Study Finds Diet Quality (Not Quantity) Is What Matters

The results of this study is no surprise to us in the Revive office, though I am happy to see that it’s getting some mainstream attention. The study found that “people who cut back on added sugar, refined grains, and highly processed foods while concentrating on eating plenty of vegetables and whole foods–without worrying about counting calories or limiting portion size–lost significant amounts of weight over the course of year.”

This study validates what we do for our clients: we take away the gimmicks, trends, and the short-term fixes to empower our clients to understand their bodies, discover what foods work best for them, and create a lifelong pattern of eating that is sustainable for their lives. We optimize their health by creating a healthy relationship with food by using whole unprocessed foods and teaching through their own unique experiences and circumstances.

By Kelsey Hagen – Registered Nutritionst/Dietitian

This was Kelsey’s response to the article, The Key to Weight Loss Is Diet Quality, Not Diet Quantity, a New Study Finds published by The New York Times.

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