If you’re anything like me, you’re always on the hunt for a diet or lifestyle change that makes a big impact on your overall health — minus the fuss. Simplicity is key. But in most cases, diets aren’t as simple as we hope for and take more effort that we have time for — until now.
Yes, your diet dreams have come true thanks to this Danish CEO who totally broke things down to basics, and according to Business Insider, it’s being called “the simplest diet in the world.”
Suzy Wengel, a Danish dietitian, and CEO of a biotech company thinks she has the answer to weight loss and healthy eating, in her book “The Scandi Sense Diet.”
Here’s how it works: each meal consists of four handfuls of food — one handful of protein, one of carbohydrates, and two of vegetables — plus a spoonful of fat. Basically, its simplicity comes from no calories counting, no measuring — just simple handfuls.
Her inspiration for the diet came from her own weight loss journey. “I weighed around 220 pounds (15.7 stone) when I was at my heaviest (after giving birth to my second child) and now I am around 132 pounds (9.4 stone),” she said to Business Insider “My weight has been stable for over six years using the principles of ‘The Scandi Sense Diet.'”
Would you try it?