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Jan
11

Dieting and Recipes – A Disastrous Combination

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Here’s an email I got the other day that I thought instructive for everyone…

“Hey Harry,
Do you know were I could find more recipes that fit your diet?”

Here was my answer….

Here’s the problem with “recipes”, and I’ll be super honest here… most of them are not good. What I mean is this, if you want the real deal information about really getting in shape, you have to eat what the body requires for it do to so. If you start getting too creative with recipes it’s almost a sure-fire recipe (pun intended) for disaster.

Recipes tend to make food taste “too” good, and if something tastes too good, you’ll tend to overeat it. It’s the human condition. WE JUST CANNOT HELP THIS. Example: you portion out your food created with this great-tasting recipe, and after you eat it you think, “man, that was really, really tasty! I want more!” So, ‘just this time’ you eat more (than you should have). See the problem here?

In order to lose fat for good, save the “tasty” food for the days I recommend you eat almost anything you want. You’ll get plenty of those days too, once every 4 days to start, and then as you get fitter once every 3, or even 2 days once your bodyfat gets much lower.

Don’t worry so much about getting fancy on the days where you are eating the healthy food… just eat the healthy food. This means meat, and vegetables. I eat the veggies almost raw, by buying frozen vegetables, then when ready to eat them I place them under hot running water and “heat” them that way. For the salads, I prepare them exactly as I talk about in the manual you have.

You can get as fancy as you want on the condiments, even going a little higher fat on some of them for your veggies or salads.

For example, for my salad, I’ll mix up a tablespoon of either olive oil (but usually a tablespoon of Udo’s Choice blended oil) along with salt, pepper, red pepper, cumin, curry powder, a couple of tablespoons of Greek Yogurt (the high fat kind – don’t be afraid here please – it’s not fat you have to worry about on the days your carbs are supposed to be low, it’s the carbs), then mix it all up and toss the salad with this dressing (I even use this dressing on the veggies sometimes).

I personally like a little kick with my dressing and this provides it. But you can get creative yourself and design one that suits you. Let me know if you do as I’d like to share it with others (that goes with anyone reading this too – please chime in with your recipes and I’ll give you a thumbs up or a thumbs down, in my opinion).

Remember, just keep the carbs low and you should be fine.

…till next time…

Harry

P.S. Wanna get in shape? Want me to personally help you?  Get My Program (along with my coaching)… simple as that!

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