Getty ImagesJohanna Parkin
Keto, carnivorous diet and other restrictive diets are popular. It's because they work often. People adopt the diet and sometimes achieve dramatic results, but often in the short term.
"Does not he / she look great?" Do you often here. But my question, as a dietitian, is: "Yes, but how feel? "
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You see, restrictive diets, or diets that force you to eliminate foods or nutrient groups, can have negative effects on your brain.
Here are three that I often see in my work with clients.
1. Increased cravings can become obsessive.
Tell someone that he can not eat peanut butter in his diet (ahem, Paleo) and that he's more likely to want peanut butter . Tell them that they can only eat a few lean carbohydrates a day (ahem, keto) and that all flat-bottomed pizzas, pastas and breads all look even more delicious.