Proper diet is key to losing weight, but with so many diets out there, it can be hard to choose which one will work for you. Figuring out which diet plan suits your tastes and lifestyle is important — if you can’t stick to a diet, it won’t do you any good. We’ve gathered some information on popular diets to help you decide which might work for you and get you on track to achieving your weight loss goals. If you need additional guidance or if you’ve settled on a diet plan, our expert nutritional specialists can help you craft the perfect diet plan for you. We’re invested in your success.

The Pros and Cons of the Keto Diet

It seems like every week in health and supplement news, there is a new diet, or food and health and wellness trend, dominating the headlines and contouring blog narratives. Think back on it: Atkins. the South Beach Diet, Low-Carb, No-Carb, Paleo, Vegetarian, Vegan…the list goes endlessly on and on. However, the new trendy diet that people swear by in person, on Facebook, in supplement stores, and especially on Instagram, is the Ketogenic, otherwise known as Keto. To some, it’s just another low-carb diet like any other, but upon a quick closer inspection, it has an interesting twist that attracts many people to giving it a chance — and of course, posting about it on their Instagram profiles and stories.

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Check back soon for more information on Carb Cycling.

Caffeine Weight Loss Pros and Cons

There are a number of weight loss supplements on the market, but one in particular is used as an ingredient, or can be taken by itself: caffeine. That’s right, that cup of coffee or tea can assist you in your journey to get rid of love handles and drop a few pants sizes. If you’re starting a weight loss regimen and are considering grabbing some caffeine supplements to zip up the process, we’ve got you covered with some pros and cons and what to expect. Grab a cup of Joe and let’s get brewing.

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Intermittent Fasting

Are you tired of skipping meals? Are you tired of everyone telling you to count your calories all day long? Are you bored of everyone telling you what you can and can’t, should and shouldn’t eat? What if you could have that burger? What if you could have that ice cream with those little rainbow sprinkles you loved as a kid and don’t secretly want to admit you still like? Jokes aside, you may want to look into intermittent fasting. It’s not so much a diet as it is creating new eating habits. It’s not all candy and gumdrops (because obviously, it can’t be if you want to drop those few pesky pounds), but it’s a viable option, especially if you don’t want to outright give up your favorite foods. It just requires a bit of willpower and mind-over-matter — you’re just receding your intake of those foods and snacks, which is way better.

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