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I’ve been in the health field for 30 years and I have yet to see anyone who loses weight by dieting that doesn’t put it all back on and then some.

Plus they’re miserable while they’re dieting because they feel deprived!


If I’ve just described you, listen up:  If you want to finally lose weight and keep it off, then STOP DIETING!


Instead take off that excess weight you’ve been carrying around smartly and sensibly. 


Read today’s blog to find out how.


Want to lose weight? Stop dieting!

I’ve been in the health field for 30 years and I have yet to see anyone who loses weight by dieting that doesn’t put it all back on and then some.


Plus they’re miserable while they’re dieting because they feel deprived!


If I’ve even remotely described you, listen up:  If you want to finally lose weight and keep it off, then STOP DIETING!


Instead take off that excess weight you’ve been carrying around smartly and sensibly. 


There are just 4 easy steps to remember--I call them how to S-L-I-M your way to a skinnier you!


Here they are:


S – L – I – M your way to a skinnier you


S: Set SMART goals

Make your weight loss goals SMART--Specific; Measurable; Attainable; Realistic; Timely


Specific: Your goals must be specific, such as “I want to weigh 130 pounds” or “I want to wear a size 8.” 


Measurable: Your goal must be measurable—if you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it.  Using the examples above, you can weigh yourselfweekly to see if you’re approaching 130 pounds or you can try on clothes to see how you’re progressing toward that size 8.


Attainable: Your goal should be something you must work for, but also something you can reasonably attain.  For example, a goal of losing 20 pounds in one week is likely not attainable, but losing 1-3 pounds per week is. 


Realistic: Your goals must be based in reality—otherwise, you’ll give up.  For instance, saying you’ll never eat chocolate again for the rest of your life isn’t realistic, but saying you’ll limit yourself to a small piece of chocolate once a week is.


Timely: Put time frames on your goals to stay motivated.  If your goal is to take off 25 pounds, set specific smaller goals for shorter time frames such as 2 pounds per week.  This will allow you to celebrate mini-victories along the way and stay motivated toward that 25 pounds.


L:  Lose the fads

Any diet that requires you to take pills, eat only their foods, drink concoctions, skip meals, eliminate whole food groups from your diet or a combination thereof is a FAD, plain and simple.


Will you lose weight with these diets?  Absolutely!  But any weight loss you do achieve will be temporary because as soon as you start eating your “old way” again, watch the tide roll back in on your backside.


Think of it this way: If any of those diets was truly the holy grail of losing weight, then why are there still overweight people in the world?


I:  Improve your digestion and nourish your body

From a biological perspective, your level of success in losing weight and keeping it off is completely dependent on your ability to:
  • Efficiently burn calories
  • Avoid overeating and
  • Maintain a high level of energy and good health


And that is a reflection of how well you nourish your body and how efficient your digestion is.

In order to properly nourish your body, you must feed it real foods.


Not processed, packaged, “stuff-in-a-box” but real honest to goodness FOOD.  Things like fresh fruits, fresh vegetables, meats and poultry, fish, whole grains, dairy, eggs and healthy essential fats.


When you eat realfoods like these, your body can get nourished the way it needs to be—the way Nature (not Kraft, Betty Crocker or General Mills) intended.


When you're properly nourished:
  • You get full faster and eat less overall because nourishing foods fill you up better than junk.
  • Real foods are inherently lower in calories than junk foods, so you’ll take in fewer calories.
  • When you're properly nourished, you'll also STAY full and satisfied longer, so your chances of binging or late night snacking will be dramatically reduced.
Your digestion is important too.


If your foods are not being broken down like they should be in the digestive process, you're not getting the maximum nutrition from them. 


Since your hunger signal is triggered by a need for nourishment, if you’re not properly assimilating nutrients from your foods that can cause feelings of hunger which leads to overeating (and weight gain).


The Great Taste No Pain health system can guide you through this important step (or if you’re gluten-sensitive, Great Taste No Gluten).


Both Great Taste No Pain and Great Taste No Gluten show you how to create meals featuring nutritious realfoods that are not only a snap to prepare, but taste positively fantastic!


Plus Great Taste No Pain and Great Taste No Gluten show you how to put together meals that are much easier for your system to digest. 


That can mean better digestion and nutrient absorption as well as fewer episodes of gas, bloating and constipation!


And here’s the really exciting part:  Both systems also have a dessert chapter!


Eating healthy does NOT have to mean deprivation—so you’ll also get yummy recipes and guides for eating occasional desserts that will give your sweet tooth a treat but won’t ruin your weight loss efforts.


Now, if you’ve had a typical modern-type diet for a long time, your body may need a little enzyme boost because today’s highly processed foods are very difficult to digest. 


If you think you may be a little low in the enzyme department, Digestizol Max can pinch hit where you need it.
 

Digestizol Max’s blend of 15 plant-derived enzymes can give your body the support it needs to help make sure all of your foods are broken down like they should be.


M:  Move your body

Exercise is a dirty word to many people, but you've GOT to move your body if you ever want to see that scale number come down and stay down. 


Now don't even start with your excuses. 


I was recently running at our local lakeside park and observed a man who had braces on both legs, was using a walker, was laboring to breathe, yet was still plugging along walking and getting exercise as best he could.


So now what’s yourexcuse?


Stop being an excuse-maker.  Get your doctor’s OK and get moving.



Remember, to lose the weight and keep it off, stop dieting!  Instead S-L-I-Myour way to the weight you’ve always dreamed of…and stay there.

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