Oct 20

Can Dieting Make You Fat? Strange, But True! Learn to Actually Solve Your Weight Problem!

It’s a tough concept to grasp, but dieting can actually make you fat! It all starts out innocently enough. You’ve put on a few extra pounds, your jeans are suddenly WAY too tight and your husband starts hinting that you could stand to lose a couple of pounds. So you start searching the internet for a miracle diet where you can lose 5 or 10 pounds a week. Wow! You find The Grapefruit and Egg Diet. All you gotta do is eat grapefruits and eggs for a couple of weeks and you can lose over ten pounds. This grapefruit and egg thing sounds too good to be true! You run out and buy dozens of eggs and bags of grapefruit. Your diet begins.

By day two, the thought of boiled eggs is making you queasy. By day three, you can’t face another egg, you have a splitting headache and all you do is grouch, grouch, grouch. By day five, you’ve lost six pounds, mostly because you’re not eating much of anything. You’re weak and you’re SO hungry. So that’s it! You give up your diet and go on an eating binge because you have felt so deprived. You eat everything in sight until you’re disgusted with yourself. You have a great idea! You’ll just start a new diet on Monday. A new diet, a better diet, a diet that doesn’t have grapefruit or eggs!

The cycle starts when you tell yourself you will start your diet on Monday. This gives you the okay mentally to eat whatever you want and how much you want until Monday gets here. You must eat all those foods that will be forbidden come Monday. You might not even be a sweet eater (Yes there are overweight people who don’t like sweets!), but you buy cakes and ice cream because you know you can’t have them next week. You can eat what you want without guilt because your world is going to change on Monday. This is all great and wonderful until Monday gets here and you’ve gained 5 pounds, you’re still hungry and you’re not ready to start a diet. You’re even more hungry than before because overeating makes you more hungry. But today is Monday nevertheless and you really do need to start that diet, so you decide to fast this week to make up for all you ate last week. By Monday evening you are so hungry and you feel so deprived that you totally give up and decide to eat – a lot. You go ahead and eat a big meal and tell yourself you can eat this evening and go back on your fast tomorrow. You promise yourself you’ll be “good” tomorrow (So now eating means being bad). You think to yourself “Didn’t I tell myself this last week?” Well, yes but tomorrow will be different. I will definitely go back on my plan tomorrow. So you gorge all evening because you won’t be able to eat tomorrow.

Now it’s Tuesday and so far this week you’ve been bad, realized you can’t trust yourself, have broken a promise you made to yourself, have felt guilty and have been a failure. And this is only Tuesday! So what do you do? Do you go back on your fast? No, you tell yourself “Hey, I already blew it this week. I’ll start my fast again next Monday.” You promise yourself you will definitely start the fast on Monday. No ifs, ands, or buts about it. Don’t you remember you told yourself that last week? Well sure, but come next Monday I’m definitely going on my fast or maybe The Atkins Diet. I could even try The Zone Diet, The South Beach Diet, Weight Watchers, The Slim Fast Diet, Nutri-System, Medifast, Optifast, The Air Force Diet, The Grapefruit Diet, The Body Type Diet, The No Diet Diet or maybe I’ll do The Richard Simmons Diet, Jenny Craig, The Perricone Weight Loss Diet, The Raw Food Diet, the YOU On A Diet Diet or The Best Life Diet. The only thing you know for sure is that you’re going on some kind of diet where you have to eat diet food. You hate diet food, but the cycle begins again and you proceed to eat all the “forbidden” foods you’ll soon be missing out on. The problem even gets worse when you start telling yourself in October that it’s futile to diet through the holidays. You come up with a great idea! Eat all you want through the holidays and go back on a diet January 1st. Now THAT’S how dieting can make you fat. Is it a little crazy? Well, yeah, didn’t I tell you? Dieting can also make you a little crazy!

If all this sounds all too familiar to you, it’s time to stop dieting and start losing weight. The reason you want to eat all these “forbidden” foods today is because you know you can’t have them tomorrow or Monday. Guess what? With The 100 Calorie Diet, you don’t have to worry about the so called bad foods because there aren’t any “bad” foods. You don’t have to worry that you can’t have bread, sweets, chocolate, sodas or beer because on The 100 Calorie Diet you CAN have them tomorrow and you CAN have them on Monday and you CAN have them on Thanksgiving, Christmas and even January 1st! It’s time to calm down and eat for today what you CAN eat today. Start EATING the 100 calorie way today. It sure beats dieting!

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