Lifestyle Diet of the New Year Summary
• Dr. David Long encourages setting up a lifestyle diet as one of the most popular New Year’s resolutions to get in shape.
• He recommends personalizing a diet that suits and serves you, rather than trendy fad diets, for resolution success.
• The best diet involves taking an honest look at what foods are helping fuel you and which ones make you feel depleted, then subtracting the latter from your meals.
• Regular exercise and eating unprocessed or minimally processed food with moderate portions should be kept in mind when creating this personalized plan for success!
Wouldn’t it be great to keep the promises you make to yourself. Imagine making a new year’s resolution and actually keeping it! One of the most popular new year’s resolutions every single year is: “I’m going to start eating better and get myself in shape”.
That’s an awesome resolution and one that could potentially change your life forever rather than trendy fad diets. I recommend setting up a lifestyle diet that both suits you, serves you and keeps you on track for resolution success.
Now, there are a lot of diets out there you can try, but it’s crucial that you choose one that fits you. So what diet fits you?
How can you personalize a diet you’ll stick with, well, since you know yourself better than anyone else that will be up to you. You don’t have to go paleo or keto or Atkins or vegetarian.
You can just do the best meat diet. The Best Me diet begins by taking a look at what you were eating, and honestly deciding what foods are helping fuel you and which foods are making you feel depleted.
It’s a simple assessment and subtraction. One thing to note: the best diets include exercising regularly and eating a variety of unprocessed or minimally processed foods with moderate portions.
Keep that in mind, as you set yourself up for your most successful year, now go make this resolution into a reality. You can do it!
I’m Dr. David Long, and that was the long story short!