I have some basic principles:
Eat as naturally as possible, i.e. avoid processed stuff and go for simple and real food instead.
Eat as organically as possible and preferably locally grown produce.
Make sure to eat more raw than cooked food and more plants than animals.
Change your diet slowly and never force yourself to do something for which you're not yet ready.
Keep a food diary to find out what makes you feel and look better and what does not.
Walk 10,000 steps every day.
Use common sense!
I know this sounds simple and, of course, I help my clients put together a sensible step-by-step guide.
However, I've found that the simpler the instructions, the greater the chances to sustainably change your diet and lifestyle. We live in a world where contradictory studies pop up every week and even experts can get confused. How can "normal" consumers possibly keep track of what they should or should not eat?
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