The Only Diet You'll Ever Need

The Only Diet You'll Ever Need

The Only Diet You'll Ever Need - I Take You by the Hand to Create Your Own Personal Diet

Having a good and healthy diet is something that plagues millions of Americans across the country.
In fact, there are very few people who actually have really figured out how to keep and maintain a good nutritious diet.

Now, I'm not saying that I have a perfect diet, but in my years of lifting and learning and researching nutrition, I have picked up a thing or two that I think can help you to keep a good diet.
Alright, so the first thing that you should establish is what your ideal weight is. Are you currently at your ideal weight? Could you stand to gain a few pounds? Lose a few pounds? Be honest with yourself here, it'll pay off, trust me.

So, I'm going to go out on a limb and say that most people wouldn't mind losing a little bit of weight. This is going to serve as motivation for you, basically, you're going to decide how seriously you want to lose weight, and then we're going to go from there.

Now, typically here's what I recommend people do to start their diet. The first thing you need to do is figure out how many calories you're currently eating. Yes, this will require that you keep note of what you're eating. If you don't like that, well, tough cookies. If you really want to have a good diet you need to at least moderately keep track of the food that you eat.

So, for 3 days I want you to keep track of what you eat. At the end of the three days, go ahead and take the average of your caloric intake. Alright, this is going to be your starting point for your diet.

If you want to lose weight, then take off 500 calories from that number you just came up with. That's going to be how many calories you eat per day now. That will equal out to losing approximately 1 pound a week.

Conversely, if you want to gain weight, add 500 calories to your diet. Again, about 1 pound a week is how much you'll gain.
From here it's kind of up to you. Use common sense when you're eating. As a general rule, keep your fats and carbs pretty low. Stay away from soda. Fast food is bad. You know all that stuff though, so it'd be pointless for me to go in depth about it here.

The real ticket to a successful diet is to keep track of what you put into your body. Start doing that and I promise that you'll start losing weight. Or gaining weight if that's what you want.

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