Thursday, January 7, 2010
As the name suggests, meal replacements are food items taken in lieu of a regular meal. These are a fast and convenient way of getting the body's required amounts of proteins, carbohydrates, fats and other essential nutrients. Meal replacement plans (MRP) are usually used when one wants to lose or gain weight. But nowaday's most meal replacement plans are designed and centered on weight loss, especially to overcome obesity. Meal replacement plans (MRP) are carefully prepared to make sure that the body still gets enough nutrients, especially if the plan is complimented with a weight loss exercise program. Meal replacements ensure that the intake of excess calories is controlled, if not totally avoided. For those who want to lose weight, a low fat, low calorie meal replacement is the item of choice. For those who want to bulk up, on the other hand a high protein meal replacement is the right choice.
Posted by Vicenta DeVries at 8:07 PM