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We are impatient by nature which is why a full-throttle diet overhaul seems like a great choice. People always want the quick and easy. Unfortunately, we are not wired to support such a plan. For this reason, when it comes to sustainable weight loss, a behaviour-based diet and lifestyle plan makes the most sense. How?
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For those of you who have followed my blog this year, you will recognize the number 234. This is the weight I was stuck at despite a random mess of different diets along with heavy exercise. Today, my weight is 214. How'd I do it? For those of you who are struggling with weight, I offer some tips:
Another stellar week on the Lindora weight-loss plan -- in two weeks I've lost 14.2 pounds. I've been learning a lot about myself but I've also been learning a lot about you, dear readers. Some of you get seriously crabby upon reading about other people's weight loss. Last week's blog where I wrote about losing 7.2 pounds had a lot of tomatoes thrown at it in the Comments section.
I've lost the weight using the Lindora plan and virtually no gimmicks. There are no magic pills. If you are compliant with this plan you too will lose A LOT of weight -- quickly. I am eating very small portions of protein for every meal. I am drinking 80 ounces of water and also taking potassium and fibre supplements. Oh, and every day I get a shot.