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    Hi guys, suddenly I read this story of Adan Steer, his story told depict deeply about weight, the nature of losing weight and what losing weight is. In history how does people lose weight, it almost against the method of lose weight today: “you have to diet”, “you have to exercise”… At first, I read I felt it totally nonsense and then read more I see it’s completely reasonable.
    And here’s story of him:
    If you’re ready to finally lose all the weight you want then you’ll love this story...
    I used to follow the diet gurus like a lost sheep…
    That all ended over a juicy hamburger in 2009 across from a fellow named Brad Pilon. He helped me dig out of a deep pit most chronic “dieters” feel trapped in...

    Maybe you’ve felt this too...
    You start out strong. You’re confident “this time” you’re going to lose the weight and keep it off.
    You pick a “diet” and dig in. At first it seems doable. Then the rules get confusing.
    You get busy. All of a sudden fighting the endless food restrictions, calorie counts, ounces and portions is overwhelming.
    Every meal is a mental battle. What foods to eat? How many calories? It’s exhausting!...
    I would go out with friends. I’d either watch them enjoy their meals while I picked at a salad... Or I’d break down... Eat twice as much as I usually would… And end up feeling terrible about myself...
    Whatever it is, something knocks you off the plan...
    You tell yourself you’ll get back to it tomorrow. But tomorrow never comes. And…
    Before you know it you’ve gained all the weight back — and more!...
    When I look back at those times it’s like I was being herded. Like I was a lost sheep blindly following wherever the diet gurus and their fancy plans drove me — even though time and time again I ended up right back where I started. I was trapped in a pit, depressed and a little bit fatter than when I started...
    To read more about this story, Click here:
    Last edited by jns; 07-14-2017, 12:34 PM. Reason: Outbound links are not allowed.

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    Dieting is difficult and a pain. Plus, you actually end up fatter. So I keep things simple and eat breakfast, lunch and dinner. I'll have cereal in the morning, a light lunch and a healthy home-cooked dinner. I eat the odd bag of crisps, the odd yogurt and some chocolate. I don't beat myself up or feel guilty: my body knows what I need to eat and how much. Food is not a crime and being hungry is natural. No diet or food replacement product can stop hunger. After a day without food, the person would be raiding the fridge. Realistic diets don't ban any food: including custard.

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