Weight loss diet plan
WEIGHT LOSS DIET PLAN
You have now reached the decisive moment of putting that program into practice. You now know everything you need to understand about how it works and the effectiveness of the three diets that make it up. People do not become overweight by accident. The pounds you have gained that you now want to get rid of are a part of you that you may want to deny, but they are nevertheless a part that is a reflection of your nature, of your psychology, and therefore of your identity.
The extra pounds you carry have as much to do with your personality, emotions, and feelings and your own particular way of using the pleasure from food to deal with life’s small and large problems as they do with your genes, a family predisposition to put on weight, or the way your metabolism works.
That is to say, the problem is not as simple as it seems, and it explains why so many others, and maybe you too in the past, have failed. To struggle against a force as powerful and ancient as the need to eat obviously cannot be based simply on rationally learning about nutrition, or on the hope that you will achieve self-control on your own.
To stand any chance against the force of instinct, you have to fight it on its own ground, with means, language, and a strategy that come from the same instinctive level. Our need to feel desirable, our need for well-being, our fear of illness, our need to belong to a group, and our need to conform to prevailing style trends come from this level. Nowadays they are the only instinctive defense forces capable of motivating people to lose weight. But with the first signs of improvement, these motivations fade away. As soon as our self-image improves, our clothes no longer feel too tight, or we are able once again to climb stairs without losing our breath, these defenses are gone. But above all, in order for a diet—or better, a comprehensive dieting program—to stand any chance of being adopted and followed by an overweight person, we need to use another area of instinct: the command of authority.
The recommendations for a weight loss program must therefore be formulated by an outside authority figure— another will that takes the place of an overweight person’s will and that speaks with precise, nonnegotiable instructions that are not open to interpretation and that, above all, are kept in a sustainable form for as long as the dieter intends to maintain the results.
The Diet is based on the remarkable effectiveness of consuming pure proteins, and it includes a whole system of foolproof instructions to channel and make the most of the psychology of the overweight person. In designing this diet, I also realized that a onestep plan was not adequate for such a complex task. I step plan was not adequate for such a complex task. I therefore devised a program with three successive diet stages, one following the other, a complete and coherent system that never, ever leaves the overweight person to face temptation and failure alone.
Recently I have realized that losing weight without incorporating exercise—the simplest and most natural exercise imaginable, so it becomes a part of your longterm routine—runs the risk of undermining this undertaking. I now no longer just recommend exercise, specifically walking, I prescribe it as I would medication. I will be discussing these exercise prescriptions in greater detail in a later chapter.
First stage - losing weight
First stage goes according to how many pounds you have to lose weight. If weight is a lot, more are the days. During the first 4 days use only protein foods (proteins). Fats are excluded. Аcceptable foods you consume unlimited, and can be mixed:
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