This Is How the NHS Thinks You Should Diet
Sometimes it seems as though there's a new trendy way to lose or keep off weight every other month. Credible as those diets may be, sometimes the good old-fashioned physician-prescribed advice is all you really need. According to the NHS, a healthy diet doesn't require you to guzzle gallons of green tea, drizzle everything in oil, or meticulously track your macros to be effective.
Despite the National Health Service's homogeneous — and much-disputed — stance on BMI, its simple take on healthy eating sounds pretty doable. Read on for 11 easy changes that'll make your diet NHS-approved.