Would you try this strict four-week challenge for a "perfect body & # 39; Diet that forbids nine important foods, the internet takes off in a hurry – and beer and wine are allowed
- The list was shared in September 2018 but now serves as inspiration for the resolution
- Many have said that they are willing to try to meet their goals for weight loss
- Australians have said that the challenge is to do because of a missing item
Claudia Poposki for Daily Mail Australia
Lyndi Cohen (photo), dietitian and the author of The Nude Nutritionist, said that there are advantages to cutting processed food
With the start of the new year, many people are working hard to keep their resolutions.
And now a diet-related Facebook page has issued a four-week challenge that would help people stay motivated to meet their health-related resolutions.
The challenge includes a list of nine prohibited items such as hot chips, soda water and ice.
Although it was released in September 2018, people use the list as a motivation for their new year, new I & # 39; goals.
& # 39; I have to try to get this off & # 39 ;, said a person on the Facebook post.
Could you give up chips to meet your resolution? A diet-related Facebook page has issued a four-week challenge that can help people stay motivated to meet their health-related resolutions (stock image)
& # 39; Some of these I have no problem with, but some I know that I will. & # 39;
While another person said they went in for a January & # 39;
& # 39; Do not drink soft drinks, fried foods, white bread with fast food, so I go for dry January & # 39 ;, they wrote.
What is the challenge of four weeks?
- No white bread
- No soft drinks
- No fried food
- No fast food
- No cookies
- No ice creams
- No hot chips
- No lollies
- No cake or donuts
I hope you lose what you need and get what you want, I have five weeks to lose six kilos. & # 39;
However, some Australians find a loop in the challenge – the fact that beer is not considered to be banned.
One man wrote: & # 39; There is no beer, but. & # 39;
While another person wrote: "Beer is not listed, so I think it is feasible."
We could do this … says nothing about beer, & # 39; wrote another.
Lyndi Cohen, who is a dietitian and the author of The Nude Nutritionist, said there are benefits to removing processed foods such as those on the list because they improve your mood, help your skin and lose weight.
The problem, however, is that this approach is incredibly unsustainable & # 39 ;, Cohen told FEMAIL.
She said the benefits are short-term, meaning that any lost weight can be regained as soon as a person stops this diet.
& # 39; Some of which I have no problem & # 39 ;: despite being issued in September 2018, people use the list as motivation for their new year, new I & # 39; goals (inventory)
Mrs. Cohen recommends to slowly reduce these foods to 'easy, normal and natural & # 39; feels like a long-term approach.
She said the problem with making a forbidden list of foods is that you are going to crave these items more and you're preparing yourself for failure & # 39 ;.
De The cold turkey approach can also damage your relationship with food, & # 39; she said, which means that you can turn to this diet if you feel emotional and cause binge eating.