No doubt, you’ve tried countless diets over the years in an effort to shed a few pounds or to improve your health. Fad diets are easy to spot once you know what to look for. They speak to our need for control when everything is out of control. Fad diets are an attractive option because they seem to make logical sense, that is, until you do some actual research from an unbiased source. Here’s what you need to know: THERE IS NO ONE SIZE FITS ALL WHEN IT COMES TO YOUR HEALTH. There’s no magical formula that will get you the results you want. You can’t follow your trainer’s diet and expect to get the same results. The magic happens when YOU figure out what YOU need to be successful, but don’t think it all has to be done on your own. It can be highly worth your time and money to seek the support of a registered dietitian as you work through the stages of change.
A sound nutritional plan will always include lots of vegetables, lean proteins and whole foods, while being low in sugar, refined carbohydrates and highly processed foods. If you seek better health through better nutrition, you should know that the answer isn’t “out there.” Instead, the answers you need lie within you—specifically, in the mass between your two ears. The question often is not what should I eat, but rather how can I make it happen. Diets fail for lack of proper planning and execution.
If that overly simplistic explanation doesn’t quite motivate you, there is another tool that can help. Nutritional genetic testing looks at your individual genetic makeup which determines how you may respond to specific nutrients, diets and exercise strategies. It’s called Nutrigenomix and it reinforces the idea that no one person responds equally to the same diet. Instead of bouncing from one fad diet to the next, you can be tested and the results will be reviewed with you by a trained professional. Likely this person will be a dietitian and they will counsel you on the appropriate nutrition and exercise strategies for you. If you are interested in learning more about this testing, schedule and appointment by clicking here
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