3 reasons why at least 95% of diet plans fail when it comes to you achieving your goals and sustaining long term health, body goals, or both.
I have failed lots of people in the past by writing them a meal plan and prescribing them what to eat on a daily basis. Yes, some of them had results for maybe 4-6 weeks but then each and every one of them was back to square one or worse after this period. Why? Diet plans are not sustainable.
In order to achieve a good looking body and good wellness, just like anything in life, you have to apply yourself and be willing to learn about your body. This is why tracking your calorie intake and daily movement is such a vital component in terms of you optimising your body.
There is such a vast range of nutrients out there found mainly within whole unprocessed foods such as vegetables, fresh meat/fish/poultry, fruit etc which is why it is important that you don’t restrict the kinds of foods you eat, rotating your food sources are key. Download the app ‘Myfitnesspal’ and start tracking your calorie intake, it is as simple as imputing your goals into the app ie weight loss or weight gain, aim to hit around 1 gram of protein per pound of bodyweight. (if you weight 150lbs, then try to average around 150g protein) Also, aim to consume around 11grams of fibre per 1000 calories as a starting point.
For more info, Go check out one of my recent podcast’ episodes “Why diet plans fail and the importance of tracking your calories”.