Diets are usually based on restrictions, but celebrity nutritionist Keri Glassman says it’s time to stop harping on what you can’t eat and focus on what you can.
“People always think ‘I can’t eat this, and I can’t eat that.’ I hate that attitude because it’s so negative,” she says. “Flip the switch, and when you focus on what you can eat, you’re more positive and you feel more motivated.”
“Eat more, not less” is the first of eight rules for losing weight and getting healthy that Glassman lays out in her new book, The New You (and Improved!) Diet. The idea is that if you’re eating the right foods, you can chow down with abandon instead of counting calories—within reason, of course. (Don’t go all Joey Chesnut on us.)
Continue reading at Well+Good NYC for Glassman’s tips on how to jumpstart your health without limiting what you eat.
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