Make Positive Changes Out From Your Meal Diet

We cannot live without eating that’s why we must eat in order to survive. This means that if food is a problem in our life, then we must find a healthier way of viewing food. In order to have real success we must make a lifestyle change. It is a great way that we will be able to shed those unwanted pounds without experiencing the horrible guilt that so many dieters go through with their diets.


Did you know that I am on a diet right now? I actually started last October and I’m glad that I’ve seen some improvements and positive changes out from my meal diet. I only eat 1 cup of rice once a day. Bread, biscuits, noodles or pasta serves as my rice alternative. I also avoid eating sweets and drinking soft drinks. I have a sweet tooth and I am such a chocoholic and a soft drinker but Ive set a goal for myself. I keep it realistic and I always look forward for my fitness and for dropping off some pounds.

I changed my way of eating. I changed my way of seeing food and I am glad that I already experienced an amazing changes in my attitude towards my health and my body. Ive known a lot of people who have failed when it comes to dieting and weight loss. However, when you are making positive changes in your life, then for sure you will get positive results. It may take weeks, months, or even years to reach your goal. But as long as you are making steady and continuous efforts and progress, then you are doing many great things for your health and for your well-being too.

 

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2 Comments on Make Positive Changes Out From Your Meal Diet

  1. David Funk
    December 27, 2010 at 8:06 pm (3 years ago)

    Very well said. You've always looked great to me, but can tell the difference in the pics anyway. I always admire consistent effort especially when it comes to weight loss since it definitely isn't an overnight fix.

    Best wishes and Happy New Year, Karen!

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  2. ♥peachkins♥
    December 27, 2010 at 10:42 pm (3 years ago)

    Congrats on your weight loss sis!

    Reply

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