3 Questions to Consider when Analyzing Diet Options

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(Last Updated On: April 28, 2017)

A common challenge for those trying to lose weight is selecting the ideal diet. In considering your dietary options, it’s important to work with experts in the health industry to select a diet that suits your unique health needs and weight loss goals. In this latest post, the team at Physiomed explores three questions to ask when building your ideal diet.

1. Which Foods Do I Consume the Most?
The foods you consume the most should be integrated somehow within your diet. Obviously, refined sugars and other unhealthy foods should be limited, but if you love that bowl of pasta or eat a lot of meat during your day, you should build your diet based on these food products. For example, you might choose a ketogenic diet if you’re okay with removing pasta and other carbs from your diet, but love meat and vegetable dishes.

2. What Are the Local Meal Options?
If you have limited time in your work schedule, you’re unlikely to want to drive to that organic food store 20 miles away to try to find the ideal food for your new diet. When building a dietary regimen, it’s important that the options you select can be easily added to your diet. Try to pick foods that you would normally eat and work with the portion sizes until you can mitigate any weight gain from the food products. This will ensure your overall lifestyle isn’t impacted by a change in diet.

3. What Are My Triggers?
When analyzing your eating habits, it’s important to consider the triggers that lead you to eat unhealthy products. The trigger might be stress or lack of sleep, for example. Try to review these triggers and find a way to remove them from your life for the long-term. You might also remove any unhealthy foods from your home, as the first step to managing unhealthy eating habits.

This infographic can guide you in achieving optimal health over the coming years. Check it out to learn more.

Infographic Source: http://www.physiomed.ca/healthy-ways-to-lose-weight-and-keep-it-off/

 

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