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How to Start a Food Rebalancing?

 Food rebalancing: what exactly is it?

See what a restrictive diet looks like? A rebalancing is quite the opposite! The idea is to help you make new, healthier eating habits. So adopting a balanced diet will no longer be a daily struggle, but simply a reflex!

The goal is also to make you happy and not to frustrate you anymore. For that you have to eat everything, in the right quantity and at the right time! 

By gradually adopting good eating habits without depriving yourself of foods generally prohibited during a diet, your weight loss will occur naturally until you reach your healthy weight. The strong point of food rebalancing is that by eating better and at the right time of the day, you avoid the yoyo effect!

What is the yoyo effect?

This is an effect that occurs in 80% of people who are on restrictive diets. It is the act of regaining the weight you lost, or even more, following a period of too strong restriction. 

Why? Because a restrictive diet only lasts until you reach the desired goal, then you go straight back to your old habits. But what you have to understand is that your body has suffered a “shock” from the excessively restrictive diet. So when you stop the diet, it goes into "survival mode" and begins to store directly in anticipation of a next shock. Result: You gain even more weight than you lost! Thank you restrictive diets! 

But beyond the fact that you take a little more, you participate in the gradual increase of your point of balance. This is the weight that your body strives to keep naturally. Clearly, the more you diet, the more weight you gain.

It is for this reason that the food rebalancing is a process which is done gently, makes it possible to avoid the restriction and thus the effect-yoyo. It's the best way to eat healthy, lose weight over the long term and feel better in your sneakers!

The 20/80 principle:

However, if you want to lose weight and refine your figure in the long term, you have to know the 20/80 principle . Overall, 80% of the visible results in your weight loss will be due to your new habits and your food rebalancing . The remaining 20% will be the result of regular physical activity . But don't worry, you don't have to run a marathon every week! Daily walking or running when you are motivated will do just fine.

A little extra tip: don't hesitate to take the stairs instead of the elevator, it's these little details like these that make the difference during weight loss!

The 5 tips to start and succeed in a food rebalancing:

  • Don't skip breakfast! This meal allows you to last until lunch without feeling hungry and without wanting to snack.
  • Eat on smaller plates than usual to trick your brain into avoiding overeating. This is a simple trick to apply daily that allows you to reduce your portions little by little without realizing it.
  • Drink water! At least 1.5L per day. Hydrating regularly throughout the day helps maintain the body's vital functions, but it is also an important slimming ally. Indeed, water is a natural appetite suppressant even if this is not its first role: if you have a little desire to snack, drink a glass of water and you will see that your desire will pass.
  • Listen to your body's cravings: distinguish between the urge to eat (gluttony) and hunger. Ask yourself if you would eat a food that you dislike. If you would eat it then you are hungry, if you would not eat it it is gluttony and you just want to eat!
  • Get help from a dietitian / nutritionist! Make a free weight loss assessment over the phone with him and calculate your BMI. Then discover the steps to follow in terms of nutrition and good habits to adopt to reach your ideal weight.

Perform your weight loss assessment now to find the program that best matches your profile and your weight loss goal.

How to organize your food rebalancing?

In order to facilitate the implementation of your food rebalancing, do not hesitate to prepare your program and recipes for each week in advance - So you won't have to think about it the next day. By planning your menus, you save time and vary your meals more easily!

Then, in order to follow your progress, you can set up a food monitoring table. The latter is generally cut per week and can be done in several ways. Some give information about their waist or thigh ... when the goal is to refine your silhouette. If it is for you to follow the evolution of your weight, enter your weighings. 

How to organize your food rebalancing?

In order to facilitate the implementation of your food rebalancing, do not hesitate to prepare your program and recipes for each week in advance (we will send you by email so stay tuned). So you won't have to think about it the next day. By planning your menus, you save time and vary your meals more easily!

Then, in order to follow your progress, you can set up a food monitoring table. The latter is generally cut per week and can be done in several ways. Some give information about their waist or thigh ... when the goal is to refine your silhouette. If it is for you to follow the evolution of your weight, enter your weighings. 

That's It!

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