“I’m on a diet”. How often we hear these words spoken nowadays, yet as a nation we’re all becoming increasingly heavier.
Could we be the victims of faulty reasoning? When we hear the word “diet” we automatically think of all the things we can’t eat; cakes, biscuits, crisps, chocolate, ice cream, puddings, pastries and sauces, and our hearts sink. Automatically, we are doomed to failure since it’s impossible to keep depriving ourselves forever from the things we love to eat.
Most of us have been on a diet more than once. We start our new regime enthusiastically enough; proudly refusing to eat all of the above during the first couple of weeks when our weight loss is at its highest peak. Just a few short weeks or months down the line, however, when the rate we lose weight seems to slow right down, or even stop, we’re ready to give…
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