The BEST Diet For Your Lifestyle
Keto, paleo, vegan, low carb, no carb, carb cycling, intermittent fasting…
There is an overwhelming amount of approaches that you can take to your nutrition, but which one is best?
The thing is, there is no “best” diet.
There is no magic formula that will work for everyone.
Intermittent fasting is very popular right now, but fitting all of your food into an 8 hour window might not be optimal for you.
The meal plan from the bodybuilder at your gym may work for some people, but a protein shake, 3 egg whites, 6 almonds, and a slice of toast might leave you feeling unsatisfied.
Or maybe you tried the Keto diet because your friend lost 50 pounds on it, but you felt bloated because your body didn’t react well to the nuts and dairy products that you were eating.
Bottom line - what works for someone else may not work for you.
You need to find out which diet is best for YOUR body and YOUR lifestyle.
This means investing time into figuring out what works for YOU.
You won’t be able to determine which diet is best for you until you LEARN which foods your body reacts well to and which ones are causing you allergies and digestive issues.
This is why you need to start with an elimination.
You need to cut out highly inflammatory foods from your diet for 4-6 weeks to identify potential food sensitivities and intolerances.
Once you find out which foods are most optimal for your body, you can start experimenting with different nutrition lifestyles and adjusting your caloric intake until you find your sweet spot.
You might have been unsuccessful on the keto diet because you were eating the wrong foods. If you try the keto diet again, when you understand which foods work best for your body, you might be a lot more successful.
Or maybe you’ll realize that your body feels better when you eat more carbs... but you won’t know until you try it.
There is no guidebook to your nutrition.
It’s going to take trial and error, relentless effort and consistency to find out what truly works for you.
You’re going to need to customize, tweak and adjust your nutrition until you find your sweet spot.
Remember, YOU are in control of your nutrition.
You need to find a sustainable way of eating that works for YOU.
Most importantly, you need to be willing to put in the effort to figure it out.