I call it the obesity cycle: overeat, repent, repeat.
Once you get to a certain weight or a certain BMI, it can be very hard to change to get slim again.
For many people, getting fat only leads to getting fatter.
To make significant weightloss happen, it is clear that the solution to obesity is far more harder to achieve than prominent Weightloss Companies may promise, to say the least.
Yes, it’s true that exercise is the key to a healthier body, but so is what we eat on a daily and nightly basis.
Too many calories can make us fail in our quest to get fit and trim.
Today I am in the repentant phase of the obesity cycle.
For over a month I counted every little calorie that went into my mouth. Suddenly, counting calories began to be very tiresome.
So, after stepping on the scale at the orthodontist clinic yesterday, I saw that I was up 3 pounds because I recently quit counting calories.
I need to start counting my calorie intake again!
I had oral surgery yesterday and I’m kind of spent.
Keep fighting the fine fight and don’t let yourself get too fat.
If you’re already too fat, continue to get proper nourishment and lots of exercise, fresh air and rest, but continue to count calories and if you can stand it, be sure to get on the scale to check your weight.
P.S. All diet advice by me is my opinion and does not reflect on any professional advice. Lose weight at your own risk.