Why Diets Don't Work

How many diets have we all heard of and worse yet, tried? Everywhere you turn there are commercials of fad diets, pills, powders, all touting the magic bullet for weight loss. No wonder diets are a billion-dollar industry, so many companies making money off diets that don’t work in the long run.

Diets manipulate us into choosing foods we don’t necessarily like and overanalyzing every bite we take. Counting and measuring until we can’t take it anymore. Then we throw in the towel, quitting the impossible diet, gaining all the weight we once lost and perhaps adding on a few more pounds before we even started.

It doesn’t have to be this way! Food is meant to nourish us and food is meant to be celebrated and eaten with gratitude. Why not try listening to your body and feed it whole, unprocessed foods that do a body good.

Simply put, diets don’t work. We are all individuals and what works for one person does not necessarily work for another. “One person’s food is another person’s poison.”

Learning to feed yourself consciously and making small changes along the way that are best for your body is a recipe for success. It’s also important to slow down, eat a home-cooked meal surrounded by loved-ones, taking the time to connect with one another. Remember, food is not the only thing in life that serves and nourishes us.


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