A survey of all the different diets I’ve tried, pros and cons of each, and a new diet design that strikes just the right balance.
I’m continuing my diet journey and refining my methods once again. This article is a retrospective of things I’ve already tried, what I’ve learned from each, and how I’ve made changes to make up for the shortcomings. Continue reading “Diets: What Works, What Doesn’t”
Consistent, sustainable weight loss. Fast, and easy to prepare meals to keep you from falling off the bandwagon.
After following the Scarsdale Medical Diet (SMD) for a little while, I discovered a way to make this diet even easier to follow. Most of the food in this diet (especially for the breakfasts and the lunches) require very little preparation, so you can put them together in minutes right before you leave for work. Continue reading “Easy to Follow Diet for Busy People”
I don’t really like fresh vegetables or fruit, but this diet has helped me appreciate them more.
Summary of Scarsdale Medical Diet
Dieters follow the Scarsdale Medical Diet (SMD) strictly for two weeks, and during which fast weight loss is promised (7-15 pounds). After the two weeks, you switch to “Keep Trim” for two weeks, where you plan your own menus. “Keep Trim” permits additional foods, and more calories. You repeat this cycle until you reach your goal. Continue reading “Scarsdale Medical Diet—My Experience”
LEVEL ONE : A Weight-Loss Plan for Gamers & People Who Like Numbers
I’m not a dietician, and I’m not Weight Watchers, hell I’m not even a food blogger. This blog typically deals with heavier issues than weight (pun intended). I’ve made it abundantly clear elsewhere that I am not an expert on any topic that I write about, and that I write about whatever the fuck I want. So today, I’m going to give you my method for losing weight. Maybe it could work for you too.
Continue reading “How to Lose Weight”