3 Simple Ways To Fix A Broken Diet
It’s always difficult to get back into a routine after you’ve slipped out it, especially when it comes to dieting. Or maybe you’ve reached that point where the diet you’re on just doesn’t feel like it’s working anymore – don’t worry, we’ve all been there.
Over at Precision Nutrition, there’s an in-depth article which looks at helping you get back on track. It outlines three important areas to keep in mind with lots of interesting facts and figures. It also goes into great detail about body shape and how that determines your diet and removing the “red flag” foods from your normal routine. Here’s a short extract from the post:
Step 1: Identify and Remove Nutritional Deficiencies
Most people think they need a complete overhaul at first. Let’s call it the “Mission Impossible” approach. After coaching over 20,000 clients in the last few years, I’ve come to realize that the Mission Impossible approach isn’t just difficult; it’s misguided. Because a complete overhaul rarely addresses what’s making most people feel bad in the first place. Often, people struggle with how they look and feel because their physiology doesn’t work the way it should. This can be hormonal imbalances, but it’s more often dietary deficiency: not getting the right nutrients, in the right amounts, to get the best results. Dietary deficiencies, therefore, are the first red flag that something’s wrong.
Bottom line: Dietary deficiencies are very common. Chances are, you’ve got one, no matter how good you think your diet is. That’s a problem because when you’re deficient in key nutrients, your physiology doesn’t work properly. And when your body doesn’t work as it should, you feel rotten.
So if you’re feeling like your nutrition is off track and you don’t know what to do about it, heading over to this article will give you some fresh ideas to consider and try. It doesn’t matter if you’re a beginner or an experienced dieter; these steps – if applied correctly – can make all the difference to your lifestyle.
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