There is no scientific evidence that proves diets work for the long term. Sure, you’ll see fast results if you try some kind of fad diet, but it won’t last long. Diets aren’t sustainable, which is why it’s important to learn healthy eating habits for the long term.
Eating healthy is about balance. It’s about enjoying a glass of wine and not feeling guilty about it. It’s about learning how to intuitively eat, listening to your body’s cues, and not attaching emotions to any of your meals. Healthy eating habits can be cultivated with a few simple changes—changes that won’t feel overwhelming or restrictive on your eating. We now know that restricted eating doesn’t work, so instead, here are a few healthy eating habits you can incorporate into daily life that will lead you closer to a healthier lifestyle. And yes, it can even help with losing those pesky extra pounds.
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