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Our Lady of Weight Loss

Our Lady of Weight Loss

What’s does your eating ‘style’ say about you?

Our Lady of Weight LossAccording to Our Lady of Weight Loss, the patron saint of permanent fat removal, she who has devoted a great deal of time to examining the way in which people eat, there are 10 basic eating styles – from Gulp n’ Go to Totally Beige to the Food Architect.
What’s your eating style? What does your eating ‘style’ say about you? Perhaps it’s time to take a look at our methodology and make some adjustments!!!
Our Lady of Weight Loss’s Top Ten Eating Styles
1. The Unconscious Eater
If you find yourself covered in cookie crumbs, and do not have any memory of eating cookies, you are an UNCONSCIOUS EATER. WAKE UP! Be in the here and now.
2. Gulp n’ Go
Are you always on the run, doing the ole’ GULP n’ GO? Sit down and take a moment. Please.
3. Food Architect
You are a FOOD ARCHITECT if you sculpt mountains of mashed potatoes, arrange broccoli in and around them like trees, and layer slices of meat until you’ve created a high-rise apartment building. While I admire your creativity, play with Legos instead!
4. Assembly-Line Eater
You are an ASSEMBLY-LINE EATER if you load-up another fork full while still chewing. Put the fork down in between bites.
5. Never Say, “No, Thank You.”
Do you have a NEVER SAY, “NO, THANK YOU” policy in place? Afraid you might offend someone? Time for a re-write.
6. If It’s FREE, It’s for ME
Do you exclaim, “IF IT’S FREE, IT’S FOR ME!” when you see free food tastings and samplings at the supermarket? Eat before food shopping and recommit to your goals before you head out.
7. Closet Eater
You are a CLOSET EATER if you keep a mini-fridge in your coat closet and visit it nightly. Come on out of the closet and join the rest of us. It’s safe out here.
8. Speed Eater
If your friends suggest that you challenge the Japanese world speed-eating champion who swallowed a total of 53 1/2 hot dogs, and their accompanying buns, in just 12 minutes, then you are a SPEED EATER. I’m gagging just thinking about it.
9. Beige-Eater
If potatoes, pasta and mac and cheese are your main stay, then you are a BEIGE-eater. Add red peppers, strawberries, green beans, and bright blueberries to your palate . . . NOW.
10. Fried
You are FRIED if you think ‘fried’ is a food group. Now you know better!
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Janice
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  • Sam

    What if none of these seems to fit?

  • http://steps-to-skinny.blogspot.com The Katt

    I’m definitely a beige eater. I’m working on changing that, though, by taking on a more active role in the grocery shopping (Hubby’s typically in charge of that errand).

  • joan

    I am a speed eater, but I’m still not sure what that says about me. Did I miss something?

  • Heather

    I’m the “oh so healthy girl until 7pm hits” and then I binge on junk to shove down the emotions unacknowledged through the day.
    What about the condiment eater? Or someone who eats a cucumber, then a few pieces of bread, then goes back for a few slices of chicken breasts…meanwhile they are still unsatisfied by the end and could have (instead) had a delicious sandwich!

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