Sunday, May 17, 2009

Diet your Way – Part 1

Too often people think that the solution to a problem has to be complex. They measure the worth of a program by how difficult it is to follow. They believe that the worth of the diet program increases with its intensity. If they're counting every calorie like it's their last, memorizing point value charts and poring over recipe books, they figure they've really got something. They think that the only good diet is an impossible diet. Simplicity and practicality are to be avoided at all cost. They plan for failure. When it comes, they can actually be satisfied. Many people look at dieting, see it doesn't contain endless charts and a 50-page recipe section and figure it's just too easy to be on the level. Well, they're wrong. The true measure of a diet is whether it works, and the diet will work when given a chance with dedication and commitment. It’s definitely not trouble-free but you can customize it to your needs, if it brings you any results. In time, all we have done is fine tune the diet we were made to live on and bring it up to the highest nutritional and performance standards. Though the scientific principles behind its success may be a bit involved, the diet itself is quite easy to carry out. Bottom line, there's not a whole lot to it. Once you’ve figured out the lowest level of carbohydrates that works best for you, you’re well on your way.

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