Are you struggling to achieve your targetted weight? Or have you recently been diagnosed with gluten-intolerance? Changing your diet because of these may sound challenging. And it’ll need some discipline if you want to achieve a healthier you. Gluten Free Travellers believe, though, that just because you’re on a specific diet, it doesn’t mean you can’t eat good and tasty food. And it doesn’t mean, either, that you should deprive yourself of food. It’s just a matter of knowing how to ease into your new diet, knowing what food you can and can’t eat, and being creative with the dishes you can eat.
Here are three tips on how to start a diet where you’ll need to cut down on food that you’re so used to having.
Get Rid of All The Trash.
And trash means all the food that you’ll have to remove from your diet. Chips, cookies, sweets, bread, cereals, etc. If you don’t have them in your house, you won’t be tempted. You can give them to a friend who’s not on a diet.
Be Ready for Discomfort.
If your body has gotten used to consuming rice, once you take it away from your diet, it will have to adjust to not having it. But don’t fret. This discomfort usually only lasts for 2-3 days, and after that, you’ll start to feel the better effects of the change.
Make Water Your BFF.
When you feel any craving, a glass of water should be right there beside you to take it away. Water is essential for anyone one who’s starting a new diet. It can replace the excess food you eat and keep you full, reducing any craving for the bad stuff.
Whether it’s for weight loss, medical reasons, or because you just want to feel better about yourself, remember what your main goal is and use that as motivation. And if you keep that discipline, you’ll notice and feel the difference in no time.