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The Party Animal Dieter
Written by Diet Bites
Diet, Weight Loss & Personality Factors
The Party Animal Dieter personality is close to the Night Owl Dieter's personality, but a bit wilder because they are THE Party Animal Dieter.
The Party Animal Dieter never misses out on an opportunity to party – be it a simple birthday celebration at the office OR the Midnight Special at the local dive and dance tavern, this Diet Cat is full of adrenalin and ready to spread joy, peace and love around the happy village.
Some of the things that the Party Animal Dieter must be on the lookout for that could render havoc on their weight loss plan include: Pizza, dips, chips, cakes, ice cream, cookies, candy, sugary soft drinks, nachos, beer, other alcohol-laden spirits, nuts and sugary punch recipes.
The Party Animal Dieter is generally drawn to sugary foods, which works to drive up their energy level.
The redeeming factor for the Party Animal Dieter is that they almost always like to dance and shake booty which helps in working off the high-calorie foods that are consumed.
Another downside is that many of the foods they love tend to be extreme in sodium content. While table salt contains zero calories it can render serious issues in certain individuals - running up the blood pressure to undesirable levels as well as impacting the balance of fluids within the body, at times creating water retention which adds false pounds to the bathroom weighing scales.
Dieting Solutions & Tips for the Party Animal Dieter
Limit fatty foods and alcohol and seek out the pool of spring water instead.
Migrate towards the low calorie, fat free dips and baked style chips.
As to dips, it's better enjoyed while dancing as the base is generally some variety of cheese, sour cream or a fatty concoction of foods. Bean dip is one of the healthier dips.
Speaking of dips - keep on dancing, dancing, dancing.
Let's view the nutrition facts for some of the most common foods enjoyed by this dieting personality. We'll begin with potato chips. We can see the significant difference quite quickly when viewing the nutritional data.
Note that the cholesterol values of each type of chip is listed as '0' but that doesn't mean that the food does not contribute to bad cholesterol. The secret resides in the fat content and distribution found within the product.
Diet Bites Nutrition Facts Comparison: Baked vs Regular Potato Chips