Hey just got an email from one of my favorite mentors Brad Pilon. Man he hits it right on the head. Everyone seems to think that losing weight is a complicated process. It does not have to be I am a perfect example of that. There are very, very few things I restrict from my diet and to tell you the truth those things are either things I do not like or have never had a fancy for… like pop. Lucky me huh? Well any way enjoy the read. And hey when you coming into Warrior fit in Boise to workout? Lets Gooooo!!!
I thought of something really interesting this morning.
Eat Stop Eat has some peculiar (and potent) effects…
Most obviously, it’ll help you lose weight.
AND, it helps you overcome obsessive compulsive eating.
But, it also causes some ‘issues’…
As a group, people following Eat Stop Eat have chosen NOT to
‘buy-in’ to the typical nutrition nonsense.
We’ve learned that to be lean, all we have to do is workout and eat
less…(kinda obvious, I know)
And, we’ve also learned to relax about what we eat..try to eat
responsibly, but also enjoy the foods we like.
So why is this an issue?
Well, because everyone else just can’t FIGURE US OUT.
They don’t believe it can be THIS EASY.
So they look for other explanations…
Let’s face it, we’re becoming a group of people that other people
We are actually those people who “Eat whatever they want are are
still losing weight / stay lean”
Just the other day, we had a family friend accuse my wife of having
a ‘fast metabolism’!
Yeah, It MUST be our super fast metabolisms 😉
So in around about way the problem with Eat Stop Eat is this:
We might actually be contributing to other people’s
But really, they choose what they want to believe.
If they WANT to believe the ONLY POSSIBLE way to lose weight
it to never eat another MICROGRAM of sugar ever again..fine.
We know the truth…
With ESE you truly can have your cake and eat it too!
Good food, lean body, less stress.
So if you want to learn more on the Eat Stop Eat Diet check out this link Boise Warrior Fit Recommends Eat Stop Eat
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