The hunger. The cravings. Feeling like those cookies in the cupboard are calling your name. We all hate it, but we all do it because we've been told that we need to do it if we want to lose fat and drop the pounds.
Then comes the confusing question of, "What diet should I follow?"
Almost every week, a new fad diet that promises results faster than the last (which already promised incredibly fast results) appears.
And here's the kicker, most of these diets don't work.
Actually, let me rephrase that....
Most of these diets don't work over the long term. They're not sustainable to your everyday life because they don't take into account simple human psychology or behavior....
Sure, eating carefully measured portions of grilled chicken, steamed broccoli, and unflavored brown rice will get you in shape, (and it will get you there fast). But it isn't sustainable, enjoyable, or doable for 99% of people.
And that is why most diets fail. They're far too restrictive for everyday life and they're almost impossible to sustain.
Let's face it....
You don't want to cut out our favorite foods, you don't want to drink smoothies instead of eating, you don't want to weigh your bland portions, and you want lots of variety in your meals. And, so you should.
So, let me introduce you to Eat More, Weigh Less, a sustainable and easy-to-follow dietary approach that delivers results quickly, (without you hating every meal).
Instead of hopping on the latest dietary trends I've pulled it back to the fundamentals: The basic principles fitness pros have used for years to get in (and stay in) shape.
©2015 Peter Paulson (P)2015 Good Living Publishing
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