Fad-diets are so 2016

Fad-diets are so 2016

It’s easy to fall into the trap of fad-diets. They seem easy, convenient and achievable, + promise so much it’s not surprising how many people line up to try them every year.

But the Doc is here to tell you that fad-diets don’t work.

They may seem like a great idea in the short-term, but fad-diets are not sustainable and can damage your long-term health. Making drastic changes for a short period of time is not healthy for you or your waistline, and most of the time the results don’t last once you return to your normal routine.

Health and wellness aren’t a finish line that you can trick your body into reaching. Health is a lifestyle that you need to work on consistently. Instead of trying another fad-diet, making small and achievable changes to your day will have positive long-term effects for your health. For example, try choosing the stairs over the escalator; drink sparkling water instead of soft drinks; or try Meat Free Mondays. Small changes will make a big difference for your future self.

We’ve covered the difference between weight loss and fat loss before. Fad-diets might help you lose weight in a short amount of time, but won’t help you with overall fat loss. Eating well-balanced whole foods and exercising is the best way to achieve the healthiest and happiest you.

The Doc is here to help you reach your goals with the New Year + New You fat loss program. Kick start 2017 with five days of breakfasts, lunches and dinners specifically designed to help you lose weight and feel great. The Doc is also offering complimentary fortnightly consults and ongoing support to keep you on track in the new year. Book online now to find out more about the Doc’s amazing eight week New Year + New You package.

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