How is No-Diet not a diet?

Actually, you always have a diet. Your diet is anything you habitually eat. It could be anything. So “No-diet” is not technically accurate, because it is a way of habitually eating.

So what’s different about us?

At The No-Diet Blog, we advocate a rejection from traditional dieting mentality. There are no “bad” foods, just good foods. There is food that makes you feel good, that is nourishing and practical and then there is food that makes you feel like you’re doing yourself a disservice. That’s all there is to it. No gimmicks, no points, no restrictions, no diet: Just good food.

We’re definitely against processed foods. If, right now, you’re living off of microwave dinners and yogurt, we’re here as a resource to help you transition into whole foods. If you’re eating out 7 out of 10 times, then we want to help you take control of what you eat and stop spending money on what seems “convenient”.

Also, we don’t believe in overnight changes. Healthy lifestyles are a daily occurrence not an instant fix. This is the hardest part of any change: accepting that it is not immediate. If you have any questions, comments or just want to chat about difficulties, send us an email. We’re here to help. We love hearing from you and we’re happy to help you with your transition into a healthier lifestyle.

Our goal is to make food healthy, fast and easy. A lot of our recipes are uncomplicated and barely need explaining. So even if it’s unconventional, if it’s quick and easy aren’t you willing to at least try it?

Who is The No-Diet Blog for?

It’s for you. It’s for the person who is tired of an inconsistent, expensive, unhealthy lifestyle. It’s for the person who is trying to look good through actually being healthy. It’s for the person who is ready to make a change. We’ll help, we promise.

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