Is the Sirtfood Diet sustainable over a long period of time? Or is it better to just do a week of it and then return to your normal eating habits? A Sirtfood diet review.
The Sirtfood Diet is all about re-discovering the true meaning of the word ‘diet’. Not some trendy means to lose weight at any cost, but a sustainable way of eating that reaps lifelong benefits. It’s about incorporating the best foods nature has to offer into a way of eating that fits into daily life, works for the whole family, and keeps the body in perfect balance long after the initial hyper-success phase of the diet.
We know that the only successful diets in the long run are diets of inclusion, not exclusion. With that principle in mind, one of the things we love is the idea of ‘sirtifying’ your meals. That means taking some of our most cherished dishes and giving them a Sirtfood twist. Chicken curry, chilli-con-carne, pizza and pancakes are all possible, retaining all their great taste, but with heaps more goodness thanks to some simple swaps and Sirtfood inclusions.
How is the Sirtfood Diet different to other diets? A Sirtfood diet review.
It is common for participants to actually gain muscle, leading to a more defined and toned look. That’s the beauty of Sirtfoods; they activate fat burning but also promote muscle growth, maintenance and repair. This is in complete contrast to other diets where weight loss typically comes from both fat and muscle, with the loss of muscle slowing down metabolism and making regaining weight more likely.
Unlike conventional diets, participants rarely felt hungry and don’t suffer energy lulls. Usually they are brimming with energy.
But what really marks out the Sirtfood Diet as special is that it’s all about what you put onto your plate, not what you take off. It’s about eating the foods you love not cutting foods out or demonising whole food groups. Forget calorie counting, forget low carb, forget low fat, and forget strange food restrictions. Dark chocolate, curry, and coffee are all very much on the menu, along with a host of other genuinely tasty foods. It’s a highly effective way of eating for people who enjoy their food.