Have you noticed that nutrition advice is going through a very interesting phase? The established food pyramid / food plate is under fire and there are any number of nutrition strategies fighting it out to be “the one”.
How can you possibly know what to do?
The problem with this question is that knowing what to do involves your brain making decisions. Perhaps it’s time to give your brain a break and let your body make decisions for you.
There are so many choices available to us that we can do some testing and let our body work out what is best. If you don’t like kale, don’t eat it. Bread makes you bloat? Don’t eat it. Liver makes your stomach turn? Don’t eat it.
Here are some things to consider when thinking about a change of eating:
Once you decide on your new eating plan, how do you know if it was a good choice? Give it a few weeks or sticking to it religiously, then assess:
Our dietflex eating plans are designed with flexibility to help you discover the eating plan that works best for your body. Many of our clients are surprised that, despite years of following the ‘healthy’ diet, what they thought they knew about nutrition didn’t really work for their body.
You can try by yourself, of course, but it may be worth giving us a call to see how specific coaching and support can be the big difference between poking around making mistake after mistake, and achieving the success you deserve.
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