Thrive diet is one general addition in the category of nutrition programs that are engineered to drop and control weight.
It is quite common and is heavily followed by dieters. The plan is meant to generate ‘healthy slimming effects’.
While this concept to drop weight via healthy eating sounds too good and encouraging, few of us really know how demanding thrive diet really is!
Honestly, you can easily learn about its foods, complications and research through other sources, but you will rarely find anything that will help you decide if it’s actually accommodating.
To begin with, it is a vegan diet plan for people who yearn for healthy slimming.
It simply intends to alter your eating habits for good.
Dieters begin by incorporating wholesome foods in their chart and ultimately slashing the ‘fancy’ items off it.
Put it straight, thrive diet supports natural foods!
It provides easy to make recipes for the followers to cook their meals themselves.
Interestingly, the very first guide was launched in black and white almost a decade ago; however, it now has many versions in the form of diet guides and recipe books.
There are certain factors we highly appreciate about this diet, for example:
- It is much adored by the athletes.
- Offers a variety of recipes that can be easily made at home.
- Quite easy on pocket.
But the question which arises here is that all we need to acknowledge a weight loss program effective and successful?
Of course no, there are many other considerations we cannot miss and ignore!
So, here is the list of concerns we have with Thrive diet:
- The most disturbing part of the entire program is the recalibration period. We found out that some items it encourages during the phase are barely available in pantries. Example includes acai juice, adzuki and quinoa beans.
- The second very logical concern we have, something on which most of followers will agree is that the recalibration phase is very ‘confining’. It stops you from taking many food items. For example grains, caffeine, meat. Not just this, it further demands to cut down few starchy vegetables like carrots and yams too. Honestly, limiting so many foods in a given time makes this diet simply unbearable.
- Quite similar to our first concern, the recipes require ingredients that are not easily accessible for many followers. For instance, hemp powder and popped amaranth. Of course, to produce utmost effects and make your efforts fruitful, you have to follow every bit of the plan. When you are short of ingredients, your motivational level will somehow fall.
- We doubt the credibility of the man behind Trash diet. It has been developed by a triathlete, however, the knowledge he possesses is not enough to invent a diet program. For that, you should be well-versed and trained in the nutritional field. He is not competent to guide on nutrition and does not boast the required knowledge on this subject. He himself has acknowledged the fact that he conveys what benefits him. Well, that’s not how you can deal with the body dynamics.
- The diet is based on the concept that raw or vegan diets are more helpful and healthy as compared to the lacto-vegetarian or mixed diets. While it may sound convincing to some extent, there is no factual research backing this notion.
THRIVE DIET- AT A FINAL GLANCE:
Despite having a wide range of recipes and being quite affordable in range, Thrive diet may not be the best of both worlds.
It has many discouraging factors, factors that might affect your motivational level.
The unavailability of ingredients and very restricting nature of thrive diet may make you feel exhausted.
Owing to the aforementioned concerns we have with regard to thrive diet, we do not feel it worth following or recommending.
Though, you can follow some good diet programs, plans that are easy to follow and are clinically supported.
A doctor, nutritionist and wellness coach, Dr. Maria Hugdes takes pride in crafting well-researched, insightful and actionable content on health, wellness, fitness, diet, lifestyle, spirituality, how-to and self-help since last 7 years.