The Macrobiotic Diet
If I had a nickel for every diet that is out there……I’d be diving into pools of nickels. But that would hurt, and I don’t get a nickel for every diet. So, let’s chat about the Macrobiotic Diet, because it’s making waves in the diet world.
And if you like whole grains, you’re gonna love The Macrobiotic Diet. If you love dairy, you’ll hate it.
The Macrobiotic Diet Basics
Like a lot of popular diets, this one focuses on improving health first. It aims to prevent or improve diseases like diabetes, cancer and heart disease.
This diet gives you freedom to choose what you’ll eat and when—but gives you categories to choose from.
For instance, the Macrobiotic Diet encourages you to eat whole foods, and mostly whole grains.
Brown rice, oats and rye are your major whole grain staples.
Vegetables, fruit, seafood and nuts are also part of your plan. But fruit and the latter limited to once or twice a week.
Eggs, red meat, dairy, poultry and anything artificial or processed is off limits.
The theory behind the diet is that the food categories are whole, living foods that provide your body with energy. The nutrients and energy transferred improve your mood, blood sugar and overall balance.
The Macrobiotic Diet: Weight Loss
While the Macrobiotic Diet focuses on improved health, it is likely you’ll lose weight just by not eating certain foods and not eating others as much.
But if you go nuts with the whole grains you might not see loss. The best thing you can do is set aside a targeted caloric intake for weight loss and track what you’re eating to make sure you’re at a deficit daily.
If you look at where the diet encourages you to go, food-wise, you’ll see the focus is on whole foods. Naturally, this will improve your health and hopefully your waist line.
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