The Moderation Diet

 

1. Eliminate all snacks, no matter how hungry you get. The only snacks you will eat are fruits and vegetables. Drinking lots of water is also not only very good for you, but also has the added benefit of filling your stomach up so you’re not as hungry! A lot of people don’t realize it, but when they are craving food their body is actually dehydrated and in need of water, but they misinterpret the signals.

 

2. Eliminate all but three caloried drinks per week. That means, you can only put sugar and/or cream in your coffee three times during the week. Yes, that means you can only drink three sodas, or sweetened iced-teas, milkshakes, beers, wines, or even fruit juices. For example, this week, you might drink 1 coffee with cream and sugar, one beer and have one milkshake as a dessert, to reach your allotted total. People often don’t realize it but a huge amount of their unwanted calories is coming from what they’re drinking, not eating!

 

3. Eliminate all desserts, but three per week. This means, you eliminate all the extra chocolate cakes, cheesecakes, pecan pies, ice-creams, etc. You don’t have to give them up completely, but you’re only going to be afforded them three times per week. So for example, you could have a cheesecake after dinner on Monday, a pecan pie, after dinner, on Thursday and splurge for an ice-cream on a fun Sunday afternoon.

 

4. Strive to exercise at least six hours a week and certainly no less than three. And “no,” golfing from a golf cart, playing ping pong (unless it’s at an Olympic level) and taking 2 minutes to walk in and out of work, don’t count.

 

 

 

For a lot more detailed information about The Moderation Diet and diet in general, check the article titled "Diet" on Logicalspiritualism.com.

 

 

By Evan Marquisee

May 22, 2014

 

 

 

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