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The Ideal Way of Eating

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Why is it important to change your diet habits for the rest of your life?

If you can't live with your diet (I dislike that word) for the rest of your life, how do you expect to maintain your new weight once you return to your old ways? Where will you be in ten years? Fifteen?

Are you really going to buy and eat prepared Nutrisystem® (or similar diet program) food for the rest of your life? Or stick to a cookie diet? Take diet pills? Or drink canned diet shakes? No? Why not?

A New Normal

If your normal life habits led to weight gains (and perhaps ill health) over the years, then a quick weight loss probably plan won't help you even if you get the weight off. Because, statistics show, you're probably going to end up right back where you started. Overweight, unhealthy, and unhappy.

Our experience shows that you need to transform your old normal to a new normal, one that leads to the weight loss and fitness results you desire, naturally and without heroic effort.

Our experience shows that you must change your way of eating for the rest of your life.

The Ideal Way

The ideal way of eating (and lifestyle ) allows (or even encourages you) to have the good food you want in reasonable amounts, and doesn't require measuring or weighing portions.

It doesn't leave you feeling deprived. It trains you to control your eating habits naturally, without testing your willpower.

It keeps you feeling satisfied without overeating or snacking constantly.

It allows you to go to a restaurant and order from the normal menu, without going off plan, without guilt. Without feeling like a failure. Doing that shouldn't derail you.

The ideal way of eating supports healthy weight and fitness for the rest of your life.

Stick around, we're going to show you the ideal way.

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About Michael

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About me

I'm Mike. I'm LowCarbForLife's (Teri's) hubby. I manage the LowCarbCompatible™ web site, among many other things. I don't follow a strict diet but I do follow LowCarbForLife's way of eating most of the time, since we eat together (and I cook most of the time).

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Current Diet Type
Carbohydrate Addict's Lifespan Program (CALP)

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