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by Hannah Whittenly, The Health Advocate

 
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If you’re looking to get healthy again, it’s important to take the proper measures to make it happen. One of the first steps involves exercise. You have to make sure you’re incorporating movement into your daily lifestyle. You also need to make sure you’re following an effective diet plan. There are so many diets on the market. Consider one of these five to get started.

Whole 30 Diet
The Whole 30 diet incorporates foods and ingredients the average person can pronounce. It emphasizes the use of whole, unprocessed ingredients in order to achieve results. On the Whole 30 Diet, an individual can eat lots of vegetables and natural fats. They can also enjoy reasonable amounts of meat and seafood. They can also enjoy lots of seasonings, herbs and delightful spices to enhance their culinary experience. The diet prohibits the use of sugar, dairy and copious amounts of fruit.

Ketogenic Diet
The Ketogenic Diet is truly on the rise. It’s one of the most popular diets sweeping the nation. It focuses on the use of the body to effortlessly burn fat through a process called ketosis. It’s a moderate-protein, low-carb, high-fat diet that many people love because of their ability to experience the benefits of weight loss and increased energy.

Individual & Group Coaching Plans
There are tons of successful weight loss coaching programs to consider. Weight Watchers is endorsed by many celebrities. Like other coaching programs, it has developed a reputation for being effective. When you begin programs like Plan 7 coaching, you’ll go through various assessments to understand what your body truly needs in order to get into shape.

Mediterranean Diet
The Mediterranean Diet focuses on eating foods that are heavily consumed in the Mediterranean culture. Swap butter for extra virgin olive oil. Use olives, capers and fresh herbs to season and add flavor to the foods. A glass of wine is not a bad thing in the Mediterranean Diet. Lots of fresh, green vegetables like asparagus and broccoli are encouraged as well.

Veganism
With countless documentaries encouraging people to adopt veganism, it’s also seen as a diet that can help you get into shape. In order to be vegan, you’ll have to completely cut out all animal products and byproducts. Meat, dairy and seafood are strictly prohibited. You can eat lots of fruits, vegetables, nuts, grains and seeds. You can season your food with tons of flavor. There are countless health benefits of the vegan diet including weight loss, lower cholesterol and more.

As you work toward getting back into shape, understand that it’s a daily commitment. It’s important to make the right decisions with the food you consume so that you can really experience the results you want. It’s okay to enjoy a cheat meal every now and then. Do the 80/20 rule to indulge on a special occasion, but get back into shape.





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