Diet Persuasive Speech

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fact, the word “diet” has come to mean restrictive eating with a goal of weight loss. But that’s not completely accurate. Your diet is simply the way you eat. Some people follow low sodium diets for health reasons, others a kosher diet for religious ones. Diet shouldn’t even be a verb in my opinion. It’s a way of eating, pure and simple. The connotation when it’s used as a verb, or called a Diet with a capital D, is strictly weight loss, as in dieting to lose weight for a wedding or a vacation. The goal should be more about being healthy and feeling great, with weight loss as a happy byproduct. But how do you make changes in your eating WITHOUT going on a Diet?
There seems to be two kinds of people in the world. Those that pay close attention to every bite and sip they put in their bodies. They know all about the dirty dozen and the clean fifteen, and track
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Everyone has that one food they can’t say no to, or stop eating once they start. And that food is rarely carrots or cottage cheese. Or they have a habit that’s been derailing their healthy eating habits for years, like late night snacking or eating in the car. Don’t pick something because you think it’s what you should be doing. If sweets aren’t a problem for you, saying you won’t eat sugar for a month doesn’t make a big difference. Go with the first thing that came to your mind, and don’t do it for a month.
Practice mindful eating.
This is not a new age concept. You don’t need to light candles, or chant before each meal. All you need to do is pay attention to what you’re eating.
Limit yourself to no more than two meals out per week
There are so many reasons eating out is unhealthy. You have no control over what’s in your food. The portions are often three or four times what you should be eating. The atmosphere is rarely calming, so it’s much harder to be mindful.
Plan your meals and shop from a

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