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What Do You Want to Remove From Your Diet?

What Are You Trying to Give Up in Your Diet?

Staying fit and healthy requires adhering to a combination of lifestyle routines, and sometimes that means you should be cutting down on things that aren't necessary. While most things are OK in moderation (or to indulge in on occasion), there are specific things in particular that are more likely to take a toll on your waistline and your health. Swapping out some of these for healthier options, or removing them from your diet entirely, will increase the success of your fitness regime and help you on your way to a happier, healthier self! So we want to know: what item in your diet do you want to reduce or remove?

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gdubois gdubois 3 years

I have no had sugar, wheat, dairy, gluten, soy, nuts, fruit & eggs in 12 years!

peachbonnet peachbonnet 3 years

I just focus on eating unprocessed foods and eating a reasonable amount. I know if I give up any one thing, then it'll lead to disaster. Even though I try to stay away from sugar, I know that sharing a slice of cake with my boyfriend from my favorite bakery is going to be better than feeling restricted all the time and like I'm not living. And I do make a lot of my own sweets with healthier substitutions with lower GI.

gm8789 gm8789 3 years

Elimination diets really do not work. They often lead to binges. Everything in moderation is key :). The only thing that we probably overeat is sugar. So maybe just overall calorie cutting is the best way to lose weight.

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