The 4 Features of a Quality Nutrition Program
We already know that the media portrays things in a manner that is misleading to the general public - including nutrition. You see tons of posts that show “perfect bodies” and “quick results” because they are luring you in as a customer.
They want to sell you their supplements, their program, videos, containers, juices, etc. While there is nothing wrong with individuals creating a business for themselves in an effort to also help people achieve their goals, you need to ask, is this good for ME? How can you tell the difference between a health-focused program and a get fit quick scheme? Here are a few things to avoid (unless medically prescribed) in a nutrition program:
Don’t get caught up in doing a program that isn’t meant to last or that encourages weight loss at any cost to your overall health. Before starting, ask yourself “Will this program teach me how to get the weight off and keep it off without causing harm to my body?”