The best diet is the diet you can stick to – Health News Today

“My biggest tip to my patients is to take baby steps, approach lifestyle changes in moderation,” said Dr. Gabrielle Phaneuf, a primary care doctor with CORE Physicians. “Small steps build good habits and are something people can maintain.

EXETER – Common sense dictates avoiding large gatherings this year due to the risk of spreading COVID-19.

But even small gatherings will likely feature calorie-laden food. Add that to the “quarantine 15” many people have already put on, and it’s a good time to reflect upon healthy lifestyle choices.

“My biggest tip to my patients is to take baby steps, approach lifestyle changes in moderation,” said Dr. Gabrielle Phaneuf, a primary care doctor with CORE Physicians. “Small steps build good habits and are something people can maintain. People who go extreme, like go to KETO and say they are never going to eat another carb in their life are setting themselves up to fail. It never sticks and they often ending going back with even worse habits.”

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