Just Tell Me What To Eat!

what to eatLet’s face it.

We all like being told exactly how to do something.

Why waste time experimenting and failing and starting over?

When we desire to lose our extra weight, it’s no different.

Tell me what to eat!

Give me some structure!

Just spell it out for me!

I sympathize.

Truly.

Wouldn’t it be cool and easy if someone could just tell you exactly what, when and how much to eat?

There are tons of diets out there that do just that.

But here’s the problem with them:

Diets are external rules.

They have nothing to do with your body.

Your situation.

Your needs, and your hunger.

I want you to figure out what to eat.

With my help.

You can create the structure you crave.

And it will work better than any diet.

Because you’ll be the designer.

Here’s where to start:

  1. What do you like to eat?
  2. That actually feels good in your body?
  3. That gives you energy?
  4. And doesn’t make you feel like you need to take a nap and open your pants?
  5. And when you’re done, you feel light, energized and satisfied?

Take some time and sit down.

Make a list of foods you like that like you back.

And do the work.

Plan some simple meals. Shop for the food. Prep the food. You know… wash some veggies, and cut up some things you can grab.

What about rules?

You create the rules.

If it makes your stomach upset, take it off the list.

If it leaves you bloated or headachy, take it off the list.

If it makes you literally unable to stop eating, like one of those puffy, salty, super-processed snacks, have it just once in a while, if you want.

It’s all up to you.

But, you will have structure.

It’s just your own structure. Not mine.

Not Weight Watcher’s.

Your body will tell you how much to eat.

Your body will tell you what to eat.

And your body will tell you when to stop.

I know. I know.

This wasn’t exactly what you wanted.

You wanted me to tell you.

So let me ask you one last question:

Do you want to do what works?

Or do you just want someone to tell you what to do?

Again.

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