Popular Healthy Diet Programs Require A Big Commitment, Up-Front.
Are you looking for a healthy diet that works, but isn’t too restrictive? Diet plans like Atkins, Weight Watchers (now WW) and Whole30 are just a few of the popular diets that offer impressive results, but with lots of restrictions. Here’s a breakdown:
Atkins: restricts carbohydrates
Weight Watchers: Daily point system with higher points for red meat, carbs, and fats. The lower the points, the better.
Whole30: eliminates sugar, alcohol, grain, legumes, soy and dairy
This year, instead of adopting a fad diet that dictates an immediate change in your lifestyle, why not start small for incremental change that actually works?
Healthy Diet Resolutions By The Numbers.
According to Statista, 51% of 2020 New Year’s resolutions are to eat healthier. Yearly statistics indicate 80% of New Year’s resolutions fail by February. Why do they fail? Studies show people forgo their resolutions because they feel overwhelmed by the intense changes to their daily lives. For instance, instead of joining a gym and going two times a week, people tell themselves they have to go seven days a week. That’s a huge time commitment and can create a drastic change in lifestyle.
Make Small, Incremental Changes For A Healthy Diet That Works.
At Sunrise Farms, we believe in a realistic approach to food and exercise by making small changes over time. Here are some easy changes to implement that can make a significant impact on your life:
Make a healthier breakfast three days a week
Walk up the stairs at work instead of taking the elevator
Skip that afternoon soda and have an unsweetened herbal tea, instead