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The Difference Between A Diet and Lifestyle Change

The Difference Between A Diet and Lifestyle Change

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The Difference Between A Diet and Lifestyle Change

  1. 1. &Diet Lifestyle T H E D I F F E R E N C E B E T W E E N A Change RealLivingNutrition.com
  2. 2. THERE ARE SEVERAL DIETS AND LIFESTYLE CHANGE PROGRAMS OUT THERE, BUT HOW DO YOU KNOW WHICH ONE IS LEGIT AND WILL WORK FOR YOU IN THE LONG RUN?
  3. 3. DIETS ARE A TEMPORARY FIX THEY WORK, BUT ONLY FOR A SHORT AMOUNT OF TIME ONCE YOU STOP AND GO BACK TO YOUR OLD HABITS, THE WEIGHT CREEPS UP AGAIN
  4. 4. DIETS OFTEN RESTRICT WHAT YOU CAN EAT . THEY DO NOT ADDRESS CHANGING YOUR HABITS AND THE WAY YOU THINK ABOUT FOOD
  5. 5. A LIFESTYLE CHANGE WORKS BECAUSE IT CHANGES YOUR HABITS THAT ARE LEADING YOU TO WEIGHT GAIN DEPENDING ON YOUR UNIQUE SITUATION
  6. 6. THERE ARE MANY MARKETERS THAT USE LIFESTYLE CHANGE TERMINOLOGY WHEN THEY ARE ACTUALLY ADVERTISING ANOTHER DIET
  7. 7. HERE ARE A FEW WAYS YOU CAN TELL A DIET FROM A LIFESTYLE CHANGE PROGRAM
  8. 8. Many Restrictions Any program that tells you to restrict/omit certain foods when you do not have a specific health condition like, Type II Diabetes or food sensitivities, is likely a diet. For most people without health conditions, you can eat all foods as long as you learn how to balance them appropriately
  9. 9. Counting, counting, & more counting Counting calories, fat, carbs, or anything does not address habits, it becomes a temporary fix A lifestyle change will highlight how to balance your meals and what foods to eat more of daily This type of insight naturally lowers your calorie level, fat, carbs, etc. with no counting necessary.
  10. 10. Eating the same menu daily or weekly Eating planned meals instead of learning how to meal plan on your own is similar to counting calories, it provides a temporary fix Your old habits are still on standby when you get bored. Look for a program that gives you simple steps on how to meal plan on your own. It is okay to use structured meal plans to get started, but make sure you are also getting support so you can do it on your own
  11. 11. The same program for everyone Is this plan personalized just for you? It should be, because no two people are alike. For example, if you are in your 50's and have Type II Diabetes, your diet recommendations for weight loss will drastically differ from a 25 year old with no health issues. You are unique and need a personalized plan
  12. 12. Promises quick results A dramatic weight loss in a short amount of time can damage the body by losing muscle, bone, and water too quickly. You should only be losing about 1/2 pound to 1 pound a week
  13. 13. No Exercise Needed Be suspicious of diet plans that do not require you to exercise. This does not change your behavior towards a healthy lifestyle. Physical activity is important in weight loss and helps provide long term health benefits Aim for at least 30 to 60 minutes of physical activity most days of the week
  14. 14. Good Foods vs Bad Foods A good lifestyle program should educate you on how to see food. Foods are often differentiated as 'good' food or 'bad' food, but all foods can be bad and good, depending on how much of it you consume. Of course, there are foods that are better for you, but nothing is off limits as long as it does not conflict with your health ie. diabetes, food allergies, etc. Moderation is key
  15. 15. LIFESTYLE CHANGE IS ABOUT CHANGING HABITS
  16. 16. MANY PROGRAMS PROVIDE A HYBRID OF SOME QUICK FIX LIKE COUNTING CALORIES OR STRUCTURED MEAL PLANS AND SUPPORT TO MAKE LONG- TERM CHANGES
  17. 17. WHEN CHOOSING A PROGRAM MAKE SURE IT INCLUDES GUIDANCE FOR MAKING CHANGES AND NOT JUST A QUICK FIX
  18. 18. WE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU Real Living Nutrition A Balanced Approached To Eating Healthy In Real Life

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