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COULD A SLIM, HEALTHIER YOU,
BE JUST A TICKAWAY ? ? ?

read on ………

 

As your holiday approaches do you hear yourself saying "I really must lose some weight before I go on holiday", or during your holiday as you over indulge (and why not? After all, you are on holiday) do you hear yourself saying once again "I really must go on a diet after my holiday".




Yes, we have all been there! We mean to diet before holidays, after holidays, before Christmas, after Christmas, and so on … and isn't it funny how we are so full of good intentions at the time when we are so full after finishing off that box of chocolates we couldn't resist opening. It's always the same old story, we only mean to eat just one chocolate, our favourite, and then, as if by magic, the whole box is suddenly empty. And that is when we are filled with (not just chocolates) but the desire to embark on yet another slimming diet. Usually, of course, the resolution to slim disappears even faster than the chocolates.

Well, do not despair - DO NOT TRY TO SLIM. Yes, you did not misread it, I'll say it again -
"DO NOT TRY TO SLIM". JUST PUT TICKS IN THE APPROPRIATE COLUMNS AND IF THE FIRST COLUMNS ARE FULL OF TICKS AND THE COLUMNS ON THE RIGHT ARE PRETTY WELL DEVOID OF TICKS, THEN YOU WILL HAVE LOST WEIGHT WITHOUT EFFORT AND WITH THE ADDED BONUS THAT YOU WILL BE EATING HEATHILY, AND YOUR ENERGY AND SKIN TONE WILL ALSO PERK UP.

Print off this page that contains the following form -

AND THEN EVERY TIME YOU EAT A PORTION OF FOOD PUT A TICK IN THE APPROPRIATE COLUMN

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Day of Week
Fresh fruit, vegetables, (pref.
green/orange/red (eg broccoli, cabbage,
carrots, tomatoes etc) salads, nuts, seeds, pulses, etc.
Fish, lean meat, eg chicken, turkey,
(red meat no more than once a week)
yoghurts, soya milk, etc.
Potatoes, bread, pasta, rice, etc. All sugary, fatty treats, eg chocolates, sweets, crisps, cakes, biscuits, buns, sausage rolls, pies, etc.
Beers, fizzy drinks, etc.
Mon

     
Tue


 

     
Wed


 

     
Thu


 

     
Fri


 

     
Sat


 

     
Sun


 

     






Remember, the majority of the ticks should appear in column (1)
a lesser number in column (2)
a much lesser number in (3)
and hopefully column (4) is empty

 

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