I'm trying to make a decision here. I thought it would be an easy one but now I have found so many options to try over the next three months I'm not sure what to try first.
Okay, so it's rather apparent that I need a major lifestyle change to try and regain some of my health. In particular in the area of food. So what hasn't worked so far; making my portions smaller, drinking more water, drinking less water, watching salt intake, following at home weight watchers. Despite the fact I am not losing weight (And in fact somehow continue to gain) I am still following a smaller portion, 2l fluid, lower salt weight watchers diet. I figure there's no point in adding to the problem by eating badly!
So one thing I know I can work on and change is snacking after dinner. This is my bad time when I'm more likely to eat something sugary or high in salt. But otherwise I'm at a loss. My exercise is restricted due to my health issues at the moment which is always a problem!
Should I go Low GI due to my insulin resistance? Should I go gluten free in case of a possible gluten intolerance? Do I do both at once? What concerns me is making the changes too quickly and then 'burn out' on my new way of eating and make the weight loss even harder as well as making my health worse. It's certainly not going to be a yo-yo diet. At the same time I only have three months to show some results after two years of gradual upward sneakage in weight.
So I'm a little anxious and unsure where to start. Advice anyone?