A Guide to Flexible Dieting

October 12, 2019 - Comment

When most people diet, they take a fairly all or nothing approach. They expect 100% perfection and any slip up, no matter how minor, tends to derail their dieting efforts. Of course, the statistics show that most people will fail on a diet, regaining all of the lost weight and frequently more. That alone suggests

When most people diet, they take a fairly all or nothing approach. They expect 100% perfection and any slip up, no matter how minor, tends to derail their dieting efforts. Of course, the statistics show that most people will fail on a diet, regaining all of the lost weight and frequently more. That alone suggests that the type of extreme (let’s call it rigid) approach to dieting does more harm than good. But research also suggests that flexible dieters, folks who take a more relaxed approach to their eating habits tend to weigh less and have less binge eating episodes; they do better in the long run. A Guide to Flexible Dieting explains how the types of typical extremist approaches to losing weight do more harm than good. It explains how being more flexible, and how deliberately breaking your diet, can actually make it work more effectively in the long run. A Guide to Flexible Dieting is not a diet book in the typical sense. Rather, it deals with some behavioral strategies that can help make your diet work more effectively.

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Anonymous says:

Grossly overpriced! When one pays nearly $50 for a book, one expects to get more than an 80 page, flimsy spiral bound notebook that looks like it was self published from someplace like Staples. For that much money, you’d think the author would at least edit his work, correct the massive amount of typos, and grammerical errors and try to structure in such a way that it reads like something an adult would write instead of a 4th grader. Furthermore, don’t bother to buy this book if you’ve read any of his other…

Anonymous says:

Thank goodness I didn’t pay for this I found it online for free. Lyle apparently was too cheap to hire an editor and made sure to remind his reader that he was wasting a bunch of space typing words like I am now so as to fill out a lot of pages in a book and make it worth the cost of approximately one dollar per page. Fifty bucks is freaking outrageous. Here’s what the book saysDo a “free meal” (cheat meal) one to two times a week.If you’re very overweight obese wait 4-6 weeks to adjust to your new diet…

Anonymous says:

Best guide to dieting and staying lean for life, a livable plan! Let me anoint you: Lyle Mc Donald is a bit of an Ass.…but as a former fat girl, fitness business owner, and a woman he is who I go to and recommend for all dietary information. He knows his ish… if you are a Mormon, who hates foul language or can’t handle the truth, buy a book from someone one on the Biggest Loser with a catchy title and false promises…BUT: If you want just enough science to understand but not hurt your brain about Fat loss this book is for you. If you want a guide that…

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