Diet Resolution Week for the year 2023 is celebrated/observed on Saturday, January 1st. There are until the next observance.

Every year, from January 1 to January 7, Diet Resolution Week is observed. The first week of the year is ideal for making a resolve to diet and eat sensibly. It is never too late to begin eating more healthfully. When it comes to improving our quality of life and having more energy as we grow older, making dietary changes may go a long way. It benefits both our physical health and our emotional wellness. Keeping track of what we eat is an important element of self-care.

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📆 When is Diet Resolution Week?

This year, Diet Resolution Week falls on the 1st Saturday in January; in 2023, it is on Sunday.

Countdown to Diet Resolution Week

Did you know: Controlled dieting means adhering to diets specified by weight reduction programs and nutritional experts, which is advantageous for people trying to stick to a diet.

📜 History of Diet Resolution Week

John Rollo, a Scottish military surgeon, wrote “Notes of a Diabetic Case” in 1797. Rolo wrote about how a meat diet can help those with diabetes. This diet was created for those who have type 2 diabetes.

William Banting, an Englishman, published “A Letter on Corpulence, Addressed to the Public.” in 1863. Banting promoted his interpretation of a healthy diet, which became known as “Banting.” This diet includes four meals each day of meat, greens, fruits, and dry wine. William Banting wanted to develop the no-carb diet that we are all acquainted with today. Sugar, flour, alcohol, milk, and butter were all off the menu. This booklet was current and relevant for many years after William Banting’s death. His diet has also influenced modern diets. Banting gained popularity as a result of a smart advertising gimmick in the shape of a question on the leaflet that said, “Do you bant?” This slogan helped to publicize the diet regimen.

Lulu Hunt Peters published “Diet and Health: With a Key to the Calories” in 1918. This was the first weight-loss book to become a best-seller. It was also the first weight-loss book to advocate calorie counting.

By 2014, it was projected that over 1,000 weight-loss regimens had been produced.

☑️ Diet Resolution Week facts

Dieting for health reasons
The wise diet limits the consumption of red meat and unsaturated fat in elderly adults to reduce cholesterol levels.

The world’s first liquid diet
In the year 1066 A.D., William the Conqueror lost weight by drinking only wine.

The world’s first diet book
“The Art of Living Long,” written by Luigi Cornaro in 1558, was the first diet book. It suggested a daily diet of 12 ounces of food and 14 ounces of wine.

Diet pills are not effective
“A part of kindness consists in loving people more than they deserve.”

✨ Things to do on Diet Resolution Week

Take the first step
The first step is always the most difficult. Begin your road to a sustained healthy diet with making one dietary change.

Find a diet that suits you
On the internet, there are millions of diets to choose from. Choose the one that is most useful and appropriate for you.

Stick to the diet
Too many cheat days may quickly turn into a cheat month and then a cheat year. Celebrate Diet Resolution Week by adhering to your diet plan.

📅 Diet Resolution Week Observances

2023 January 1 Sunday
2024 January 1 Monday
2025 January 1 Wednesday
2026 January 1 Thursday
2027 January 1 Friday

We will continue to update this page with new information and cool facts about Diet Resolution Week. So be sure to check back soon.