vingogly wrote: »
You're not on a temporary diet, you've permanently changed the way you relate to food.
Andia15 wrote: »
The one thing that helped me to start and continue losing weight was "you can either let time pass and continue to do what you're doing and being miserable or you can let time pass while making changes and being happier in yourself but either way time is going to pass so make it count."
That little bit of advice helped me to finally get on the weight loss wagon after using the I just had a baby excuse for 10 month. Every time I get tempted I think of it and so far I'm 9lbs down
NuttyByNature79 wrote: »
Admitting I was a food addict, and changing my mindset to reflect that. Behaviorally and mentally, there has been a major change in me since I owned the addiction. Made all the difference! 84 lbs down, and my A1C went from diabetic-level to normal in less than 10 months.
FlugDolgur wrote: »
Fat doesn't care if it's a holiday or your birthday and won't give you a pass if you cheat.
MadisonMolly2017 wrote: »
Realized I was addicted to eating out.
Spent one month with only food at home & carefully monitored portion sizes as a Reset.
Then, over the next year, decreased eating out gradually & began making healthier food at home very gradually.
Then got eating out down to twice a week, and not finishing the serving.
Six months ago, stopped eating out at all. All my labs are significantly better & I’ve lost 4 to 5-1/2 lbs per month since doing so.
For me, it works best & a side benefit is huge $$$ savings. I know many will think it’s a horrible idea, but I’m posting anyway in case this resonates with even one person— I wish I’d done this years ago.
mbaker566 wrote: »
1) buy a scale
2) this is a new life
LiveInLeggings wrote: »
If I'm craving something bad enough I will have it, otherwise I end up eating a lot of other little things instead which is inevitably worse.
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