If you want lasting results, make as few changes to the way you eat as possible. Nope. That wasn’t a typo. Make as FEW changes as possible. Daily, you are bombarded with claims that one eating style or the other is THE way to lose weight. The truth is that the most effective way to eat is the way that you will actually follow.

 

Why Drastically Changing the Way You Eat is Horrible for Lasting Weight Loss: Click through to the blog to discover why eating overhauls fail and what to do instead.

 

You eat the way you do right now for a reason. Your eating style is driven by convenience, taste, or even budget. While completely overhauling your eating style to get results may seem like the way to go, overhauls rarely last. When your new diet collides with your schedule, your preferences, or your budget, it rarely survives. You go right back to your old way of eating because that is what comes naturally for you. And, any weight that you had lost finds you again.

 

 

Why You Don’t Want to Drastically Change How You Eat

In the video below, I share exactly why drastic changes in the way you eat are a horrible idea if you want to create lasting weight loss as well as simple tweaks that you can make today to begin to get results.

 


Now you know where to start with figure friendly eating that creates lasting results. The next time you are tempted to jump on board with the latest eating craze, remember what you learned and soldier on with an approach that will work for you for the long haul.

 

Why Drastically Changing the Way You Eat is Horrible for Lasting Weight Loss: Click through to the blog to discover why eating overhauls fail and what to do instead.

 

Want a handy blueprint outlining which small changes you can make for results? Get your Figure Friendly Eating Foundations Blueprint when you join my list of Fierce Friends today.

 

Why Drastically Changing the Way You Eat is Horrible for Lasting Weight Loss: Click through to the blog to discover why eating overhauls fail and what to do instead.

 

What did you think of all of this? Have you experienced success with small nutrition changes? Do you think an overhaul would be better for you? Sound off in the comments below to let me know what you think.

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