Maintenance Diet versus Weight-loss Diet (short video)

Introduction: Making Health a Habit picks up where A Dietitian’s Journey left off and provides general health information that can be applied to almost anyone for lowering insulin resistance, keeping blood sugar at a healthy level, maintaining a healthy body weight, or building muscle mass, or may simply be my opinion on different matters related to a low carb or ketogenic diet. Making Health a Habit are short videos (< 5 minutes) or short blogs on health-related topics and are quite different than Science Made Simple articles, which are longer, research-focused articles.

This is the 7th entry in the new series titled “Making Health a Habit”, which can be found here.

Part of successfully ‘making health a habit’ has to do with transitioning over to a maintenance diet once you’ve accomplished your goals, but how?

In this short (~3 minute) video, I talk about some of the factors that need to be considered in doing that.

If you are getting to that stage in your health journey and would like some help making the transition, I can help — and if you are just setting out, I’d be glad to help you get started with a meal plan designed for you, based on your needs and goals.

If you’d like to know more about my services, you can find out under the Services tab or in the Shop and if you have questions, please feel free to send me a note using the Contact Me form above, and I will reply as soon as I can.

To our good health!

 

Joy

P.S. Here is a picture of where I walk.

Como Lake, Coquitlam, British Columbia

Isn’t it beautiful and it’s minutes from my house, in the middle of an urban area! I encourage you to find a place near you to enjoy being active at. It makes it so pleasant and something to look forward to.

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