.Health and well-being have to be more than just calories in vs calories out.
While the "calories in versus calories out" model matters for weight loss, calories are not created equal for your health.
Different foods have different effects on various processes in your body, regardless of calorie contents.
You will only lose weight if you consume fewer calories than you burn, regardless of the types of food you eat, but indeed, it is not all about weight loss?
Diets rich in nutrient-dense foods are consistently linked to a lower risk of chronic diseases, such as diabetes and heart disease, and may even help you live longer.
The "calories in versus calories out" model fail to consider nutrient density, which is an excellent reason to doubt its relevance to your health and well-being.
Focusing on calories alone may cause you to miss the bigger picture.
Some foods can make it easier for you to remain at a healthy weight and optimism your overall health, so why not focus on nourishing and fuelling your body with the nutrients and minerals it needs to thrive.
Increasing your energy levels has many benefits and can help us cope with everyday stresses and increase our chances of making positive longer-lasting changes.
Different foods can impact your hormones, metabolism, hunger, and feelings of fullness differently, influencing your calorie intake and affecting your choices and sustainability.
Let's ditch the high calorific nutrition-less food and stop the endless circle of fad diets.
Focus on fundamental long term changes that will benefit the whole of your body with the nutrients and minerals needed to increase energy levels.
A well-balanced diet does not need to be complicated or time-consuming.