Too much protein and too little carbs can also lead to a build-up of partially broken-down fats called ketones in your blood, causing high levels of uric acid, which is a risk factor for gout and kidney stones. Increased urea output can also cause dehydration and electrolyte imbalances, leading to poor concentration, headaches and fatigue. Side effects of ketone build-up are bad breath, headache, nausea and dizziness. The liver and kidneys are placed under great strain to process this excess protein.
The long-term health effects of such diets are uncertain. What is certain is that getting most of your daily kilojoules from high-protein meat, eggs and cheese isn’t a balanced diet. Downside number one: too much fat increases your risk of heart disease. Downside number two: too little fruit, vegetables and wholegrains can lead to constipation from lack of dietary fiber and a greater risk of certain forms of cancer.
Avoid fasting or “crash” diets. This type of dieting is very unhealthy, and your body tends to burn too many calories all at once, which can harm your body. You can get dehydrated, and your muscles become weak from lack of nutrition.
At weddings, eating cake is a tradition. This is your special day and you want it to be perfect. That’s why it’s essential that you allow a reputable cake bakery to make your dessert. You want to enjoy tasting a moist and delicious dessert on one of the most important days of your life. Also, you want your guests to enjoy it too, so it’s a good idea to try out a number of places until you find that perfect store that can make your dessert to your specifications. Furthermore, a good cake bakery offers delicious desserts and should also be able to create certain designs for you if you like.
Instead of giving sweets as party favors, give out little toys. Make the main focus of your party fun activities and no one will miss the fact that there aren’t an abundance of sweet snacks everywhere. Some fun activities include party games, crafts, scavenger hunts, or even playing outside. If you don’t want to plan these types of activities, host your child’s party at a skating rink or play park. The kids will be so busy, that a lack of snacks won’t bother them.
While having an action packed schedule looks good on paper, you do not want to wear out your guest of honor. It is a good idea to provide a few minutes of free time during the party schedule to allow your child to play with his guests. This equates into mingling at a child’s party. It is a good idea to allow some free playtime right after the cake and ice cream to help little ones run off excess energy.
If children are too young and can’t wait to the end of the party to open their gift, then it is better to put all the gifts away to open at a later time. Opening gifts later for very young children will also prevent any young guest from having a melt down because they want the gift.