Ever thought that about your diet? That it’s a short term, time limited and painful period that you need to get through to go back to the life you want to live?
From the article:
When it comes to diets that restrict carbohydrates, the amount of carbs in the diet is less important than the type of carb. The CDC identifies “good” carbs as those that are naturally occurring in plant-based foods (i.e. fruits, whole grains) and provide dietary fiber without added sugars.
This is the part we forget – that we should change our lifestyle, not just part of the food we eat. It needs to be a long term change, not a short term fix. You should be looking for ways to eat healthier – more fruits and vegetables, more fiber, less sugars – to make the changes stick. And treat yourself every once in a while.