“now! You Can Learn The Five Honest Facts About Diets And Weight Loss”

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“I started dieting. I dieted, dieted, dieted and tried all the diets and I would lose and

then I would go back to normal eating and would put it on and then some.” 

Suzanne Somers

Are you one of those people looking for a way of living that will allow you to sensibly lose weight? Keep the weight off permanently? And accomplish this while experience all the joy of eating? If you answer to those questions is ‘yes’, then you can start to celebrate now! Because this is the article that while enable you to do just that! Enough of long intro at least for now.

And without further ado, let’s dive into honest fact number one. OK?

Honest Facts No.1. Permanent fat loss is only possible with a slow, steady, safe, and sensible eating plan.

Correct me if I am wrong! Roman was not built in one day. The fat that is stuck to your body has been creeping into you without your notice. It has slowly built up in your body. By careful eating, time will tell that there would be dramatic changes. Period! You can trust me on that!

The next truth is ‘Awesome’.  That’s the word for it. Don’t believe? Just read on!

Honest Facts No.2. Extreme diets are never a permanent answer and could be dangerous.

So what I am saying is that there is this common saying ‘More haste less speed!’ This is exactly what those results may be evident. But it will end as ‘easy come, easy go’. Truthfully, staving yourself will definitely have side effects. Research has time and time again, confirmed that our bodies cannot adapt so fast to a drastic change of eating in volume and span of time. Get my drift?

Next up,

Honest Facts No. 3. When you put less fat into your mouth, you will    reduce the amount of fat you carry on your body.

Important, listen to this! The hole in your face commonly known as ‘mouth’ is the most dangerous opening to our stomach. Every action has a consequence!  This is especially evident when extra calories is created through non-stop eating and not burned up with exercise! Other things being equal, the more food we put into our month, the greater the chances that it will end up as fat in our body. Trust me! You can even bet your eye ball on this statement. Question? If ‘no’ let move along!

Let’s give a loud shout to facts number four. But don’t be shell shock by this. Aright?

Honest Facts No. 4. To control your weight, you’ll need to find a lifetime eating plan

Let’s face the truth and shame the devil. We are more concerned for the quick fixes diet especially those of a temporary diet that’s low in fat and high in nutrition, complex carbohydrates and variety. I have walked this so called ‘easy’ road to weight loss success, but it not a permanent one. This is an unvarnished truth! Comments? If ‘No’ again, then let’s quick move over the honest facts number five. Shall we?

Honest Facts No. 5. Personalizing your eating plan so that it suits your taste and your lifestyle

Call me stubborn or obstinate yet  I am still of the opinion that by having a well thought out plan will definitely move you on consistently     forwards to your ideal weight goals. It may be slow and not taxing enough yet believe me the end does justifies the means. You can bet your last dollar on this! Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction.

To recap, these are the key facts that you must take to heart. Firstly, permanent fat loss is only possible with a slow, steady, safe, and sensible eating plan. Secondly, extreme diets are never a permanent answer and could be dangerous. Thirdly, when you put less fat into your mouth, you will    reduce the amount of fat you carry on your body. Fourthly, to control your weight, you’ll need to find a lifetime eating plan that’s low in fat and high in nutrition, complex carbohydrates     and variety. The fifth fact lies in personalizing your eating plan so that it suits your     taste and your lifestyle will move you consistently     towards your goals. Easy to remember? ‘Yes’, if you ask me!

Our conclusion has to be: Yes, people who have gotten too fat may need to go on a diet to get the fat off. Once most of the excess fat is off, however, they are really only at the beginning of their treatment. At that point they must tackle the real problem.  Need I to say more? With this I rest my case!

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