High Protein Diets
20/03/2019 By AskAwayHealth

High Protein Diets – What You Should Know

High Protein Diets have been found to achieve weight loss in a short period of time. But what, exactly are they; and how do they work? In a series of 3 videos, we share some facts about these diet types as well as their benefits and possible risks.

Introduction

These questions as well as some of the risks associated with these types of diets we look at in a short series of videos on our Youtube channel.

Our lead clinician Dr Sylvia is an experienced GP and family health practitioner and speaks on these topics to help clear up any misconceptions on how High Protein Diets can be used safely.

Healthy eating and lifestyle habits including physical activity, stopping smoking and moderate alcohol consumption are important practices to maintain healthy bodies.

This also includes care with supplements that we use, avoiding stress and good sleep hygiene.

Follow the links below for each video in the series to learn more, and share a comment on your thoughts or any questions you may have!

Video 1 – What Are High Protein Diets?

What’s a high protein diet?

Video 2 – How do High Protein Diets work?

What does a high protein diet do?

Video 3 – What are the risks of High Protein Diets?

Can a high protein diet cause constipation?


A Few Last Thoughts

Perhaps you have used high protein diets, or are considering them as an option for more healthy living; or weight loss.

In addition to this though, you must consider their effect on your health – especially if you have a pre-existing health condition.

Always speak to your doctor before you make any dietary changes.

What stood out about high protein diets? Are they as safe as you assumed? If you liked watching the videos, please subscribe to our channel too, and get access to lots more great material as we share!


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Editing By AskAwayHealth Team

Disclaimer

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