Nowadays diets are more about empowering you. They’re designed to fit into your life with little-to-no upheaval, and to work for you, not the oth…
Diets are changing. And we couldn’t be happier that they are. They used to be all about restriction, all about self-denial, self-loathing, reversing binges, fitting in last year’s swimsuit; but that’s all changing.
Nowadays diets are more about empowering you. They’re designed to fit into your life with little-to-no upheaval, and to work for you, not the other way around.
Diets like 5:2 encourage you to eat what you want but eat less on certain days and more on others; the paleo diet is about eating like our ancestors did, cutting out processed foods along with dairy, alcohol, and sugar; and the ketogenic diet proposes reduced carb intake and increased fat intake.
At Lifesum, we think the shift away from restriction is a good one. We think diets should focus more on overall health, and leaving you better equipped to live well.
That’s why we’ve created three new health plans for 2019: The Vegan For A Week health plan, and the two new 3-week Ketogenic health plans for weight loss and weight maintenance.
The Vegan For A Week health plan lasts just seven days, and is an introduction to a balanced and nutritious vegan lifestyle. It helps you to avoid the pitfalls of vegan lifestyles by offering comprehensive food lists, delicious and inspiring vegan recipes, and custom macro goals for each meal each day. It’s all you need to try a week of veganism.
The new ketogenic plans are designed to help you see the best results in the shortest amount of time and with the least effort. Sound too good to be true? They’re not!
With these plans, personalised daily fat, carb and protein goals are provided, along with a list of food dos and donts and Keto recipes for every meal of the day, including snacks. They take all the hard work of calculating for you so that you can focus on cooking and eating.
Are you ready for the new dieting approaches of 2019? Hold on to your seatbelts, the future is coming!
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