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Jun 13th, 2013, 11:35 AM  
kiwifrootkai
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Calorie counting is the only one I can afford and get my head round, and i'm getting on okay atm!
 
Jun 13th, 2013, 17:59 PM  
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Stu you could bring in a proper dinner and heat it up if they have facilities. I always found this best when I was working - usually a tuna pasta bake, baked potato (with the filling in separate tub and the potato already cooked so it just had to be heated up) or lasagne and then just add some salad to it. You'd save a fortune then by doing this as cafe food is overpriced thus leaving you money to treat Charlene oops I mean yourself
 
Jun 14th, 2013, 01:22 AM  
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Heart break diet worked for me. Then once I lost 3st from sadness and stress I've lost another 17lb from the super model diet. (Cigarettes and diet coke) plus running around and playing football with two preschool boys.
In seriousness tho, I've lost over 4 stone and never once followed a diet. I just eat when I'm physically Hungry (not fancying something but actually hungry) and I literally eat whatever it is my body wants. Wether it me salad or chocolate, healthy stuff or junk. It's hard to recognise real hunger over a fancy for something. I sometimes go well over 24 hours without eating if I'm not hungry and some days I seem to eat all day. I just go with what my body tells me rather than breakfast lunch dinner routine.
It's probably not the healthiest way to live but I'm never lacking in energy or let myself become weak or faint from hunger.
Some people need a structured diet but I feel like I'm dieting when I'm on on one and I don't like that. I go out for meals still, with friends and that but I usually just have a starter rather than a main but I eat it while they have their main. If I'm hungry and feeling the need for the type of food that the restaurante cooks then ill eat an entire menu worth haha
It's hard to explain but I think you get the jist. I guess my diet is like that Paul McKenna think yourself thin diet xx
 
 
Jun 14th, 2013, 09:47 AM  
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Slimming world has worked best for me!
 
 
Jun 14th, 2013, 13:01 PM  
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Heart break diet worked for me. Then once I lost 3st from sadness and stress I've lost another 17lb from the super model diet. (Cigarettes and diet coke) plus running around and playing football with two preschool boys.
In seriousness tho, I've lost over 4 stone and never once followed a diet. I just eat when I'm physically Hungry (not fancying something but actually hungry) and I literally eat whatever it is my body wants. Wether it me salad or chocolate, healthy stuff or junk. It's hard to recognise real hunger over a fancy for something. I sometimes go well over 24 hours without eating if I'm not hungry and some days I seem to eat all day. I just go with what my body tells me rather than breakfast lunch dinner routine.
It's probably not the healthiest way to live but I'm never lacking in energy or let myself become weak or faint from hunger.
Some people need a structured diet but I feel like I'm dieting when I'm on on one and I don't like that. I go out for meals still, with friends and that but I usually just have a starter rather than a main but I eat it while they have their main. If I'm hungry and feeling the need for the type of food that the restaurante cooks then ill eat an entire menu worth haha
It's hard to explain but I think you get the jist. I guess my diet is like that Paul McKenna think yourself thin diet xx
This is really interesting to me. When i "diet" i tend to lose weight ok for a few weeks then I go rubbish and I put on. When I'm not dieting I maintain my current weight. I once read the Paul McKenna book as it made sense. i eat because I'm supposed to eat. I've looked before and thought "oh god it's 1pm and I haven't had lunch" but really I'm not hungry.
 
 
 
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