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Rajguru_ONeill
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Rajguru_ONeill
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Personally, I think that you need to diet healthily, and cutting out a whole food group isn’t going to suit everyone. It gets some people the results that they desire, yet it’s not a guidline that all women should be encouraged to follow, because we all live in different cultures and environments. I just try to make sure I don’t snack on biscuits (instead I have the occasional handful of nuts!). When I really wanted to lose weight (trust me, I needed to), my mother showed me a detox she did 6 months prior to marrying my father to “get into shape” – and it consists of having a thick lentil soup with rice for lunch and dinner, with fruit throughout the day, and tea with toast and cereal in the morning. To me, it didn’t feel restraining and I ended up losing alot of weight, and people saw the results before I did.

Do you have any personal, family diets or plans that you love/loved to follow and got you the results you wanted?

posted about 7 years ago
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Abigail17
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Abigail17
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I think dieting is one part of a healthy lifestyle. It complements exersize. It’s all equally important. However, I personally don’t do “fad” diets, because they do more harm than good. Dieting should be about mainting your personal healthy weight, not looking like a stick figure. So I like to use “Everything in moderation, even moderation”. Some of this, some of that, and it’s GOOD to indulge yourself every now and then! If you deny yourself small bits of sweet things, you’ll end up binging on them at some point.

posted almost 7 years ago
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