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Inclusive vs. Exclusive dieting

Updated: Jun 27

Make your diet inclusive rather than exclusive.


When trying to make a change with diet many people will begin excluding certain foods or even whole food groups. For example by removing sugar, meat, dairy, gluten, carbohydrates or even vegetables (!).

This is an example of a diet that's exclusionary and ultimately unhelpful as it can lead to a negative relationship with food or feelings of guilt and failure if these 'bad foods' are consumed.




INSTEAD, MAKE YOUR DIET iNCLUSIVE OF FOODS THAT BENEFIT YOU.


And focus instead each day on what you should aim to consume to support your goals, whether they be health, performance or body composition related.


For example: protein, vegetables and wholegrains.



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