The Best New Diet

The best new diet: The anti-diet | no more miserable diets, this is the way to a healthy lifestyle that fits your real life and your own needs, no more restriction only enjoyment and health

Are you sick and tired of failing at dieting? No more, this best new new diet is based on science, and will lead you to a life of health and happiness.

Why This Change

Since finishing up grad school, my nutrition tune has changed. I’m slowly releasing those layers of encouraging restriction and focusing on weight to instead focusing on enjoyment and reality. It’s been a nerve-wracking transition because it goes against most everything I’d learned in my nutrition program. It is the antithesis of what I did while working my first hospital jobs. But you want to know what I’ve noticed?

Refocusing my, and my clients’ attention to habits vs weight, making goals really specific to my clients’ needs, making sure those goals align with deep priorities and are enjoyable. Not focusing on what you can’t do, but rather what you can.

It’s been life changing. Read a bit more here…. and follow along for more

I’ve seen so many light bulbs go off in clients’ heads, seen changes being made on their terms in ways that work for them; and most importantly, seen those changes stick. They leave feeling empowered and excited, not overwhelmed and dreading their new ‘healthy lifestyle.’

The Best New Diet: The Anti-Diet.

I wrote an article a few weeks about this great new diet, I call it the anti-diet, it doesn’t call into question your willpower or your ability, it opens the door to give you permission to work toward the nourishing life you’ve always wanted. Here’s the full article.

Also, here are a few other things I hate about dieting, because you’re worthy of more than a miserable restricted life-

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Let’s get chatty-Β what do you think about this diet to end all diets-

  • Does it sound reasonable?
  • Does it sound exciting?
  • Does it sound like it could work?

Comments

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    Lauren Harris-Pincus
    July 9, 2017

    I love the point about lifestyle being a diet in disguise. Especially “clean” eaters. So many of my patients are professional dieters and yet no one is happy or healthy.

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      Rebecca
      July 10, 2017

      so so so true, thanks for sharing! yes, dieting doesn’t lead us to happiness or health

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    Diane Boyd
    July 12, 2017

    Agree! I love that the anti diet says “I trust you with food!” So important for people to feel this,

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    Farrah
    August 18, 2017

    Great read–this is so very true! Love the anti-diet! πŸ˜›

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      Rebecca
      August 21, 2017

      thanks Farrah! it’s so important for people to hear this from their docs, so it’s extra wonderful hearing it from you πŸ™‚

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    Sarah
    August 18, 2017

    Amen to this, I love this and we need to have better relationships with food.

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      Rebecca
      August 21, 2017

      so true! we can always be mindful of how we view foods & eating

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    Esther
    August 19, 2017

    Yes! This is SO true and needs to be talked about more! We need real sustainable lifestyle changes that can help us reach our goals without all the restrictions!

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      Rebecca
      August 21, 2017

      amen! If we could focus on what we can do & what feels good we’re setting ourselves up way better for a healthy & happy life

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    Angela @marathonsandmotivation.com
    August 19, 2017

    this sounds great! I don’t believe in diets, so this is perfect!! I just try to eat healthy every day.

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      Rebecca
      August 21, 2017

      me too! I remember hearing it mentioned, so I bought & read it on my own, but it seemed more like an off handed comment vs an intentional recommendation. It also could have been from a guest lecturer

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