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Choosing A Diet Plan

There's so many diet plans out there. Which is the best one for me? Let's be honest, there's not ONE single diet that is without a doubt the best diet for every person to follow. This world is diverse. We have different body types, different dietary preferences, different budgets, different amounts of time, and different nutrition knowledge levels. But what is true is that the human body is adaptable to a lot of different kinds of diets. So what's the best diet for you? Pick one that will help you raise your nutrition awareness and attention. Research shows that paying better attention to what you eat is a key factor in whether you lose fat, get lean, and improve your health. Pick a diet that focuses on food quality. If they are recommending whole, minimally processed, nutrient-rich foods, then go for it! Lastly, pick a diet that helps control appetite and food intake. No need to count calories here either! That just gets old and tiring! When you're more aware of what you're eating and choosing higher quality food, you'll be more in tune with your own hunger and appetite.

At VFC, we actually stay far away from diet plans and help our clients make personal applications week-to-week to build sustainable habits that last a lifetime. Diets are temporary, but the healthy habits we teach can become permanent, so that you never have to search for another diet again.

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