I hate diets —especially rigid ones that cut out entire food groups and require tracking numbers. Restrictive diets don’t seem realistic to me in the long term, and I’ve heard of so many people gaining the weight back when the diet is over—sometimes even more weight. It makes me want that banned food so much more. I believe in subtle, moderate lifestyle changes that add up over time and become the new normal. That philosophy hasn’t worked. My weight has slowly crept up about 15 pounds since I met my boyfriend six years ago and moved in with him three years ago. The same goes for my pencil skirts and form-fitting dresses.
Move on, level up and start fresh. The picture on the left was day 1 with pounds and on the right Is day 42 now with And what should you do instead to lose weight? I’m trying to see if I can get any good feedback on some diet programs that I’ve come across. I have been bigger than I am now. After the third time you ask the server to hold the onions from your chicken fajitas, you’ll just want to never go into a restaurant again. But eating and exercise should always be about more than the aesthetics. Still, I enjoy cooking and I plan my meals on the regular anyway. It’s not just about the number and how I look, but I’ve learned that I need to take care of my body from the inside out for health reasons too. And of course, the keto diet is one of those buzzy eating methods that never seems to go away. Oats are good, but not every day.
My clothes are fitting better and I am feeling more confident! It is like having a personalized weight loss coach in your pocket that tells you how you can change your diet and exercise to meet your weight management goals. I decided to be in the pictures. Luckily, I consider myself an adventurous cook, frequently cooked at home before the diet, and am willing to try new recipes. It’s a journey and you are allowed to make mistakes I love sharing information about keto.