No more crazy diets!


That is the plan - feeling so much better today.  Relieved to be off of the Diet Roller Coaster!   My energy is back and I am feeling healthier.

There are so many diets and the major problem I find with them is that the person diets for a period of time and then "goes off" the diet.  When I do this I tend to then crave foods I was avoiding and go on this extended binge.  I usually have the pre-diet binge as well, so that I am ready for the deprivation of the diet.

Eating normally I don't seem to experience these drastic highs and lows.

What I am working on now is taking it one day at a time - if I am really wanting something - I might have a little, or better yet, plan on having a little bit tomorrow.  When tomorrow comes most of the time I am not needing to indulge anymore.

Limiting my intake is another plan of mine - just one plateful and not having seconds.  When I do this I am not full right away, but within about 30 minutes I feel great and am really glad I stopped.

I don't know where I developed the idea that I had to eat the whole bag of candy in one sitting.  I always felt physically and mentally terrible afterward.  Especially the late night binges that keep me up and disrupt my sleep.

I am working on the new "normal" for me. 


Anonymous,  February 15, 2010 at 5:55 PM  

I'm hoping to make what I'm doing my "lifestyle" for life. Otherwise what you said will happen. I'll go right back to my old ways.

Glad you're feeling better!

midlife_swimmer February 15, 2010 at 6:34 PM  

yep go for the life long lifestyle at least for me that's been key!

Anonymous,  February 15, 2010 at 6:42 PM  

Yeah!!! Great decision :)

I can't tell you how many Last Supper's I've had because I was going on a DIEt the next day. I too have come to the conclusion that I need to learn to eat normally once and for all.

Burp and Slurp~! February 15, 2010 at 7:49 PM  

I'm excited and happy for you! "Diet" is certainly a four-letter usually makes the mind just want to run off to the other direction. I hope you find and learn the most natural and healthy way to enjoy the best body you can possibly have.

Lauralei February 15, 2010 at 8:00 PM  

I am feeling like it is finally sinking in that diets DON'T work - takes some people longer than others :)

Anonymous,  February 17, 2010 at 2:20 PM  

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Lauralei February 17, 2010 at 2:36 PM  

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