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What To Do When You Won’t Control What You Eat

One of the issues my personal clients have is with their diets. About 90% of my client base has the goal of fat loss.  They all say the same thing, basically, I want to get rid of my stomach…it’s too fat.  And I understand it too.  Who wants a fat-ass gut?  Not many people I know.  It is unattractive, and unhealthy.  Basically, it is undesirable.  This is a simple enough goal to achieve however, there are some issues that come into play that are obstacles.

The number one issue that comes into play is that their diets (what they are putting into their bodies) are very, very poor.  It’s challenging to tell someone that the chocolate trot cake they love so much is now a thing of the past if they are serious about losing unwanted and unsightly body weight.  Alot of people just give up because they have to basically no longer enjoy eating the stuff they love most.

For me it’s pancakes, drenched in real maple syrup and a ton of butter.  Lately it’s been the cheesecake across the street from the gym at the whole foods store.  The cheesecake is topped with pecans, caramel and chocolate.  It, literally, melts in my mouth. I’m serious!  Sometimes I find myself thinking about it first thing when I wake up.  I can almost feel the smoothness of the fork as my tongue gently guides the cheesecake into my watering mouth.  So, I know how it feels for others, especially a client whose diet I am monitoring and watching with an eagle’s eye.

One way I have recently re-discovered was to let my clients eat whatever they desire…BUT, to limit their portion size.  This is a hurdle small enough for them to not only make it across but to also build on for the near future.  Pay attention to the amount of whatever you are putting into your mouth.  Now, this doesn’t mean to put a slab of cake on your plate with the promise to eat only a sliver of it.  No, no, no…once it is on your plate well, at least for me, it is as good as eaten.  Don’t torture yourself. Put the smaller portion on your plate and then walk away and slowly savor and enjoy it.

One of the issues my personal clients have is with their diets. About 90% of my client base has the goal of fat loss.  They all say the sam thing, basically, I want to get rid of my stomach…it’s too fat.  And I understand it too.  Who wants a fat-ass gut?  Not many people I know.  It is unattractive, and unhealthy.  Basically, it is undesireable.  This is a simple enough goal to acheive however, there are some issues that coem intom play that are obstacles.

The number one isse that coems into play is that their diets (what they are putting into their bodies) are very, very poor.  It’s challenging to tell someone that the chocolate trot cake they love so much is now a thing of the past if they are serious about losing unwanted and unsightly body weight.  Alot of people just give up because they have to basically no longer enjoy eating the stuff they love most.

For me it’s pancakes, drenched in real maple syrup and a ton of butter.  Lately it’s been the cheescake across the street form the gym mand the whole foods store.  The cheescake is topped with pecans, caramel and chocolate.  It, literally, melts in my mouth. I’m serious!  Sometimes I find myslef thinking about it first thing when I wake up.  I can almost feel the smoothness of the fork as my tongue gently guides the cheesecake into my watering mouth.  So, I know how it feels for others, especially a client whose diet I am montioring and watching with an eagle’s eye.

One way I have recently re-discovered was to let my clients eat whatever they desire…BUT, to limit their portion size.  This is a hurdle small enough for them to not only make it across but to also build on for the near future.  Pay attention to the amount of whatever you are putting into your mouth.  Now, this doesn’t mean to put a slab of cake on your plate with the promise to eat only a sliver of it.  No, no, no…once it is on your plate well, at least for me, it is as good as eaten.  Don’t torture yourself. Put the smaller portion on your plate and then walk away and slowly savor and enjoy it.

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One Response to What To Do When You Won’t Control What You Eat

  1. Edward Bryant October 13, 2012 at 1:09 am #

    Dude, I would have never thought of this. I eat out all THE time and you already know I am overweight…hope this helps.

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