If you really feel the need to over do it, you may want to try a good carb blocking supplement or
fat burner that helps to burn off excessive caloric intake during these times. This trick may be
especially helpful around the holidays when there seem to be carbs and fats lurking around every
corner and the temptation to indulge is overwhelming. Another good trick to making the most out of
your meals, and assuring your brain registers fullness with less food is to eat slowly, and chew your
food 35-50 times before swallowing. This is a surefire way, even on its own, to reduce calorie intake
and induces feelings of fullness faster.
Body For Life is also another highly reviewed and acclaimed diet regimen,
which makes for a high quality and successful lifetime diet. I actually have
friends that have seen great LONG TERM success with this system.
They have made comments that they are never hungry and do not feel deprived.
The other cool thing about this diet is that it gives you a “day off” every week, which definitely makes
cutting back during the week all the more easy. It also gives you something to look forward to, a
reward if you will.
The bottom line with any diet that you choose is that moderation is the key to long term success on
any diet, whether you follow a prescribed regimen or you just eat consciously, and that is what the
three diets discussed promote, in one way or another. Moderation, common sense and smart food
and dietary supplement selection will make a long life full of health, energy and weight management