetables or chicken breast or light cheese (mozzarella or cottage cheese)
Dinner: Fish, chicken or lean meat, as much veg as you want, light dairy produce

Results
Phase 1 can see you lose 3 – 4 kilos in 2 weeks (particularly from the stomach). During Phase 2, you can expect to lose 500g – 1 kg per week. Phase 3 will stabilise your weight for the long term.

Plus points
It’s a simple and non-restrictive diet with a large array of foods to choose from.
You won’t get hungry because you eat ‘normal’ portions and you’re allowed light snacks.
There’s no point in counting calories.
This diet can help you develop long-term healthy eating habits and maintain a healthy weight without putting all the weight lost in the first two phases as soon as you come off the diet.

Drawbacks
You can’t eat out on the South Beach diet because too many refined foods are cut out.

 

Sumber : http://www.sofeminine.co.uk

The Zone diet is the brainchild of American doctor Barry Sears. It first came out in 1995 and was adopted by numerous celebrities. It advocates foods that encourage weight loss and prevent cardiovascular disease, diabetes, auto-immune diseases and cancer.

Zone diet is the brainchild of American doctor Barry Sears. It first came out in 1995 and was adopted by numerous celebrities. It advocates foods that encourage weight loss and prevent cardiovascular disease, diabetes, auto-immune diseases and cancer.

How it works
Above and beyond weight loss, the aim of this diet is to maintain insulin and blood sugar levels by consuming low-calorie and low-carbohydrate foods. To reach the ideal balance, the diet recommends taking 40% of calories from carbohydrate, 30% from protein and 30% from fat. This doesn’t fit well with official nutritional recommendations which suggest we take 50 to 55% of calories from carbohydrate, 15 to 20% from protein and no more than 30% from fat.
You should eat at regular intervals with no more than a 5-hour gap in between meals, which in practice works out at 3 meals and 2 snacks per day.
The diet focuses on choosing good fats (monounsaturated and polyunsaturated), good carbohydrates (ones with a low glycaemic index) and good sources of protein (low-fat).
You never eat more than a plateful of vegetables and you can’t eat as much of them as you like. All food is weighed.

Avoid:
Fatty meat, whole eggs, hard cheese, potatoes, beetroot, carrots, marrow, sweetcorn, dried fruit, fruit juice, cereal products, sugar, desserts, butter and cream.

A typical day
For an average sized, reasonably active woman, The Zone diet recommends 3 portions of protein, 3 of carbohydrate and 3 of fat with each meal, with 2 additional snacks including 1 portion of protein, 1 of carbohydrate and 1 of fat.
Breakfast: 1 slice of wholemeal bread, 60g fromage frais, 2 egg whites, 1 teaspoon of olive oil, 1 kiwi fruit.
Morning snack: Natural yoghurt, nuts.
Lunch: Wholegrain bread, 90g tuna, 1 spoonful of mayonnaise, 250g spinach.
Dinner: 90g lean pork, 60g lentils, cucumber, 1 potato made into mash, 5ml olive oil.
Evening snack: 30g cheese, 1 rye crispbread.

Results
weight loss of 0.5kg to 1.5kg per week.

Plus points
If it’s followed meticulously, this diet fills you up because you eat protein five times a day.
It creates a calorific deficit which makes you lose weight.
Because of the high levels of protein you eat, you lose weight healthily providing you follow the diet exactly.

Downsides
It’s restrictive as it requires lots of calculations and planning; improvising meals or going out for dinner are no-nos.
You need to have your book with you to measure the portions until you know them by heart.
Many tasty foods can only be eaten in small quantities, which can lead to frustration!
In the long term, this low-carbohydrate diet can cause tiredness, irritability and anxiety.
If you exercise a lot, be aware that lowering your consumption of carbohydrates can lead to diminished sporting performance.
This diet is low in fibre and can therefore cause constipation.
Excessive protein is dangerous for people suffering from kidney problems.

Warning
Always consult a doctor before starting the Zone or any other type of diet.

Sumber : http://www.sofeminine.co.uk


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