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Do you feel like you’re always on a diet? And by any chance, is this diet getting old and boring? It’s time for you to try something new. Get a hold of the latest nutrition trends of 2018 that actually don’t feel like your common routine diet.
Slow down your cooking. Or shall we say, stop coking at all? The raw food diet it’s what’s in and cooking is out. Cooking your meals apparently gets rids of all types of nutrients. And who wants to miss out on those nutrients? Try some uncooked vegetables, nuts, seeds, grains and legumes and mix these up with unpasteurized milk and cheese, raw fish and meat. Deliciously raw!
The lowest of the low – carbs style
Going to the lowest point hasn’t felt this good since…well, never. The so-called Ketogenic Diet averages only about 5 percent of calories from carbs. That’s close to, nothing. This diet calls for tons of meats, poultry, fish, eggs, higher-fat dairy (like butter, cheese, and cream), healthy fats (such as oils, nuts, seeds and avocados), plus vegetables that are low in carbs. Avoid anything starchy!
30 Days of Clean Eating
There’s a new trend in town and it takes 30 days of your time. The Whole30 diet consists of you consuming whole, unprocessed foods for one month. You must also quit all added sugars, artificial sweeteners, alcohol, grains, most legumes and peas, soy products, dairy plus processed foods with certain additives. What can you eat? All sorts of veggies, fruits, nuts and seeds (including nut milks and nut butters), eggs, fish, meat, poultry, and a few types of oils and fats. Clean eating can also taste good!