By Crystal Sepulveda
Everyone wants to look and feel good about themselves. The recent body positive movement states “Being Body Positive is acceptance and appreciation for all body types. It Is a social movement rooted in the belief that all human beings should have a positive body image and be accepting of their own bodies as well as the bodies of others.” Most people start their journey to health and fitness through diets. What does it take to be successful and stay successful in our fitness journeys? Let’s begin with some popular diets on the market right now. 1. Ketogenic & Atkins Diet that says you can cut out all your go-to carb sources such as like grains, rice, beans, potatoes and sweets while loading up on staples like meat, fish butter, eggs, cheese and low carb greens. 2. Paleo Diets says that we only consume food that were presumed to be the only foods available to humans in the paleolithic era. 3. Body Type Diets say whether ecto, meso or endomorph eating, and exercise should be fu-
eled and tailored to the type of body you have. 4. Detox & Cleanses report that by avoiding from certain foods and intaking food that cleanse or rid the body of toxins your body can “reset” itself and help with digestion and future weight loss. 5. Supplements, claim to help your body burn fat, help with food cravings and are often not FDA approved. 6. Lastly, Low fat diets require you eat food
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