If you are in the beginning stages of starting a raw food diet plan, you might be at the point where you’re becoming tired and not because you’re not getting the required vitamins from your diet, but because you’re hitting the beginner’s wall.

A beginner will be highly excited to start the raw food diet plan. Maybe they’re doing it on the recommendation of a friend, or because of a book they’ve read, or something they’ve seen on television. Whatever their motivation, the first few days are always very exciting. The first big meal with no cooked items will be a real treat, and very healthy (which is a big motivator). beginners will buy cookbooks, look up any tips online, talk it up endlessly with their friends, and raid the local grocer more often than they used to, looking for fresh new ingredients, to satisfy their menu and palette.

But after a couple weeks, even the most exciting newcomer to the raw food way of eating is going to get a bit exhausted. The dozens of recipes that started their raw food diet with are being whittled down by availability and personal taste, to no more than half a dozen irregular dishes that will start to become, stale and repetitive; they will have all the cookbooks they could ever use, and read so many web articles that their eyes hurt. They’ll miss coffee and bread and the smell of a roast in the oven. Their friends will be sick of hearing about it, and they’ll be sick of ordering salads when they go out for dinner.

In the end, the raw food diet will become just like every other diet, unless you do two mantras you need to learn, right now, and repeat every single day to prepare yourself for the beginner’s wall.

“It’s not a diet.”

If you go into eating raw foods because you are looking to lose weight, you can definitely achieve those goals. But if you think you can eat raw for a few weeks, drop a few sizes, and then go back to “normal living”, you might as well stop right now. You must stick to it to see any real results.

Diets don’t work because people overlook the lifestyle change, and just try to gain a quick fix from them. So once the diet session is over, they go back to old destructive habits, and gain back all the weight they lost, and lose all the benefits of their quick trip to Healthyland. Now, no one is saying that in order to lose weight and keep it off, you need to eat nothing but raw foods for the rest of your life.

But if you want to see real results, you’re going to have to incorporate the information here into your own life, and make it work, sticking with it. staring a raw food diet is a lifestyle change, not a diet.

“You don’t know it all yet.”

You may become bored with this new raw food diet kick, but only if you let yourself become bored. When you stop learning, your attention falters, and other things grab for your interest. If you want to stay with it, you need to remember there is a lot of information out there, and you can’t possibly know it all, but it’s fun to try. Make an effort to learn one new fact about raw foods every day, a new recipe, a new way to prepare an old favorite, a new item that you’ve never heard of. Make every day different, and starting a raw food diet won’t be so difficult.

Becoming creative with your raw food diet is key to your success with it. A raw food diet will boost energy and keep you fit. The beginning is the hardest part, as with any diet. Just get creative and think out side the box and remember a raw food diet can really change your life.

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