THE ONLY 4 THINGS YOU NEED TO DO TO LOSE WEIGHT
Ok Kiddies, there are only 4 things you need to do to lose weight. So pay attention. It’s simple. Notice that I didn’t say it was easy. But it is simple.
People fail at losing weight because they break one or more of these four rules. And the thing is, they do it over and over, sometimes for most of their entire life.
The rules are all just common sense. Everyone wants to make it a lot more complicated than it really is because they have been conditioned to think that way. Thousands of books (maybe millions) have been written about ways to lose weight. How do people write thousands of books about a subject that only has four rules? Frankly, a lot of them just make things up. You see, writing diet books is very profitable. It doesn’t seem to matter if most of the books are pure fiction or based on bogus research.
You’re smart enough to already know all this. But people are always looking for the “magic bullet”.
Rule #1- Stop Eating So Much Crap!
All weight loss plans work this way. Overall food quality improves and calories are reduced naturally. If you stop eating the obvious crap, good things happen.
Yes, you will have some withdrawals for awhile but that will fade, healthy food will begin to taste fantastic. Your body will begin to self-regulate and you’ll feel awesome as you break the addictions to junk food.
Rule #2- Pay Attention
Stop being a mindless eater. I know it’s extreme, but you might have to actually read a nutrition label or two. Even if you don’t keep a food log or track your calories or track your macro’s you’ll still become aware of nutrition. And that is a huge step forward.
Rule # 3-Move!
Get off your butt and move. I don’t care what you do but do something. How much simpler can it get?
Rule #4-Take Responsibility for Your Own Actions
What are you 12 years old?
Take responsibility for your own actions and your health. Stop blaming your weight problem on your genetics or your metabolism or your work or your kids or whoever or whatever else you’re using for an excuse. Nobody believes your excuses.
Or you could continue to try one worthless diet plan after another, feel lousy, letting food control your life, your emotions and your health.