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Which diet is right for you

By Edited Jun 8, 2015 1 1

These days the bookstores are so full of diet books that it can all be quite confusing. Which diet is right for you, will it suit your specific needs, and what makes one diet better than the other? The truth is, technically any one of those diets can work if followed religiously as the body prefers routine so any form of regular eating patterns will help you look and feel better. The problem with these diet books is that they are very generalized and designed to suit the mass population. In order for a diet to be 100% effective, it needs to be customized to you and your specific health and fitness goals.

Not all diets work for everyone, some are very strict and require a lot of thinking on your part. Creating new eating habits is a very big first step and if that first step is too complicated it can get pretty overwhelming and then diet retention suffers.

What might make it even harder to follow is if you do not enjoy the taste of many of the foods prescribed to you in your diet. In order for a diet to stick and for you to see results, it needs to contain foods that you actually like and enjoy eating. If you can look forward to a meal, there is a better chance of you eating it and sticking with the diet in the long run.

If you are an active individual, then you will have additional specific nutritional needs. Physically active individuals will require more vitamins, minerals, and nutrients on a daily basis in order to sustain the greater amount of activity and fuel optimal results. Most diets do not account for this and leave your body feeling hungry, fatigued and overworked.

With a customized diet plan in place, you are sure to have everything you need to keep your body running at the highest level. This is the only true way to ensure positive results are met which then fuels even more motivation and increases diet retention.

To get your customized meal plan, simply click on the "my kitchen" page of your One80.com personal profile page to get your free diet analysis and meal plan.



Sep 12, 2009 12:32pm
TX for the diet info so well composed for easy use.
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