Introducing The MetabolismResetDiet: The Healthiest Way to Lose Weight

The last few months have been especially stressful, and junk food has been too close at hand, as we work from home. 

The MetabolismReset Diet makes it easy to shed unwanted pounds and build lean muscle through plant-based protein sources, in as little as two weeks.

If you want to lose weight, boost your immunity, and have more energy, this is the diet for you. You’ll eat healthy holistic approach based meals and snacks consisting of mostly vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and legumes for 14 days, and watch the pounds drop off. We went to a successful certified holistic Nutritionist, Priyanshi Bhatnagar, to create this effective plan just for you.

On the MetabolismReset Diet, you can lose fat and keep it off for good, while eating naturally metabolism-boosting foods that give you all-day energy to work out, stay focused, and feel amazing–never hungry or deprived. Get the whole diet on your phone, computer, and as a beautiful e-plan in PDF form to download, print out, and keep handy. Plus, we’ll send you an email every week with the recipes, nutrition tips, and secrets to your success.

On the 14-Day MetabolismReset Diet, you’ll lose weight and feel amazing!

Sign up for the MetabolismReset Diet and You’ll Get:

14 Days of Recipes: Breakfasts, lunches, dinners & snacks

• 2 Shopping Lists: One for each week of the diet

• 1 Meal-Prep Guide: Set yourself up for success

• 15 Healthy Nutrition Swaps: To make it easy to stay on track

• Lifetime Weekly Newsletters: With Nutrition Tips and healthy Recipes a Day

• 1 Helpful Community: Join and support each other

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The MetabolismReset Diet so easy it’s nearly impossible not to stay on track. We give you everything you need to succeed. Start today and feel better in days.

Once you sign up we will send you entire plan to download and print out, as well as the nutritional blogs on Detoxpri which you can access from your phone: You’ll get 14 days of recipes, two weekly shopping lists, a weekly newsletter, and motivating tips. Get ready to get your diet–and your body–back on a healthy track. You’re going to feel amazing.

The MetabolismReset Diet Works!

How do we know? Because we tried it.

Fad diets don’t work. What does? A healthy diet of mostly whole foods that grow in the ground and full of healthy filling fiber, immune-boosting antioxidants and energy providing whole grains, plus heart-healthy fats that help your body rev up its fat-burning engines.

The MetabolismReset Diet was created by a certified holistic Nutritionist, Priyanshi Bhatnagar and author of successful nutrition book featuring how to establish a healthy relationship with food and she are here to guide you through the next two weeks of healthy eating designed for weight loss.

Feel healthier and start losing weight today!

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The MetabolismReset Diet is so easy and effective, in just 14 days you will be able to feel the difference, as your clothes will be looser, your bloat gone, the scale will start to move in the right direction, and keep going. This is the only diet plan you’ll ever need since it’s the one you want to stick with, for lasting results. This plan lets you eat three meals and a snack a day, of delicious, high-fiber plant-based foods including smoothies, veggie toast, and porridge bowls, all while losing weight without going hungry.

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So now is your chance to get leaner, boost your metabolism, and feel energized, all on a simple plant-based plan–starting today.

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Weight Loss: How to get back on a track after falling off your Diet or Exercise

It is difficult to follow your healthy eating track when life keeps getting in the way. Whether it’s work, family commitments, or vacations, it is more than likely you fall off the track of your healthy eating goals. The last thing we want is to give up completely.

We’re all human, so it’s normal to get sidetracked when trying to eat healthy. But falling off the wagon doesn’t mean having to stay off.

Enter Priyanshi Bhatnagar, Certified Holistic Nutritionist effective Strategies, a leading online nutrition consultant specialising in weight management, disordered eating, gut health, metabolic nutrition along with holistic healing. Eat up, lose weight, and feel energized on her easy nutrition plan.

There will always be instances when following your routine is impossible. You don’t need superhuman willpower, you just need strategies that can pull you back on track.
With that said, here are Priyanshi’s 8 strategies that you can use to Reset and Recharge After Falling Off the Healthy Eating Track.

1.Start now, not tomorrow

Don’t wait for tomorrow, next Monday or next month to put your plan into action. Start with your next meal. If you’re going away, have something in the fridge or freezer that you can cook easily when you return or, if you shop for food online, book in an order of healthy foods to arrive when you get home.

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Even if you’ve had a big lunch, a chocolate bar, or a piece of cake already today, don’t let that stop you making a start today.

2.Focus on Small Changes

Start Small!  Smaller changes are proven to be more effective long-term than bigger ones. Think about an area that you know you need work. For example, if you are skipping meals like lunch your first goal could be to eat your three meals per day and then balance it with mostly vegetables, a source of lean protein and a whole grain carbohydrate like millets or a starchy vegetable like sweet potato.

3.Focus on Consistency

The trend in today’s world based on current science is that extreme fad diets do not work in the short and long term. While you may think you experience true weight loss, extreme weight loss short term simply results in loss of muscle. By losing muscle, you decrease your metabolism and not only gain the weight back over time but have a harder time losing weight again.

Food choice

Sticking with a whole foods diet incorporating healthy fats and other balanced food groups, you experience a loss in body fat and sustain or boost muscle when incorporating a fitness routine. These are the lasting results that matter for your weight and health along with how you look and feel.

4.Get Active

Exercise keeps you motivated by making you feel good, empowering you with the realization of the strength of your body. Plus, fitness is proven to boost your mood and keep you focused which helps you eat better. It will also help you physically see the results of your weight loss efforts more quickly and it is a proven necessity when you have to keep the weight loss off.

Stay active

Don’t become overwhelmed by the word “exercise” and instead make a less stressful commitment to simplybe active.” Any movement you do and consistently will work in your weight and health favour long term.

5.Don’t starve yourself after a day of eating

Starving yourself just sets you up for overeating at your next opportunity, and that defeats the point. The first thing you will do is reach for all the wrong foods, like bread and carbs. Eat a modest and balanced breakfast here are Healthy Breakfast Ideas for Busy Mornings under 100 calories & 200 calories. That way when you walk into the room full of food your body will be nicely fueled and you will be able to make a rational decision of what (and how much) to eat.

Low Cal breakfast

6.Hydrate And take 10 minutes to see if you are thirsty, not hungry

Most of the time we are struggling with eating too much, or wanting to eat less and skip a very critical component of our weight: water! Simply drinking primarily water, will help meet your fluid needs and decrease your weight. Not only does hydration help your total weight, but it also boosts your metabolism by 30% helping you burn more calories simply by drinking! Try to incorporate hydrating foods like fruits and vegetables into your diet as well as help meet your fluid goals.

Dehydration

11 Weird Things That Happen to Your Body When You Don’t Drink Enough Water

7.Don’t buy diet cookies, snack on fruit

Rather trying to find a healthy snack from the huge range in the shops, limit yourself to fruit or veg for between-meal snacks. These are low in calories, provide plenty of nutrients. And it has the advantage of being a really simple goal and you’ll easily be able to tell whether you are achieving it.

Low calorie snacks

To reduce temptation, don’t go down the supermarket aisles with cakes, biscuits and sweets – here we have Guilt-Free Sweet Fix Cookies

8. Plan to keep hunger at bay

When you let yourself get too hungry, it’s all too easy to overeat. To avoid that, plan nutritious snacks into your day. When you’re away from home, carry a “snack pack” filled with healthy options: things like dried and fresh fruits, baby carrots, nonfat yoghurt, trail mix, whole-grain cereal, nuts, and baked chips or check our 6 Portable Healthy Snacks

Healthy Snacks

Get Back on Track

Change can be hard. In the beginning, your healthy habits might take two steps forward and one step back. Anticipating those backwards steps can make all the difference in the world. Develop a plan for getting back on track and recommit to your routine as quickly as possible.

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These are just a few of the many examples of real people getting back on the road to health via the detoxpri diet. The important thing is staying motivated and having the tools to get yourself back on track because you can reach your goals even with a little detour. For more, head to the Instagram page, or learn more at www.detoxpri.in.

P.S. If you want more practical ideas to make a healthy relationship with food (and enjoy mindful eating), check out my book CONFESSION, which will show you how small changes in habits can lead to remarkable results.

Are you stuck in a FOOD RUT— Eating the Same Thing Every Day

Someone said;

Variety doesn’t really matter to me. I would be perfectly happy to eat the same Chickpea rice salad or chicken sandwich every day.”

This person can be stuck in a “food rut.” I should reveal that my interest in this subject is not purely philosophical.

Stucking in a food rut is comfortable and easy. We don’t have to think twice about what we cook and just eat and go. Food ruts are also often emotionally intertwined. They give us a sense of stability, enjoyment makes us feel good. We typically eat things we like—foods that taste good. (Hence, when eating the same foods that bring us pleasure, we fire up serotonin in our heads).

However, as convenient, comforting and yummy as eating the same foods every day maybe, when we are stuck in food run, we also often miss out on some essential key nutrients.

“The staple + fat + relish combination is what dominated eating in traditional peasant cultures”

“Newness or difference from the norm is a very urban, almost postmodern, idea. It is recent. It is class-based.”

So, when accounting for the totality of human experience, it is the variety-seekers—not the same-lunchers—who are the unusual ones.

Eating the same thing over and over can also simplify the decisions people make about what they put into their bodies.

Perhaps there is more to them, eating the same thing each day reveals something deeper about who people are, or at least perceived to be.

Of course, most people around the world who eat the same thing every day aren’t doing so voluntarily. “I would say most people most of the time have little choice in their staple as if they live in rice culture, they will have rice for every meal; ditto potatoes.”

It’s easy to stick to eating the same foods every day—especially if you love them. But it may not be the best thing for your health.

Here are Things That Happen When You Eat the Same Thing every day, and my go-to simple tips for getting unstuck from a food rut…

Here is the Scary Reason…

Humans were designed to graze and hunt, and therefore our diets became naturally varied. This is likely an evolutionary design so that we attain and access a wide variety of nutrients throughout the day, week, month, and over long-term periods of time to optimize our body’s functions.

It can lead to nutritional deficiencies

Our bodies need a wide range of macro- and micronutrients, and eating a wide variety of foods, especially fruits and vegetables, can help us meet our body’s needs. Almost everyone would agree that “eat the rainbow” is a good rule of thumb.

It hurts your gut health

Eating a wide variety of foods provides the environment the gut needs to grow the healthy bacteria that can boost our immune system and improve digestion. This is the article for understanding gut health role.

It can stunt your weight loss

People who ate a varied diet had a much lower risk of metabolic disease—a combination of unhealthy factors that can lead to heart disease and diabetes. People eating a good variety watched their cholesterol drop, had less abdominal fat, and lower blood pressure. Hence, we’re able to lose weight faster than those who had less variety.

It may impact how long you live

In research published in the International Journal of Epidemiology, investigators tracked the health of more than 50,000 women and found that those who ate a wide variety of healthy foods tended to live longer than women who ate the same foods day after day.

It leads to serious food boredom, developing an eating disorder

Food should be fun! It should be something you look forward to”. The constant refusal to eat specific foods or nonacceptance to eat any type of new food group can give consequence in malnutrition and unhealthy weight loss. Don’t miss the signs of healthy eating obsession.

Changing up what you eat exposes you to great new foods and new recipes, and helps bring back the fun in eating.” Start with these healthy food recipes worth trying.

You may be overdosing on certain nutrients

If you consume too much of certain foods, you may be putting your health at risk. For example, too much turmeric can interfere with blood clotting and liver function, or if you eat, say, fish every day, mercury toxicity becomes a concern—especially if you’re consuming predatory fish (like tuna) and if you are a small person—toxicity is weight-related.

It can hurt your immune system

The enhanced nutrition from a varied diet seems to boost immunity. This helped people resist infections; people whose diets had little variation were more likely to get sick due to a weakened immune system. Here are natural immune booster foods.

You Get Disconnected from Food & Your Body

Lastly, eating the same thing every day takes the “intuitive” out of eating.

Instead of listening to your body—and going with your gut, you listen to your head, your tastebuds, convenience or your emotions.

You get out of touch with your body’s natural guess.

“Auto-pilot” mode—like any routine—becomes second nature.

Simply put, you forget what it’s like to truly listen to your body. In the name of your body.

How to Make it Work for You

Mix it up

Eating the same exact thing every day for every meal isn’t good for you. Instead of eating a salad every day for lunch is great, especially if you mix up the protein and other ingredients on a daily or weekly basis. Even small changes to your go-to meals can make a big difference.

Slight Edge Small Changes

Very small components up of a meal. Perhaps you have chicken most meals with sweet potato and green beans. Try a Japanese sweet potato instead of a regular sweet potato. Asparagus instead of green beans. Or Tofu instead of chicken breast.

Shop Seasonally

Go to the produce section in the store without a list—and shop seasonally. Notice what’s on sale, what’s the freshest and what’s in season. Buy that this week. On this note, also check out local farmer’s markets for seasonal varieties.

Have Someone Else Cook

let someone else do the cooking. Or, if you live in a city with local healthy meal delivery, chef or restaurants, consider varying it up by trying it outside your usual norm packed lunch or dinner.

Change Your Habit

Instead of focusing so much on changing up your food variety, consider changing the fixed habits you have around eaten the same thing every day. For instance, if you’re in the habit of eating the same thing for dinner every night, instead of waiting until you’re really hungry to decide what to eat (and defaulting to the same thing every time), consider meal prepping a few easy options to grab when you get home late.

Frequently eating similar meals can be healthy, but it’s important to make sure you’re eating well-balanced meals loaded with nutrient-dense foods. It’s too easy to miss out on important nutrients if you get stuck in a food rut.

Reframe change by thinking: “How can I nourish my body and fuel my body at this meal?” You nourish through a widely-varied diet.

I want to hear what you think about this article.

By Priyanshi Bhatnagar