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“Bachelorette” dinosaur lost 23 kilos in two months

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“Bachelorette” candidate Dino (27) is bursting with self-confidence: the callboy is never at a loss for a word on TV and even gives his competitors tips on how to deal with women. But that wasn’t always the case: the Basel native was overweight as a teenager and was an outsider who had to take jokes time and time again. He remembers: «I was called fatso. At a young age, when the hormones are going haywire, it can hurt a lot.” At some point it was clear to Dino that he wanted to change his life. To do this, he resorted to an extreme method.

This is how healthy weight loss works

In order to lose weight in a healthy way, you have to eat less food than the energy consumption for the total turnover. dr Anna Erat, attending physician at the Hirslanden Clinic, explains: “Basically, a daily calorie deficit of between 200 and 500 calories or 20 percent of the current maintenance requirement is well tolerated in healthy people.” To avoid cravings, healthy food and drinks should be on the menu that are suitable for create a feeling of fullness. As examples, the expert cites foods such as avocados, almonds, walnuts, linseed oil, olive oil, chia seeds, flaxseed and fatty fish such as salmon and tuna, all of which contain omega-3. Anna Erat adds: “Of course, complex, long-chain carbohydrates and vegetables should also be on the plate.”

She recommends doing at least two units of strength training per week in addition to endurance sports. “Because the muscles burn more calories than fat, even when at rest, and increase the basal metabolic rate. When exercising, make sure you drink enough fluids. Drinks such as water, unsweetened teas and lemon water are best suited,” says Anna Erat. On the other hand, drinks such as juices, lemonades, alcohol and energy drinks should be avoided.

In order to lose weight in a healthy way, you have to eat less food than the energy consumption for the total turnover. dr Anna Erat, attending physician at the Hirslanden Clinic, explains: “Basically, a daily calorie deficit of between 200 and 500 calories or 20 percent of the current maintenance requirement is well tolerated in healthy people.” To avoid cravings, healthy food and drinks should be on the menu that are suitable for create a feeling of fullness. As examples, the expert cites foods such as avocados, almonds, walnuts, linseed oil, olive oil, chia seeds, flaxseed and fatty fish such as salmon and tuna, all of which contain omega-3. Anna Erat adds: “Of course, complex, long-chain carbohydrates and vegetables should also be on the plate.”

She recommends doing at least two units of strength training per week in addition to endurance sports. “Because the muscles burn more calories than fat, even when at rest, and increase the basal metabolic rate. When exercising, make sure you drink enough fluids. Drinks such as water, unsweetened teas and lemon water are best suited,” says Anna Erat. On the other hand, drinks such as juices, lemonades, alcohol and energy drinks should be avoided.

The studied business psychologist says: “I ate practically nothing and exercised for hours.” In the first month he lost ten kilos. Another 13 kilos followed in the second month. dr Anna Erat, attending physician at the Hirslanden Clinic, warns against such extreme diets. “In the vast majority of cases, a weight loss of 23 kilograms in two months is extreme and unhealthy,” she explains.

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