How to eat and lose weight
How Not To Eat To Lose Weight
Know what really fires me up? All those diet clubs that rely on calorie counting, calorie restriction, measuring out tiny bits of old fish and calculations for weight loss in general! Those food diet scales, those portion control plates, those restrictions and willpower – it’s no way to live a life! My point is simply this: animals in the wild do not have weighing sales; points calculators, diet shakes or nutrition charts SO WHY DO WE?
If We Could Talk To The Animals
Our animal friends rely on metabolic signals in the brain which point to things like hunger, fullness, movement and play. We are no different, I think we just lost the skill to listen? Or was it taken away from us by the relentless growth in intensive farming and processed foods?
Our hormones know how to regulate appetite and provide indicators when we are hungry and when we have eaten enough. It’s natural! Fight against this natural instinct and you are left with calorie counting and forced exercise neither of which are conducive to wellbeing and ultimately, if you want weight loss you will fail on the grounds that you are fighting against your natural instincts. So if you think calorie counting nutrition tables and points calculators are for you then go take your tired, malnourished body back into conventional dietary wisdom and see how that works for you in 2012.
How to Diet To Lose Weight
Fortunately there is another way, a better way to not only eat and lose weight but also avoid getting sick. We want to encourage you to rediscover real food which will satisfy your appetite and prevent those food cravings and sugar slumps. We will re-introduce you back to Fat, yes satisfying, comforting, nutrient dense essential saturated, and un-saturated good fats you need for optimal nutrition and health. We will show you the best foods for a diet, you will learn not only How To Diet but which foods set off an abnormal hormonal and emotional response and point the way to a rich and satisfying life….the rest is up to you!
Posted on December 30, 2011, in Stoneage Diet, Weight Loss and tagged Caveman Diet, Counting Calories, Dieting, Eating, Health, Paleo Diet, Stoneage Diet, Weight Loss, Weight Watchers. Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.