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The Mayo Clinic Diet

by Sarah Levine on June 11, 2015
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The Mayo Clinic Diet, according to the foundation’s website, is a “different approach to weight loss. It’s a lifestyle that can help maintain a healthy weight for a lifetime.” Designed by experts, the diet uses a pyramid to show healthy food choices and activities. Healthy foods and portion control are the main staples of this diet.

People who choose the Mayo Clinic diet include those who want to lose weight, prevent certain health problems and maintain a healthy lifestyle by following a plan made by experts in the medical field.

One important thing to keep in mind when starting this diet is that many people have started what they thought was a Mayo diet, but actually wasn’t. The diet to follow is the official diet made by the Mayo Clinic to fit your individual needs, and not a “one-size fits all” kind of diet.

The Mayo Clinic diet may be a good choice for those of us who have no interest in counting calories or completely eliminating particular foods. The focuses of this plan are balance between exercise and eating healthy, as well as portion control. Someone adopting this diet should be prepared to maintain a healthy lifestyle for a long time. It would not be very helpful to someone merely looking to lose a few pounds quickly. The diet encourages healthy living habits as well, including “not eating in front of the television.” It is suggested that adopting healthy habits and learning how to make healthier choices will be the most successful way to maintain a healthy weight in the long term.

The Mayo Clinic diet is essentially no different from any other diet that promotes healthy eating along with exercise for a long-term maintainable solution. The theory is that with this plan you will be able to “shed 6 to 10 pounds in two weeks and continue losing 1 to 2 pounds weekly until you’ve hit your goal weight and recalibrate your eating habits, breaking bad ones and replacing them with good ones with the help of the Mayo Clinic’s unique food pyramid.” There are no fancy foods to buy, nothing to quit cold turkey and nothing that should be hard for anyone to manage regardless of their current weight or level of health. People with conditions such as type-2 diabetes may want to consult a doctor before starting this diet due to the unlimited amount of fruits that contain sugar, which the diet allows. Otherwise, most adults should be completely safe to start this diet.

 

 

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