I hate the word diet, or rather I hate the way most people use the word. Diet simply means what you eat. When I hear someone say “I’m on a diet,” I immediately know they are destined to fail (at least in the long term). Being “on a diet”, by definition means that you are trying some short term plan to quickly lose weight and then, once you lose the weight, you will stop following the diet and gain back the weight. What you really need to do is make a permanent change to your diet instead of being “on a diet.” That is what I hope you will learn from the articles listed here.

Weight Loss vs Fat Loss – One Is Your Friend And One Is Your Enemy

As I write various articles about weight loss, a little red flag pops up in the back of my mind whenever I use the words “weight loss.” Most of the time, I try to catch myself and change my wording to use “fat loss” instead. So what’s the big deal? Why am I getting caught [...]

Diet Cheat – Does A Day Of Overfeeding Help Your Diet?

I’ve been reading a lot lately about the idea of purposefully being a diet cheat. There are several ways that I have seen this idea presented, but the basic concept is always the same. Sometimes it’s one or two meals, and sometimes it’s an entire day. Whatever the form, the point is that you stick [...]

Eating Fat Does Not Make You Fat

As long as you are eating the right kinds of fat, “eating fat does not make you fat.” Certified Nutrition Specialist Mike Geary states this emphatically in his The Truth About Six Pack Abs program. One of the things that Mike does really well in this program is explain how to eat to stay lean [...]

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