If your resolution for the new year included a diet overhaul, you might be yearning for quick results. Unfortunately, it takes a while for your body to adjust to nutritional fuel changes. The adjustment period could extend throughout the entire month, leaving you immediately frustrated with your new way of eating. As a result, you may drop the diet before it actually giving it a chance to work. After all, no one likes to make difficult changes without a hint of a reward.
To combat this line of thinking, give your diet 100 days to win you over. At the end of the 100 days, you can assess your progress and make additional changes as needed. You may just find that your body is responding positively through compositional changes, weight loss and clear skin. Furthermore, you may find that your mood has also improved since changing your diet for the better. If you’re happy with the changes, go for another 100 days before assessing your progress. Repeat this process until your new diet is just part of the way you live for better health. If you’re not satisfied with the results, try a different diet plan to find an appropriate strategy that works for your system.