Picture this: the New Year rolls in and you’ve decided you want to make some changes to your diet to shed a few pounds, gain more energy, and/or feel better about your food choices. Not knowing where to start, you decide to go all in and have an “all or nothing” mentality and go on a restrictive diet. No carbs, no sweets, no gluten, no dairy, no soy; just fruits, vegetables, and protein. Two days in and you eat something that you weren’t supposed to, so you throw the towel in. You’re frustrated, upset, and don’t know where to begin. In order to understand what went wrong, it’s important to understand the concepts behind restrictive dieting.
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