The New Year is well underway and with that comes committing to our New Year’s resolutions. This includes the ever so popular resolution to start a diet. While starting a diet is hard, staying committed long after you’ve lost those 10 lbs. is even harder. Anybody can start a diet or the Healthy Body Challenge, but not everyone can truly follow a healthy diet long after the initial goal has been reached. If you’re constantly going on a diet, maybe it’s time to switch the dieting plan.
There are two kinds of diets; the one you follow and the one you go on. Following a diet means this is the type of food you’re regularly eating. For instance, I follow a paleo diet; meaning for the most part I only eat meats, vegetables, fruits and nuts & seeds. Some people may follow a Vegetarian Diet, others a Mediterranean Diet and others a Raw Food Diet. However, most Americans follow a Standard American Diet; high in processed and refined foods, dairy and animal products and low in vegetables and fruit. Following a Standard American Diet most often leads to weight gain and thus will then result in going on a diet.
Going on a diet (not good) means you are subjecting yourself to boring calorie or food restrictions to lose weight. Some people go on diets if they’ve gained a few pounds and want to get back to their normal weight. However, most individuals go on diets wanting to lose substantial weight. Going on a diet to lose substantial weight can be a difficult change if you’re restricting calories. Many times, dieters will lose some weight, get off track, gain the weight back, and then, go back to their old habits. It’s a roller coaster ride that many individuals struggle with for most of their lives. Although it’s ok to start off by going on a diet, ultimately, you want to just follow a healthy diet; ending the need to go on diets.
To keep it simple, an overall healthy diet is one, high in fresh, unprocessed whole foods; free of sugar, vegetable oils, packaged meals/snacks, fast-food and other highly-processed foods. I know it’s easy to say, “Ok, I’m going to start eating healthy.” However, because our bodies are now accustomed to the awful Standard American Diet, it’s extremely difficult to quit sugar and processed foods altogether. Your body and mind will fight you until you give in. It’s a physical and mental battle which you can overcome. Trying a 21 sugar detox is a great way to commit to not having sugar and processed foods and it will reprogram your body.
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Remember to follow a healthy diet for an overall healthy lifestyle. Prevention is the key!
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