Hello 2020! We are now merrily into the second week and people’s resolutions are already falling by the waist side. Sigh! Could it be that most don’t set realistic goals? Probably. Could it be that many follow the latest fad and realize quickly that they can’t sustain it for a lifetime? Again, probably! And I am not only talking about diets my friends. There are also those people who set new workout goals way too ambitiously for someone who’s been sitting on their couch all year long. Or making the decision to get more sleep and starting off with a 2-hour earlier bedtime. I mean really, that is just ridiculous. Let’s all agree to slow down and approach our 2020 goals with patience, intention and a really good sense of humor!
In this week’s The Keri Report:
- 6 Diet Trends To Leave Behind in 2019, According to Nutritionists
- Adele Reportedly Lost Weight On The Sirtfood Diet – But Should You Try It?
- Kim Kardashian’s Epic Kitchen Tour Revealed Her ‘Plant-based’ Diet. Here’s What That Means:
6 Diet Trends To Leave Behind in 2019, According to Nutritionists – Health Magazine
In case you need a refresher on what trends were NOT popular among nutrition experts this past year; OR if you want to play a game with yourself (Hey, I for one LOVE on-line quizzes!) to test your knowledge on what craziness in the nutrition world appeared in 2019, this article is for you! Either way, hope you enjoy. Personally, I loved chiming in!
Adele Reportedly Lost Weight On The Sirtfood Diet – But Should You Try It? – Prevention Magazine
And once again another celebrity in the public eye supposedly following a crazy diet to lose weight. Oh wait, did I just give a spoiler? Sorry, couldn’t help myself. Anyway, I will admit though that this diet has lots of healthy foods included, but one still can’t ignore the calorie restriction. I think Adele has an AMAZING voice, but her choice in diet plans not so much!
Well, isn’t this a shocker! It’s the beginning of a new year and I am not blasting Kim’s nutrition choices but rather agreeing with her! I know, who am I? Anyhoo, I do think though that many people are confused as to what a plant-based diet really is. (Maybe even Kim? HA!) Is it the same as a vegan diet? Nope. Vegetarian Diet? Nope! Thanks to Yahoo for asking me to help clear up this confusing new trend.