Do you really follow your DIET PLAN?

Pasay, Philippines
November 18, 2010 10:10pm CST
How do you plan your diet? Do you religiously following it? What are your frustrations that can ruin your diet? How do you avoid to attempt on eating those food that can ruin your diet? In my case I already made my own diet plan but then it is not easy for me to follow it because of the availability of some ingredients. But then maybe later on or tomorrow I am going to change the diet plan for the new menu. Something that I won't be fed up of it.
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19 Nov 10
I always take food supplements and it serves as my diet. one is for detoxification of unwanted toxins in our body like excess fats and cholesterols etc. and a balancer in my immune system. I also take one kind of food supplements that when you take it it will satisfy your body because of rich nutritions that our cells needed is in this food supplement that I am taking.
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• Pasay, Philippines
25 Nov 10
So what are the food supplements that you are taking? I might buy that as well but is that your doctor's recommended? Should I consult a doctor as well if I am going to have the food supplements that are same as yours?
@zzyw87 (1260)
• Philippines
19 Nov 10
I don't really follow my diet plan regularly. My flaw is that I am not consistent when it comes to dieting. I can't seem to resist good food when I see or smell one. I try to eat just one meat dish a day, either for lunch or dinner. I get frustrated with myself sometimes when my diet plan fails.
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• Pasay, Philippines
25 Nov 10
Just same here if it fails I have this guilt feeling.
@mlla24 (841)
• Mexico
19 Nov 10
i can never eat healthy, i have provided many temptations of junk food and finish eating this kind of food, and always break my plan of diet, is dificult keep fit and on diet. i think that a few people start and finish his diet plan.
• Pasay, Philippines
25 Nov 10
Same here I still have my temptations to other food especially when there is a party.
@Fishmomma (11504)
• United States
20 Nov 10
I know longer call it a diet, as the word diet doesn't work for me. I'm on a new plan the Dr Oz plan and its on his web site. Basically, you eat vegetables and the items on the 10 pound plan to help you lose weight. I am no longer gaining weight and don't feel tired now.
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• Pasay, Philippines
25 Nov 10
So meaning the only thing you have to do is just to eat vegetables? No more meat? Even fish or chicken?
• Pasay, Philippines
25 Nov 10
Sorry for the wrong image
@Fishmomma (11504)
• United States
25 Nov 10
There are 10 items on the plan with a serving size of each one and then you eat vegetables if your hungry. I eat 2 servings of meat usually chicken, but sometimes its another lean meat. 3 servings of fruit and I have been making a fruit drink as part of my breakfast. Lunch time I usually have a sandwich so 2 servings of bread. I have 1 serving of some kind of treat lately its a muffin. The area missing is dairy and 2 servings of something on the food chart milk, cheese, etc. I have lactose free milk, as milk tends to make me feel terrible. Basically, I try to always have 1 meal not change at all to stick with the plan. Its lunch, as I'm always in a hurry at noon time. Dr Oz suggests having 1 meal always be the same, if your having trouble keeping the weight off like me.
• China
19 Nov 10
Technically,I didn't make any diet plan because i am not eager to lose weight .Moreover ,i am not the type of person ,as you said ,religiously following certain rules .So i just follow my heart .When i am hungry ,i eat .When i am thirsty ,i drink .I seldom force myself to something i don't intent to .Anyway ,enjoying one's life is essential .What do you say ?
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• Pasay, Philippines
25 Nov 10
I agree it is really necessary to enjoy life. But of course we also need to take care of our health. Good thing you are not conscious with your weight and you don't have to worry about it.
@calajane (1005)
• Poland
19 Nov 10
I went on an actual diet twice in my entire life. And it never stick. The longest I lasted was almost two weeks. I'm simply not made to follow a diet that tells me what I can andd can't eat. Right now I just try my best to eat healthier and not as much as usual. Basically trying to be reasonable about how and what I eat (and how often too!)
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• Pasay, Philippines
25 Nov 10
It is really hard to promise yourself to follow the diet plan. It is easy to make but hard to do it.