We are all aware of the latest diet craze that a particular celebrity will be trying out. Or how stunning such and such a person looks after a dramatic weight loss. The media is full of it all. But what they tend to focus on is how good they look, and perhaps not how they feel. Often diets can be unsustainable and even create future problems and issues with foods. However, there are some diet crazes that have lived up to the hype. Which is why I thought i would share with you some of them. If you have any experiences of them, do let me know.
Cutting out the sugar
A sugar free life has been promoted by many people over the year. With recipe books being released on how to create meals with no sugar in them at all. However, there are huge benefits to life by reducing or cutting out the sugar completely. It can help you lose weight for sure, and it can also have a positive impact on things like your skin and increase your energy surprisingly. It might not be so easy at first, so taking things like miracle berry tablets could help. This is something that helps turn sour tasting items into something you can eat. For example, lemons or grapefruits. While this isn’t cutting out sugar completely, because of the fruit glucose, it is much better than gorging on chocolate.
Juicing has been a craze that just doesn’t seem to want to go away. And for a good reason. Juicing is a fast way of detoxing your body while still ensuring you are getting the nutrients and vitamins your body needs to function. Many people like Jason Vale promote detoxes that can last 3, 5 and 7 days. While it may offer you great results fast, the idea is to make sure that you can sustain the weight loss going forward. So including the juicing into everyday life and balancing it with a healthy diet.
Clean eating or eating clean is a relatively new trend that has come to the surface. But there are some positive reasons as to why. This is essentially getting any ingredients you cook with from the source. Ensuring that the product hasn’t had any chemical moderation for longer shelf life etc. While it can be more of a lifestyle change, you still need to ensure that you are eating the right things. However eating clean means you are eating more natural products. So are less likely to reach for a high sugar ready meal or something that isn’t good for you.
Calorie counting is an old fashioned method of losing weight. But when done sensibly it can help you on a sustainable weight loss journey. The reason why it has been around for so long is that it does work. A woman needs on average 1500 calories a day to lose weight effectively, and a man needs 2000 calories. Thankfully, there is much more information out there as to how many calories are in foods. Making this diet much easier to follow.
Have you tried any of the above crazes?