Losing weight and keeping it off is the single most frustrating task thousands of people undertake each year. One of the most common myths is that you need to starve yourself to lose weight. Not eating enough is one of the biggest reasons dieters gain weight! Find out how to “Eat Yourself Thin”
Here are the Top 10 Reasons NOT to DIET:
#10 DIETS DON’T WORK… Even if you lose weight, you will probably gain it all back, and you might gain back more than you lost.
#9 DIETS ARE EXPENSIVE… Diets are expensive. If you didn?t buy special diet products, you could save enough to get new clothes, which would improve your outlook right now.
#8 DIETS ARE BORING… People on diets talk and think about food and practically nothing else. There?s a lot more to life.
#7 DIETS DON’T NECESSARILY IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH… Like the weight loss, health improvement is temporary. Dieting can actually cause health problems.
#6 Diets don’t make you beautiful… Very few people will ever look like models. Glamour is a look, not a size. You don’t have to be thin to be attractive.
#5 Diets are not sexy… If you want to be more attractive, take care of your body and your appearance. Feeling healthy makes you look your best.
#4 Diets can turn into eating disorders… The obsession to be thin can lead to anorexia, bulimia, bingeing, and compulsive exercising.
#3 Diets can make you afraid of food… Food nourishes and comforts us, and gives us pleasure. Dieting can make food seem like an enemy, and can deprive you of all the positive things about food.
#2 Diets can rob you of energy… If you want to lead a full and active life, you need good nutrition, and enough food to meet your body’s needs.
And the NUMBER ONE reason to give up dieting …
#1 Learning to love and accept yourself just as you are will give you self-confidence, better health, and a sense of well-being that will last a lifetime.
How Much Have You Spent on Dieting Over the Years?
It’s no secret that Americans are fat — and getting fatter by the burger. Nearly one-third of U.S. adults are overweight, and another third are technically obese, as defined by a body-mass index of more than 30. and Americans aren’t happy about it. Last year, we spent an estimated $46 billion on diet products and self-help books.