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Are You a Serial Dieter? 3 Steps to Break the Cycle

  • Have you been on and off diets for most of your life?
  • Do you struggle to lose weight and then fail to keep it off?
  • Are you lacking motivation, accountability, and consistency?
  • Do you want to end the emotional eating, toxic guilt and negative self-talk?
  • Would you like to attain and maintain a healthy weight for life, but don’t know how?

If you answered “Yes” to the questions above, then you are what I’ve termed a serial dieter. Serial dieters are people who have been on and off diets for years even decades yet they still cannot attain and maintain a healthy weight and lifestyle. For serial dieters food, cooking and eating feels nothing at all like a source of pleasure, instead it’s a source of complex decisions and emotions that cause confusion, anxiety, dread and self-doubt. The good news is that there is a way to end the yo-yo-ing weight, to enjoy food again and live healthy for the rest of your life. While some aspects of reaching your goals do vary for each individual, below are three steps that every serial dieter can take to begin the process of ending the serial dieting cycle right now.

1-Take Responsibility

As a former serial dieter, I can tell you that healthy changes in your life and in your relationship with food and exercise will not happen until you take responsibility for your actions. Not the actions that have lead you to where you are, but the actions or lack of action that is keeping you there. Yes it’s easier to eat fast and processed foods, yes it is difficult to work out 3 to 4 times a week and yes it is challenging to eat healthy most of the time. No one said the journey to healthy living would be easy. Stop making excuses, take responsibility and get it done. This is not about quick fixes, but a real commitment to a lifelong change for the better. Think of the all the years, even decades that you have been overweight, unhappy, and frustrated. Aren’t you tired of it? Aren’t you ready for a real change. Stop making excuses and finally take responsibility for your health, weight and well-being.

2-Stop “Going on a Diet”

I remember, in elementary school, being taught the definition of the word diet as the foods a person normally eats on a daily basis. I am a vegetarian, so my diet consists of fruits, vegetables and grains. But for the majority of people, the word diet has become synonymous with a calorie restrictive diet in which we reduce the number of calories we consume, or eliminate total food groups from our daily regiment. Being on a calorie restrictive diet is a self-limiting, surface level change because when you reach your goal weight you stop the diet and return to the unhealthy eating habits that you started the diet with, the weight returns and the cycle begins again. The goal is stop going on a diet and instead learn how to make healthy weight management a part of your daily life with a plan and strategies that vary as priorities, environment, circumstances and needs change.

3-Have a Plan and Get Support

Let’s be honest, most of us spend more time planning a special night out than we do planning our wellness goals. And for the majority of us telling others of our endeavors is just another avenue for criticism and disappointment. How many times have you declared “Starting tomorrow I’m going to start or stop..” with no clear plan and no support or accountability. I say this respectfully, but if you know how to lose weight and become healthy by winging it and without support and accountability you wouldn’t be in the unhealthy cycle you are currently in. Having a plan can consist of restocking your kitchen with healthy food options, journaling your progress and working with a personal trainer. Support can come by way of recruiting a friend with similar goals, joining a weight loss group or working individually with a wellness coach. The journey to your success needs to be planned out and you must have support and accountability. Honestly, there is no other way.

Breaking the serial dieting cycle is not easy and will not happen overnight, but you can do it by taking responsibility, eating healthy and having a plan and support. Don’t let another week, year or even decade(s) go by being overweight, unhealthy and unhappy. Take action right now to end your serial dieting cycle.

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5 Commandments of Smart Dieting

Commandments are rules that if followed to the letter bring about satisfactory results. As far as diet and weight loss are concerned, some fundamental commandments require vigilance to allow you achieve productive results. Unfortunately, most people turn a blind eye to some of these commandments and end up getting frustrating outcomes. But which are these fundamental rules that require consideration to assure weight loss? Below is a comprehensive outline of some of them and their outcome when followed appropriately.

Focus on eating more proteins: If you are in a weight loss expedition, proteins should top the list of foods that require inclusion in your diet. More to stabilizing your blood sugar levels, proteins are also known to deal with hunger effectively. As a result, your fat loss and metabolism rates are accelerated. However, excessive consumption of the proteins may compromise the results. You are hence advised to consume them little by little in all the meals and probably including the snacks that you consume daily.

Consider eating regularly: The belief that your metabolism rate is accelerated by eating regularly is not entirely true. The size of meal you eat determines the boost you get. The primary advantage of regular eating is that it helps you deal with hunger pangs appropriately. If you eat a couple of times in a day, you curtail the chances of food craving as well as the energy lows. Most importantly, it becomes easy to stick to your dieting program.

Prioritize on fresh foods: To enhance healthy eating, an inclusion of fresh foods is a golden rule. Processed foods are at our disposal in almost every store around us. These foods are the key culprits to massive weight gains and replacing them with fresh foods has always been a smart choice. Fresh foods mainly cover all foods in their natural form. Vegetables, fruits, healthy fats and oils and whole grains will assist you in weight loss.

Set short and attainable goals: Setting short term goals towards the achievement of any targeted dream is critical. The same case is reflected in weight loss. It is always imperative for us to focus on what we are doing now and what we expect to achieve. If we set very long term goals like a year, it is possible that we lose track hence failing to meet them.

21 days or 3 weeks is a proven span of time required to change behavior to a habit. It is hence advisable that you set achievable goals within segments of three weeks to help maintain motivation and consistency.

Stop comparing yourself to others: Your body is different from that of others. It is obvious that the expected results are different. We should, therefore, stop comparing ourselves to others since we are leading a personal journey and our objectives are diverse. Instead, make yourself an individual competitor. Compare your status today from what you achieved yesterday. If you discover even the slightest of improvements, then you are in for success.

It is hence more than important that you follow the above commandments to ensure that you achieve your planned results.

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Practical Tips to Motivate Weight Loss

Weight loss is one of the toughest journeys that one has to end, right? It is quite ironic though because it is a struggle not against to anyone else but to your own self. You want to beat your own weaknesses like being slave to your cravings, keeping unhealthy eating habits, ditching exercise routines, and so on.

Aside from diet and exercise, one needs motivation to stick to their goal of losing weight. Here are three practical tips to keep you motivated while losing weight effectively.

Photo-blog your diet

Weight loss gurus always advocate recording your food intake because it allows you to track your calories and food. However, tracking it through images is more effective because pictures tend to register faster and last longer in your memory. These vivid images of what you have eaten that day can be easily visualized.

Actually photo-blog is great way to delay any food gratification because you need images of your meals and snacks. Once the food is served, it is quite natural to start taking your portion and instantly chomp particularly if you are hungry but not when you are photo-blogging your diet because you need to pause first to take few snapshots.

Increase your food IQ

You do not need to turn yourself into a health guru however endeavor an effort to improve your knowledge about food, its nutritional value, the impact of different cooking process to your health and weight, and so on.

Digesting this information benefits you in two ways. First, it becomes your foundation in making smart choices when dining in restaurants or preparing meals for you and your family. Secondly, your knowledge becomes your conscience and it will haunt you every time you do the opposite. How many times do you feel guilty for eating that slice of rich chocolate cake or opting for a lunch meal of deep-fried chicken wings and cheese burger? Though it really tastes good but you feel bad afterward because you know that those rich fat content dessert or lunch meal sabotages your diet and shoots up your calories consumption for the day.

Apply food color coding strategy

Through the course of educating yourself about fitness, health, weight loss and nutrition, you will learn that healthy foods are easy to remember. Foods with high nutritional value but friendly to your weight are foods which come from the plants and have variety of color. Those that are produced from the factories and come out in cans or packs are discouraged.

As rule of thumb, avoid white color foods because generally these are processed foods. The nutritional values ​​in the food depleting during its processing in food factories. Also, it is treated with additives and chemicals. So avoid white foods such as white bread or anything made of white flour, white sugar, white pasta, among others.

However, this rule does not apply to meat because white meat such as fish and skinless chicken meat are better option than red color meats. Always choose rainbow colored plant based foods because it is nutritious and good for your health.

Remember that weight loss is a personal journey and the primary factor that can influence its success is YOU. So try at all times various innovative and creative approaches to stimulate your motivation in losing weight.

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Ayurvedic Tips to Lose Weight

The only way to lose weight is to increase your body’s metabolic rate. This is the rate at which your body burns the fat. If your body is able to burn off the extra calories then you won’t put on weight. This metabolic rate slows down due to age. Some physical problems like thyroid deficiency also leads to weight gain.

Ayurvedic life style can help you get back the slim you that you once were. An inside out approach of disciplining the mind and spirit first is resorted to effect a permanent change. As a beginning, meditation calms the mind and reduces stress which in turn lessens the craving for junk foods. It also gives the determination to follow through with persistence. With the mind being strengthened, the gradual adoption of a vegetarian diet won’t be as hard as it used to be.

Practice of certain yogasanas like padmasana, dhanurasana, sarvangasana, and suryanamaskara helps in improving the metabolic rate. The fat gets burned quickly leading to a lean and fit appearance.

Horse gram is found to be effective in treating fat. There is a proverb in India that recommends horse gram for people who have put on weight. For this horse gram is powdered. A few drops of water is added to this powder to make a fine paste. This paste is then applied with upward strokes in areas of fatty deposits. A good hot water bath after this application is found to reduce the fat deposits especially the cellulite.

An Ayurvedic preparation called ‘varadi kashayam’ is used in treating obesity. Regular intake of this medicine coupled with vigorous walking for one hour everyday brings down your weight considerably.

Some foods to avoid would be dairy products, oily foods, fast foods, yoghurt, cheese, etc. Also food that is rich in carbohydrates should be avoided. Your diet should contain lots of fruits and leafy vegetables. Daytime nap should be avoided at all costs. Drinking plenty of water helps in easy elimination of wastes from the body. This is found to be very helpful in some cases where the condition is chronic.

All the above steps should be observed diligently to effect a slow and steady weight loss that would be permanent. Consultation with an Ayurvedic expert is a necessity before embarking on a weight loss program. With the observation of these Ayurvedic methods you will get back your vitality as a bonus.

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The Weight Loss Resolution Wobble

How’s your weight loss resolution going this year? Have you reached the point where your resolve wobbles? Let’s be honest. Does this happen every year?

Don’t worry, there are ways to get back on track easily. The first thing to realise is that you are only human. Most people are not perfectionists who can sustain a regime of eating and exercise that they do not completely enjoy.

When you tell yourself you can’t have something what happens? You want and crave it even more. That’s the body’s natural reaction when it thinks it is in a starvation situation. So here are a few tips to help you stay on track…

  • Don’t think of it as a diet – they don’t work!
    • Consider how you can love yourself more – you deserve it.
    • Do not demonise food by labelling it ‘Good’ or ‘Bad’ – you’ll crave the ‘bad’.
    • Tell yourself that all food is fuel, only some works better for you than others.
  • Make sure your new eating habits are sustainable by:
    • Create a lifestyle change with new foods and eating habits.
    • Eat food you love and that loves your body back.
    • Enjoy the food you eat.
    • Eat consciously switching your mind onto your body – eat until just full.
    • Have fun with food – try out new foods and menus to increase enjoyment.
    • Cut down on your portion size – use a smaller plate.
    • Cut down sugar or cut it out for long periods to stop your cravings.
    • Cooking from scratch will dramatically reduce your sugar intake.
    • Cut down your carbs to once a day.
    • Try eating brown rice instead of white, sweet potato or quinoa
  • Create an exercise routine that is sustainable:
    • Plan activities that are fun and that you love – the gym is not for everyone!
    • Challenge yourself by using a pedometer to increase your activity.
    • Find a friend to do it with.
    • Park further away from work and walk more.

Don’t worry if your resolve and motivation wavers. That’s natural. Have a plan of action that gets you back on track easily. Plan to very occasionally eat foods you love that do not love your body. Enjoy and savour every mouthful without any guilt. You will eat less of it and by not fully restricting it you will not crave it.

Finally, watch your stress levels they will lead you back to comfort eating. Find ways to reduce your stress such as exercise, mindfulness, laughter and talking to a trusted friend or counsellor.

Make this you’re a resolution revolution by creating the lifestyle change that loves you back!

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Why Your Last Diet Failed

Every time you go to check out at the grocery store there they are- magazines telling you some way to lose weight, or about a movie star who lost a ton of weight. Sure, you can lose weight, but the important thing is: can you keep it off? The Diet Industry conveniently leaves the facts that only 5% of dieters are able to maintain any weight loss! Diet/Exercise Gurus and their industry make over sixty billion dollars a year on weight loss related services. What other industry could sell a product that fails 95% of the time, and still make yearly profits? None that I know of!

I am so tired of reading these articles directed at vulnerable people who have desperately tried to lose weight before, and have gained it back each time. These unsuccessful “losers” are still trying to find the magic method to lose weight, placing the blame on themselves for eating the wrong foods, for not exercising enough or for some other reason, instead of blaming the real culprit: Dieting!

And to make it even worse, 95% of dieters not only regain the weight they struggled to lose, but then pack on additional insurance pounds that bring them above the weight they started at! However, this is not because people “cheated”, stopped exercising or did anything wrong. It is simply the body’s natural biological response to being “starved” by slowing down your metabolism to keep you alive; making you hungrier and sleepier, and doing every trick in the book to bring you back to a set, “safe” weight determined by your body! Every time you go on a diet, you increase that “set point” which will make you gain even more weight if you go on another diet.

This is the same thing that happens each time, no matter what kind of diet, eating plan, lifestyle change or any other reduced caloric and increased exercise program there is! It also happens when you change the type of food you eat (Paleo, Vegetarian, Atkins, low fat, gluten-free). Only 5% of dieters maintain their weight loss.

This is because we are focusing on the wrong approach to weight loss. Think about what happened right before you started gaining weight. Most people can remember a stressful event that was going on in their lives. That stress changed their metabolisms from the increased amount of cortisol that is released as a reaction to stress. Combine that with the use of “comfort” food as self-medication for stress, and you have the perfect combination for weight gain.

Why hasn’t the diet industry focused on the actual cause of weight gain by addressing how to manage stress?! Their approach is like telling you to take an aspirin for the pain caused by a pebble in your shoe instead of removing the pebble!

All evidence points to STRESS as the major cause of weight gain. And the stressor doesn’t even have to start immediately before weight gain. It can the result of humiliation, abuse or neglect suffered when you were younger than 6 years old (ACE long term study ). Overweight can come from the level of your mother’s stress when she was pregnant. And weight gain can be from your own stress levels: losing a job, getting divorced, getting sick, being poor and any other stressor that affects your mood and life.

And most common of all for young girls and women is the effect of the media and fashion trends which makes them the brunt of teasing or scorn if she’s not excessively thin. With each diet a woman goes on, she increases her weight and her life is now about yo-yoing between thin and heavy.

Before you fall for the biased reporting in those weight loss articles, remember that you only have a 5% chance of maintaining any weight loss, and a 95% chance of actually gaining weight after you finish your diet. And instead begin something really good for yourself. Start a stress relief program. That will ultimately affect your cortisol levels that can repair your metabolism.

There are no intentional weight loss diets that haven been proven to work long term! But you can prevent yourself from gaining weight by having a daily practice of stress relief, nurturing yourself by eating enough food slowly and mindfully, having enough rest and finding joy in your life. Then, you may drop weight unintentionally, and find yourself in the lucky 5% group of people who successfully maintain weight loss. But no guarantees… no sugar coating here… just the facts.

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Himalayan Pink Salt for Weight Loss

Himalayan pink salt has numerous attributed health properties which deem it rather preferable for use in our daily life. It is scientifically proven to contain more than 80 mineral salts that provide nutrients to the body and mind of the user.

Among the more important health benefits of the pink salt, weight loss is considered a crucial one. Details are discussed below:

Weight Loss using Himalayan Salt

The majority of our population suffers from obesity and unhealthy diet which leads to accumulation of fat on our stomach and thighs. This is the first sign of an unhealthy lifestyle and if this is not controlled in due time, it will takes its toll in the latter part of life.

A natural way to aid weight loss without the fear of side effects is the Himalayan pink salt. According to a few reports, people have reduced weight when they switched to the natural pink salt for their diet instead of the white table salt. Pink salt can be used just like the white salt: in flavoring, marinating, seasoning, preserving, etc. Another very popular method of using pink salt to promote weight loss is using Himalayan salt sole.

What is salt sole?

Himalayan salt appears reddish pink because of the addition of the mineral salts in it. The essence of the salt is in the salt sole.

To make this sole, put a handful of pink salt granules in a big jug of water overnight. Let is dissolve by itself. You can start using the salt sole from the next day, teaspoon by teaspoon. The salt sole will last until the salt dissolves completely.

How does the Himalayan salt effects weight loss?

Salt content in the body causes retention of water inside the cells of the body through the known phenomenon of osmosis. The excess of water causes body to look swelled and fat; it often is also the cause of cellulite too. The Himalayan salt crystals unlike the common table salt release this extra water from the cells. It also decreases the craving by the body for food high in sugar content and carbohydrates.

How to use Himalayan salt for weight loss:

  • For a natural way to intake mineral salts required for the growth and sustenance of the human body, use a teaspoon of concentrated Himalayan salt sole in a cup full of water and drink it on an empty stomach every morning.
  • Use a Himalayan salt massage stone from time to time. It aids in removing accumulation of dead cells from the surface of the skin which removes toxins and other impurities with it. The massage technique also regulate the circulation of blood flow and health hormones inside the body which cause reduction in puffiness, calms down the nervous system, enhances metabolism and improves digestive system.
  • It is also recommended that you use Himalayan bath salt twice a week to relieve symptoms of body sores and muscle pains.
  • To target a particular area of the body for reduction of fat buildup, like stomach, thighs, hips, etc. we recommend ‘salt sole compress wraps’. Elastic bandages are soaked in a 5% solution of salt sole. (Make sure the water is lukewarm.) Wring the extra water out of it. Apply the bandage on the targeted area and let it sit there for an hour or so.
  • Lastly, exercise and a healthy diet are mandatory to assist the use of Himalayan salt towards the goal of weight loss.

Other benefits of using Himalayan salt

Himalayan salt is not only beneficial for weight loss but for following health benefits:

  • Improves circulation in the body
  • Regulates blood pressure
  • Cures kidney problems
  • Balances pH levels inside the body
  • Reduces risk of heart attack
  • Decrease symptoms of asthma, sinus infections, and mucus buildup
  • Provides necessary minerals and nutrients to the body

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5 Tips For Taming Hunger

Do you find that you are always hungry? Is the hunger insatiable? This can be very frustrating especially when you’re trying to watch your weight or slim down. If you eat a meal, you want to feel full and satisfied and not hungry within an hour. It’s important to note that if you are trying to slim down and the leaner you get, you will experience some hunger. That dieting hunger is inevitable because it’s a survival mechanism. You are not dying of course, but your body is trying to preserve its body fat in case of a true famine. On the flip side, if you simply struggle with what feels like excessive hunger here are my top 5 tips for taming hunger:

Tip 1: Track Your Calories

Oftentimes people think they are consuming enough calories for their body but we’ve learned that most people are terrible at estimating calories. This tip is about using an app to track your calories so you understand exactly how much you are consuming. You won’t have to track your calories forever but it will start to give you a clearer picture until you figure this out. For weight maintenance you will want to eat in calories, your body weight multiplied by 14-16. This is a starting point, it’s important to monitor your weight and hunger levels. If you begin to lose weight eating those calories then increase them. Foods that are higher in calories are nuts and seeds so grabbing a small handful of those and eating them slowly can provide a boost. The fat in the nuts and seeds will also help with satiety.

Tip 2: Nutrients and Volume

If you are eating a somewhat restrictive diet whether on purpose to avoid certain foods or good groups or that is just how you eat, you could potentially be missing out on key nutrients. A hunger signal from the body is driving you to eat more in order to acquire what’s missing. Be sure to include lots of green vegetables and fruits to get those micro-nutrients in. Also, taking a greens powder mix daily will fill in those nutritional gaps. Alongside the nutrients think about volume. Volume foods are large in quantity, high in nutrients and low in calories. These volume foods will fill you up and keep you feeling full. Some great examples of volume foods are vegetables such as cucumbers, spaghetti squash, kale and zucchini. Berries are also great for providing nutrients and are low calories so have a bowl of sliced strawberries if you wish.

Tip 3: Drink Water

The part of your brain that interprets hunger and thirst signals is the same and signals sometimes get mixed up. When you are feeling hungry and you have recently ate, try reaching for a fresh glass of water instead of food. Oftentimes, having a big glass of water helps stave off hunger for another hour or two.

Tip 4: Sleep

When we get poor sleep, whether that be interrupted sleep or simply not enough hours it can affect our hunger levels for the next day. This lack of sleep will make you feel hungrier than normal and leptin levels go down. Leptin is our hormone that tells us we are full and to stop eating. Try working on creating healthy sleep habits in order to improve your sleep. Some tips for creating these habits are; set a schedule to lie down every night at the same time, dim the lights in the evening, remove all electronics and cell phones from your room, sleep in complete darkness, keep a journal beside your bed to write down any thoughts or ideas that pop up, and so forth.

Tip 5: Intermittent Fasting

Fasting (abstaining from food) has the ability to suppress appetite and reset leptin signals. A popular way to begin this protocol is to start with intermittent fasting. This is where you will fast for about 16 hours (mostly over night) and only eat your calories for the day in an 8 hour eating window. It depends on your lifestyle but it’s easiest to have an eating window later in the day to enjoy a big dinner. For example; fast from 8pm until 12pm the next day. Drink only water, black coffee or plain tea and eat your food between 12pm and 8pm. The eating window can shortened as you see fit as long as you consume all of your calories for the day in the eating window. By doing this, you will suppress your appetite throughout the day and feel full and satiated eating your calories in a shorter time frame.

Feeling hungry can be uncomfortable but do some personal investigative work and find out what the culprit could be. Once you know where an issue may be then you will feel confident in knowing how to correct it.

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Bacterial Vaginosis Diet – Foods To Eat and To Avoid With Bacterial Vaginosis

Bacterial vaginosis is a condition in which the natural environment of the vagina is disturbed as a result of overgrowth of harmful bacteria that dwells in the vagina. The harmful bacteria multiply rapidly due to various reasons, notably poor hygiene and unhealthy eating habits. When these harmful bacteria multiply and outnumbers the good or beneficial bacteria that also dwell in the vagina, then this imbalance triggers the infection.

Some of the symptoms of this disease include greyish white vaginal discharge which is more obvious after sexual intercourse, foul fishy vagina odor, vaginal itching and difficult or painful urination. The main cause of this infection is still unknown, but certain factors may increase the risk of this condition, and these include; excessive vaginal douching, having multiple sexual partners, engaging in unprotected sex, use of inter-uterine devices for birth control as well as using vaginal sprays.

Antibiotics are usually prescribed for the treatment of bacterial vaginosis. Conventional treatments using antibiotics can only provide a temporary relief as there are always the possibilities that the disease can happen again. This might prompt you to take more doses of antibiotics which are harmful to the body as this is likely to cause side effects.

If you are diagnosed with bacterial vaginosis or have any of its symptoms, the most important step towards your treatment is to modify your diet. There are certain foods that can help you to control the symptoms of bacterial vaginosis.

The followings are some foods to eat and avoid in preventing and controlling your bacterial vaginosis infection:

Foods To Eat

You should eat a diet that is high in fibres. Fresh fruits, vegetables and whole grains contain high fibre contents, so eat them regularly. You should also include nutritional supplements such as vitamin C in your regular diet in order to boost your immune system.

Drink plenty of water everyday. Drink at least 8-10 glasses of water everyday. This is necessary in order for you to be hydrated at all times. Drinking lots of water will flush out all the unnecessary fluids in the body and also help in the digestion of extra sugar in the system. This will eliminate a major source of food for bad bacteria in the vagina. In addition, try to drink lots of cranberry juice. It contains high level of acid which suppresses the growth of harmful bacteria in the vagina.

Foods To Avoid

Eating some foods may increase the risk of contacting the disease or aggravate the symptoms of an existing infection. Stop eating food with high glucose-sugar contents, such as white bread. This type of food is a source of nutrients for bad bacteria in the vagina. Therefore, you should avoid them in your diet. Instead, opt for whole wheat bread which contains less glucose and sugar contents.

Avoid salt or reduce excessive intake of salt in your diet. Too much salt in the body can cause water retention and can also increase the risk of urinary tract infection.

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Dieting Tips – Learn How to Lose 9lbs in 11 Days!

Irregardless of the fact that losing weight is a simple process that anyone could go through without any complications met, most people agree that it is a vague and complex process. Many think that it should embrace special exercises, strange diets, or even pills that would work like magic. Nutritionist suggests that sticking with simple process as long as the person can faithfully follow the regimen is the right way to start. Are you aware that a dose of discipline will allow you to lose 9lbs in just a matter of 11 days?

Weight loss 4 idiots had become one of the most viewed site starting January of 2005 given that they aim to help individual curb their fat in just a matter of few days. The good thing is the person is allowed to consume foods as much as they want. But wait, you need not to drink diet pills since all it takes is for you to consume small dishes in one day. Yes you are reading it right since they would not ask you to binge over tasteless foods or skip meals just to have the right calorie amount that will suit your wanting-to-lose-weight attitude.

The problem with starving yourself to death is that it allows a person to lose the interest since they would have the insight that dieting is all about the sickening process of saying goodbye to rich and tasteful foods. Also, when limiting calorie, your body will of course opt for reserves in the body to burn fat which leads in losing weight. The setback is, when you begin to eat again, the body will save the needed calories which result for the digestive system to slow down. It will also store calorie in such a way that you are getting back what you had already lost.

In view of this, if you wish to lose 9lbs in 11 days then eat several small meals in a day. Doing this will trick the body to employ both the Fat Storage and Fat Burning Hormones thus you can say goodbye to unnecessary pounds faster and in a more convenient manner. Doing this will also benefit you in such a way that you are getting the privileged of eating foods that are really close to your heart thus you will enjoy what you are doing and you’ll never feel as if you are forced to eat tasteless something which they happen to still call as ‘foods’.

You’ll have a sure way of getting your dreaded body since there is a small chance that you’re going to cheat with your diet. Boredom is off the bay because there are various dishes offered during the day; in fact you can even enjoy what you are doing. Most of the foods advised are just available on the nearest grocery store thus this is really a hassle-free way of dieting! Many people are now convinced that they can really lose 9lbs in 11 days so who knows if the diet is just waiting for you so you too can benefit from it? Try it right now!

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