Resolutions 2022: 5 Effective Hacks To Reinvent Your Diet

These hacks have been tried and tested or come recommended from reliable sources.

In the digital age, rulebooks that claim to improve the quality of your life are updated faster than the operating system of our smartphones.

In this dynamic world, it can get quite challenging to find definitive answers for questions around personal wellness, a seminal rulebook of sorts that one can follow dedicatedly.

But fret not! In this blog post, we explore five potential ways you can reinvent your diet in 2022 in a way that meets your requirements. These hacks have been tried and tested or come recommended from reliable sources. Without further ado, let’s jump right in!

Hack # One: Cut down on dairy products – This hack comes from nutritionist Dr. Frank Lipman, who suggests reducing dairy intake to improve gut health and lose weight. Diary is mucus-forming, leading to problems such as acne, asthma, joint pain, etc. He recommends replacing dairy with almond milk, rice milk, or coconut milk. Other healthy plant-based alternatives to milk are soy, cashew milk, hemp milk, and oat milk, to name a few. Ultimately, please don’t take our word for it: Before you embark on this new journey, eliminate milk from your diet for a week and see the wonders it does to your body yourself. According to reports, doing so helps to bloat and, in some cases, eases acid reflux as well.

Hack # Two: Increasing the intake of plant-based proteins – Protein is an essential nutrient required for muscle growth and repair. Many of us often get our protein fix from meat, which can be expensive and not very environmentally sustainable in the long term. Plant-based proteins such as lentils, beans, nuts, and seeds are cheaper and more eco-friendly. They are also packed with antioxidants and other nutrients beneficial to your health.

Hack # Three: Cut down on processed foods – Processed foods tend to be high in sugar, unhealthy fats, and sodium. They lack nutritional value and can cause weight gain if consumed in large quantities. Cutting down on processed foods will help reduce your calorie intake while providing essential vitamins and minerals.

Hack # Four: Eat more fermented foods – Fermented foods are high in probiotics, beneficial for gut health. They can help to improve digestion and absorption of nutrients, as well as boost the immune system. Some good fermented foods sources include sauerkraut, kimchi, kefir, and yogurt.

Hack # Five: Drink more water – We cannot recommend this hack enough! Dehydration can lead to fatigue, headaches, constipation, and other health problems. It is recommended that you drink at least eight glasses of water per day. If you find it difficult to drink plain water, try adding slices of lemon or cucumber for added flavor.

We hope these hacks will help you lead a healthy and prosperous life in the new year and keep up with your resolutions for 2022!

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