After I quit smoking, I gained an extra 20 pounds. While I knew that quitting smoking was good for me, I also knew that extra weight was not. Not only that, but my clothes did not fit and I felt pretty bad about myself. The pride I had in quitting smoking seemed to vanish.
I had taken off weight before, after I had my two kids. But I was in my 20s then and now I was in my 40s. It was a little more difficult. Even though I didn’t smoke throughout my 20s and 30s, I still was able to maintain my weight (I took the habit back up again in my late 30s for a couple of years).
I tried a number of different diets, all of which failed. Then I started reading about diets and burning calories. By this time, I was consumed with the idea of losing those 20 pounds. A friend of mine lost 80 pounds on a diet program.
With her advice and my new found knowledge, I embarked on a program of my own. I lost 20 pounds in 3 weeks without a drastic change to my lifestyle, without joining any expensive program or a gym.
You can now lose weight the way you are meant to lose weight. By boosting up your metabolism and having a healthy outlook when it comes to eating food. You will also learn what to eat, how to eat and what to drink when you are not only trying to lose weight, but maintain your weight.
The diet system that I use is NOT meant to be used for a long term. It is safe for 3 weeks and you WILL lose 20 pounds. But after that, if you still want to lose weight, you need to get into a program.
This book teaches you how to be aware of your day to day eating and exercise routines and how to boost your metabolism naturally, without pills, as well as cut down on your calorie intake so that you are not starving yourself.
This book is not only filled with common sense tips and a solid diet blueprint for you to follow, but it also talks about some of the mental challenges that face dieters. These are rarely discussed in diet books that concentrate mostly on foods that you cannot have and those that you must eat.
While certain foods should be avoided during…