DASH is an acronym that stands for Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension. There is a reason that this diet has been ranked consistently as the best heart-healthy diet in the world. It’s not some fad that this week’s Internet expert is trying to pass off as some kind of magic. The DASH diet follows healthy eating and is more of a lifestyle choice than it is a diet. In fact, if you can consistently follow this plan for four weeks, then you’ll find that the foods you eat taste much better. One of the things that shocked me the most about this new lifestyle was just how many wasteful calories I was consuming before. If I try eating those foods now, they taste like–well–junk! Clean eating provides a much wider palette of flavors. The problem is that we’re in a world filled with unhealthy choices, but we’re so used to those artificial flavors that real food tastes strange. You will discover that, once you break that cycle, all of those unhealthy choices seem much less appealing. The DASH diet provides a long-term solution for your health, so if you’re looking for a quick fix, or one of those fad dieting schemes, then you should probably look elsewhere. But if you’re looking for a long-term solution that will change your life for the better, then this is the perfect book for you. We mostly hear the praise for the DASH diet’s positive effects on blood pressure, but the change to whole, fresh foods is healthy in pretty much every way imaginable. That’s why its ranking is so consistent.
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