Why I Don’t Do Weight-Loss Diets!

I applaud anyone who voluntarily restricts their eating, for an extended period of time, to lose weight — more power to you! The thought of following a food-deprived routine just isn’t appealing to me — I have tried, and failed.

Weight-loss diets aren’t easy to follow. You first have to get your mind right to go through with the plan. If not, you’re wasting your time. Then, there’s the added expense of buying all the food ingredients for a specific diet. And, last, but not least, there’s the measuring of everything you eat. I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to spend my every waking moment measuring out peas, beans, and what have you. I’d rather just be mindful of what I eat, which is what I’ve done for the last 30 years.

There are so many different weight-loss diets, it’s hard to keep up. I hate to say it, but maybe if we followed a control-your-weight diet, we may not need so many diets urging us to lose weight. Rather, our daily eating of healthy foods such as fresh fruits, vegetables, lean meats, fish, poultry, whole grains, and dairy would help us to maintain a healthy weight. So, you heard it from me: “Ditch the weight-loss diets and just eat real food!”

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6 Comments Add yours

    1. pjoseph31 says:

      Thanks for stopping by!

    1. pjoseph31 says:

      Way to go! You should reveal your secrets:) Thanks for stopping by!

      1. Weighing 241, I cried out to God that I was burned out on all diets and had a failure complex. He spoke to my heart, “Eat just three meals a day and no snacks. You can have anything you want, but eat only at mealtime. Do this for 40 days.

        It took me 60 days of trying to get 40 days. Then I asked, “Now what?”
        He replied, “Now cut your food in half. Still only 3 meals a day with no snacks.”
        Now I’ve lost 91 pounds.
        http://www.talkingtomyweightlosscounselor.wordpress.com

      2. pjoseph31 says:

        Thanks for sharing!

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