💥Win At Nutrition With Addition, Not Subtraction . Look, I get it. I think we’ll all prefer to get results like, yesterday. A lot of the time this line of thinking seems to lead to elimination diets. Some cut gluten. Others cut dairy. Sugar has to go too, right? And more times than not, all of the above are cut all at once! . There are a few problems with this: what are you going to eat now that you’ve cut 14 food groups? Will you be happy enough to sustain this? . Weight loss is hard, I’d be lying if it wasn’t. Eating “healthy” can be a chore too, because cheeseburgers. My way of thinking leans more toward this: what can I add to my day that will help me reach my goals? . But you didn’t cut anything! All you did was add stuff, that means more calories and gluten and sugar and CARBS! . BUT, by adding things to your daily diet and making them a priority, other things will start to filter themselves out. . — More protein and fibrous veggies at each meal will fill you up faster and keep you feeling full longer (which means less “bad calories” bc you’re full, duh) . — Water before meals will help you eat less because you’re stomach can only hold so much (and let’s face it, we’ve all mistaken thirst for hunger) . — Another round of extra veggies will just aid in your aid in your quest for fullness so we can avoid those moments when we want to eat EVERYTHING . You’ll still be hungry. It will still suck sometimes. The addition route will technically take “longer”, but the subtraction route is rarely sustainable. The addition method and building habits can and will help you stay in the game for life. Just give it a shot — and some time. :)

//💥Win At Nutrition With Addition, Not Subtraction . Look, I get it. I think we’ll all prefer to get results like, yesterday. A lot of the time this line of thinking seems to lead to elimination diets. Some cut gluten. Others cut dairy. Sugar has to go too, right? And more times than not, all of the above are cut all at once! . There are a few problems with this: what are you going to eat now that you’ve cut 14 food groups? Will you be happy enough to sustain this? . Weight loss is hard, I’d be lying if it wasn’t. Eating “healthy” can be a chore too, because cheeseburgers. My way of thinking leans more toward this: what can I add to my day that will help me reach my goals? . But you didn’t cut anything! All you did was add stuff, that means more calories and gluten and sugar and CARBS! . BUT, by adding things to your daily diet and making them a priority, other things will start to filter themselves out. . — More protein and fibrous veggies at each meal will fill you up faster and keep you feeling full longer (which means less “bad calories” bc you’re full, duh) . — Water before meals will help you eat less because you’re stomach can only hold so much (and let’s face it, we’ve all mistaken thirst for hunger) . — Another round of extra veggies will just aid in your aid in your quest for fullness so we can avoid those moments when we want to eat EVERYTHING . You’ll still be hungry. It will still suck sometimes. The addition route will technically take “longer”, but the subtraction route is rarely sustainable. The addition method and building habits can and will help you stay in the game for life. Just give it a shot — and some time. :)

💥Win At Nutrition With Addition, Not Subtraction . Look, I get it. I think we’ll all prefer to get results like, yesterday. A lot of the time this line of thinking seems to lead to elimination diets. Some cut gluten. Others cut dairy. Sugar has to go too, right? And more times than not, all of the above are cut all at once! . There are a few problems with this: what are you going to eat now that you’ve cut 14 food groups? Will you be happy enough to sustain this? . Weight loss is hard, I’d be lying if it wasn’t. Eating “healthy” can be a chore too, because cheeseburgers. My way of thinking leans more toward this: what can I add to my day that will help me reach my goals? . But you didn’t cut anything! All you did was add stuff, that means more calories and gluten and sugar and CARBS! . BUT, by adding things to your daily diet and making them a priority, other things will start to filter themselves out. . — More protein and fibrous veggies at each meal will fill you up faster and keep you feeling full longer (which means less “bad calories” bc you’re full, duh) . — Water before meals will help you eat less because you’re stomach can only hold so much (and let’s face it, we’ve all mistaken thirst for hunger) . — Another round of extra veggies will just aid in your aid in your quest for fullness so we can avoid those moments when we want to eat EVERYTHING . You’ll still be hungry. It will still suck sometimes. The addition route will technically take “longer”, but the subtraction route is rarely sustainable. The addition method and building habits can and will help you stay in the game for life. Just give it a shot — and some time. :)

💥Win At Nutrition With Addition, Not Subtraction
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Look, I get it. I think we’ll all prefer to get results like, yesterday. A lot of the time this line of thinking seems to lead to elimination diets. Some cut gluten. Others cut dairy. Sugar has to go too, right? And more times than not, all of the above are cut all at once!
.
There are a few problems with this: what are you going to eat now that you’ve cut 14 food groups? Will you be happy enough to sustain this?
.
Weight loss is hard, I’d be lying if it wasn’t. Eating “healthy” can be a chore too, because cheeseburgers. My way of thinking leans more toward this: what can I add to my day that will help me reach my goals?
.
But you didn’t cut anything! All you did was add stuff, that means more calories and gluten and sugar and CARBS!
.
BUT, by adding things to your daily diet and making them a priority, other things will start to filter themselves out.
.
— More protein and fibrous veggies at each meal will fill you up faster and keep you feeling full longer (which means less “bad calories” bc you’re full, duh)
.
— Water before meals will help you eat less because you’re stomach can only hold so much (and let’s face it, we’ve all mistaken thirst for hunger)
.
— Another round of extra veggies will just aid in your aid in your quest for fullness so we can avoid those moments when we want to eat EVERYTHING
.
You’ll still be hungry. It will still suck sometimes. The addition route will technically take “longer”, but the subtraction route is rarely sustainable. The addition method and building habits can and will help you stay in the game for life. Just give it a shot — and some time. :)

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