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The Perfect Weight Loss Diet

August 15, 2017 / diet, Nutrition, Weight Loss

There are countless of weight loss diets out there, it is in fact a multi-BILLION-dollar industry. Yet with so many different diets and “authority” figures sell thing their diets it can be confusing to us in trying to find the perfect weight loss diet that’s best for us. So how do we find the perfect weightloss diet for our lifestyle and goals.

  • Low Carb
  • Low Fat
  • Paleo
  • Atkins
  • Mediterranean
  • Slimming World
  • WeightWatchers
  • Juice Diet
  • Vegetarian

This never ending list.

Diets can be confusing, yet NONE of these are the perfect diet for you. They all provide well meaning guidelines to follow, yet offer very little in terms of structuring them around your lifestyle, you should not need to change your lifestyle to it the diet in. If you’re a busy mum working at a high level you’re going to be struggling for time so spending a ton of time preparing foods, weighing your chicken to count your macro’s probably isn’t the right plan for you, yet juicing your meals leaves you feeling tired and grouchy – not to mention the health concerns with not ‘eating meals’. There are very few diets that factor in work stress, time restraints, hungry children or even family meals (anything that requires weighing your foods to count calories, macronutrients etc.).


The Perfect diets needs to work around YOUR lifestyle and encourage family time together, not you trying to adjust your life to the diet, that will only lead to frustration and short term changes. It will also not only get you the weight loss results you’re after, but leave you feeling energised, vibrant and confident. The perfect diet will provide countless health benefits and reduce your stress levels by working in your environment.

Why the typical diet doesn’t work?

The more traditional method of cutting our or limiting certain food types, we end up reducing our food options and  this means we “should” end up eating less food as a result. The average person will stick to around 25 food types (chicken, fish, certain vegetables and fruits alongside plenty of junk foods such as chocolate, sweets and calories in drinks). The problems comes when reducing our carbs, or fats actually reduces our nutrients and/or leads to replacing them with other foods. Through advising to reduce certain foods types these diets fail to identify the true cause of your weight loss – reduced food intake – instead

focusing on one aspect that they say is causing weight gain. The


re are many research studies and evidence supporting the fact is not reduced carbs, fats or any food type that causes weight loss, but reducing food intake is actually the magic potion in these diets and why sometimes they succeed, more often they fail because we replace the food types with more of the others.

Counting Calories – Limiting Food Intake

This is where counting calories comes into play as a diet option however, does this fit in with your lifestyle and belief patterns? If you’re rushed for time and want to eat with the family (counting calories requires weighing food uncooked) then this is going to impact for life. Therefore although you may start with the best intentions ultimately these plans are often short term and highly stressed.

What is The Perfect Diet

The perfect diet is different for each and every person and it doesn’t have a ‘name’.

We strongly believe small adjustments are required over the long term to succeed. This is why We provide empowering methods to allow you to make the right choices in situations where you’re having to choose what foods to eat. Through providing information, recipes and guidelines for our clients to make the best choices for them in any situation. We feel that by empowering our clients with the tools to not only make the right choices when rushed around and stressed but also at home with the family.

Social Factors

These play a major role in the success of our diet. If your program limits social aspects such as meals out, parties (consuming alcohol or BBQ’s) then these diets will be useless, unless we live the life of a hermit. Therefore we need to take these factors into consideration when looking at the adjustments we can make to our diet to allow us to succeed, many diets fail to do this.


Working With Your Strengths

This simply means that the perfect diet will help us win with our goals, social aspects and our overall health. We provide tips and guides for eating out such as steak, chicken and fish to help with protein and healthy fats, limiting un-necessary calories through sauces, and having starters instead of desserts to help improve the calorie balance and drinking low (or zero) calorie drinks alongside your meals to help you feel satiated. These mean that we can continue doing what we enjoy and socialising without the need to stress or worry about putting on weight, or falling off the weight loss wagon.



The perfect diet is not a quick fix option that you’ll likely give up quicker than seeing any results but a diet that provides the nutrients, energy and balance that we need in life to achieve our goals and enjoy our lifestyle. Therefore the perfect diet is completely individual and always changing as our lives do.


If you want to maximise your health, weight loss, performance and energy levels here’s a list things you can do to maximise your diet.

> Portion Control – We like to use our hand size as our guide but you can use anything you want to quickly determine the size of your portions

> Limit Liquid Calories – There’s nothing beneficial from drinking your calories, unless excessive caffeine, alcohol and sugars are your goal.

> Reduce Snacking – the snacks we eat are mostly emotionally driven. We need to take control of our lives and determine whether we’re eating for health, emotion or environmental factors.





I would also recommend our relevant articles below:

10 Tips To Get Rid Of Your Belly Fat

Low Fat Diets: why they work and why they don’t…

Losing Weight: The Most Important Thing You Need to Know (and what you must forget)




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