stay slim forever!

April 18, 2009 1:09am CST
Many diets make wild promises but the usual rule of thumb is that the wilder the claim the less likely it is to work. Any diet is going to work in the short term because you are going to eat fewer calories but often the proposed eating plan is not sustainable. You have to start taking control, not only of your eating but also your whole’s about getting people to be honest with themselves and face up to what they are doing.
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@marguicha (102314)
• Chile
23 Apr 09
You are right. I never had a tendency towards being overweight but I put 20 pounds when I quit smoking. It´s not that my metabolism changed: you should have seen the amount of sweets I ate the first two months. Now I´ll shed those extra pound. I had back surgery and can´t be overweight. If I could stop smoking (I still crave for it once in a while after more than a year) I can do this. But I want a pound off each month. Nothing wild: less mayo, less drinks, smaller dishes.