Delicious Diary Entry
"A healthy dose of motivation with a twist"
My name is Ms. Delicious Diary and my job is to see how my clients are really doing when it comes to their weight loss journey. My favorite clients are Super Size-It Sally and Low-Calorie Lucy, along with their close knit group of friends. They all have their own way of dealing with their issues, and the funniest nicknames to prove it as you will see as you read their diary entries each week. I hold the key to the diary in this special little green bag. My fingers are itching to unlock the diary and see their weight loss or gain, and check their delicious food entries.
Dear Diary: My Book Club Chat!
Super Size-It Sally:
Page 19 reads - Tina said she was gaining weight faster than she lost it. What happened to that diet that she swore by for a year. She did not change anything, she eats the same, with the rare exception of her favorite treat - Ding Dongs, a whole box. Still, she thought as long as she walked an extra thirty minutes that would take care of that. Not so, she is in denial if she thinks that's all it would take to work off those fat calories. I told her diets don't work for the long term, they promise you the world but then leave you hanging, literally......
Page 20 reads - It's not fair, why can't I eat like my sister, she eats whatever she wants and doesn't gain a pound. I look at food and there goes my thighs, expanding with each glance. She never exercises, never. I feel like I gain weight while I'm exercising, I just keep getting bigger. They say don't worry it's just muscle, but I don't believe them, it all looks like fat to me. Then they say don't worry about the number on the scale, you are still losing inches, I don't believe that either. Something just doesn't add up.....
Lifestyle change of the week!
The latest research shows diets don't work long term. And most people who go on these diets will gain the weight back within two years. Why? One reason is because most diets are hard to maintain forever, and that's what it takes to keep the weight off. A person will have more success if they are willing to replace their lifestyle with a healthier one, rather than replacing it with a new diet.
"Miss a meal if you have to but don't miss a book"