Successful Weight Loss is Yours. No Willpower Needed.
Posted Nov 03 2012 5:38am
If you’ve got the willpower,
then you can do it.
This is the override theory
of reducing your weight. This is where successful weight loss is the result of
regulating your urges, turning down temptations, exerting your self-control,
and applying lots of energy and effort to control yourself. In other words, you
have to override all of your tendencies to eat too much food, eat all the wrong
foods, and stray from your diet. In plain English, you have to turn against
yourself and your ways—at least those ways you’ve developed that are
maintaining your weight right where it is.
A daunting prospect.
What if you didn’t have to
work so hard to lose the weight? No, this is not the usual pitch for the
fantasy of easy weight loss—10 pounds in 10 days, or watch the weight drop off
you just by taking this magic elixir. There’s a more realistic way. It’s using
psychology to lose weight, and you can get a lot of strategies for doing just
that by going to the MariasLastDiet.com whitepaper on “Using Psychology to Lose
Weight: Because Dieting and Exercise Alone Don’t Work”.
(The whitepaper is in the left-hand column of this blogsite.)