How is Diet4life different from any other similar sites?

The Diet4Life program lays the foundation for a lifelong healthy lifestyle.

My individual diet can be divided into 2 phases; the weight loss phase (3-6 months depending on excess weight) and the maintenance phase. The latter is not time-consuming as it involves a lifelong healthy lifestyle.

You don’t have to ignore your favorite foods in the maintenance phase, you just have to change their way of cooking!

The goal here is not to achieve the bodybuilding body shape, but rather to have a lasting shape that you are comfortable with that makes you feel pretty. Although it is a difficult thing to change your lifestyle, I am enjoying your daily life. I suggest methods and recipes that can be included in your agenda.

I do not expect self-torture, but unfortunately there is no magic solution.

Which package should I choose? Which workout plan should I choose?

The beginning workout program should be chosen by those who want to start completely or start again.

I recommend an intermediate workout program for those with a minimum of 2 years of sports experience, and by filling out the questionnaire it becomes clear where you will be ranked.

How much information can I understand? Will I be able to apply all these advices?

I have compiled the material to be readable and understandable for anyone who does not want to delve deep into chemo-biological contexts and contradictions.

I chose the wrong package in my application, what should I do?

Please email info@dieta4life.com indicating your application time, your name, etc. so that I can identify you.

I have an existing illness. Should I Try Diet4Life?

Counseling is a complementary treatment, not a therapy. I do not take counseling for existing illnesses, but I do give additional suggestions on my overall healthy diet, as in many cases a proper diet can significantly improve the disease, but I can only take this on my own responsibility through medical consultation. During hormone treatment, kidney disease, liver disease, lack of any internal organ, persistent digestive system disease, autoimmune conditions, biliary disease, gout, psychiatric eating disorder, diabetes, pregnancy and breastfeeding I do not undertake counseling.

I had a previous sport injury. If I choose a starting workout plan, will I be able to do the program?

Based on your answers in the questionnaire, I compile the training program. If necessary, I set up a gentle workout program based on your needs as well as a set of exercises that will spare the injured area.

Weight loss hasn't started! Does your diet work?

If you have actually followed the diet and have not lost weight, you shouldn’t be scared. Every person reacts differently to change.

You may be suprised after 1 month, because of the weight loss, but you may not catch a kg for 1 to 1.5 months. Why? Because every body reacts differently. For those who have more kgs lose its easier to lose than those who have 3-6 kgs back from their dream shape.

For many people, stress does not allow the desired weight loss because the body believes that increased stress requires calorie reserves to stay alive. It needs a turnaround time, within 1-2 months you will definitely get the expected results. It is worth measuring your weight loss every two to four weeks and keeping a diary. Exercise can accelerate the onset of weight loss.

I just chose personalized dietary counselling from the packages, but I don't want to exercise. Is it possible to lose weight anyway?

In addition to diet, exercise accounts for about 30% of weight loss. This may be negligible, but it will be beneficial if you do workout while on a diet. First and foremost, it makes the skin more elastic, which becomes less loose with the loss of excess weight. On the other hand, during the diet, we also lose on unwanted places we do not necessarily want (such as bottom, etc.). Then sport is the best way to achieve the desired aesthetic look.

If you don’t have the time to exercise, your diet will have a much greater impact on the weight you want to lose.

In my experience, office workers need to exercise at least 2-3 times a week because it improves blood circulation, accelerates weight loss, and metabolism, and often starts weight loss in places where you do not start your diet.

If you do not want to choose a complete workout program, it is best to start out small, such as a 30 minute walk a day, hiking instead of a weekend cinema, etc.