Our Lady of Weight Loss

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Holiday Survival Diet – Surrender Dorothy!

The Holiday Diet:  how to wake up thinner on New Year's Day from Our Lady of Weight LossWhat if I were to tell you that you would definitely lose weight – and lots of it – if only you followed Commandment #5 from Our Lady of Weight Loss‘s “The Ten Commandments of Permanent Fat Removal?” Would you be interested in that?
Are you ready to surrender to the most powerful rule in the Land of Permanent Fat Removal? Read on and see what Tushkateer Lesley writes! And how “surrender” for Lesley is a beautiful thing!
Lesley writes: I give up! I surrendered to the Bite-It-Write-It suggestion (edict?) from OLWL. (Commandment #5: Thou shalt honestly write it down. If you bite it, you should write it.) And it is with chagrin that I have to report it is working.
I have resisted this for one single reason (and it did seem like a reason, not an excuse, to me). I felt that by writing down every bite I took, I was focusing my attention on food.
And the whole point is to move into the lite, evolve, and – especially true – that it’s not about the food. So why give food that power, that hold, by constantly acknowledging and writing down every morsel? Doesn’t that just focus all the attention back to the food?
Welllll …. after the post from the other Tushkateer, on this very subject, I decided “What the heck – if I’m doing this, then I’m doing this. Trust Janice and take a leap of faith.”
So, I started writing everything down several days ago. And, lo and behold, it works! Rather than focusing on the food, it’s been a vehicle for planning and big pats on the back.
As far as planning goes, I usually record the next morning’s breakfast the previous night. I can get up and discover “Oh that’s right. I’m having a veggie egg-white omelet.” So far, at the end of every day, I’ve been able to look back and go “Damn! I ate really healthy today!” I’ve also been using “the log” to record and track my exercise.
Anyway, after being a major holdout in this area, I have surrendered and my clothes are looser. Thanks!
Well said, Lesley. Are YOU ready to surrender, now!?!
Spread the word … NOT the icing!
Janice
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  • http://steps-to-skinny.blogspot.com Katt

    This reminds me of a forum thread I was reading on another site(SparkPeople.com). The forum author wasn’t sure where to draw the line between a healthy interest in nutrition and an unhealthy obsession. SATTUA, I thought, had the best response. I can’t summarize it and have it come out as good as she described it, so I’ll refer to my friends, Copy and Paste:
    “I do spend a lot of time thinking about food, when I’m trying to lose. I look up the nutrition information for things, plan theoretical meals, plan out my day, and spend time admiring my beautiful, beautiful nutrition tracker (no, really).
    I don’t call that being obsessed. Obsessed is my sister-in-law, who has lost 100 pounds (go her!) and who is so afraid of gaining weight that, for example, she won’t take a taste of something her mother is cooking for Thanksgiving, to tell her if it’s seasoned correctly.
    Being interested in what you eat and liking to know exactly where you stand? Healthy, especially for people who need to take weight off.
    Being so afraid of gaining weight that you won’t take half a mouthful of food on a holiday? Obsessed.”

  • http://www.weightlossbooksthatwork.co.cc/ weight loss and fat loss

    Try to include a source of protein with each meal you have. This will have a two-fold benefit – it will keep you feeling full for longer and also slow down the digestion and absorption of your carbohydrates – great for rapid weight loss! Good sources of proteins can be found in nuts, protein shakes, fish, red or white meat.This is a good tip for rapid weight loss.

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