Fear Of Food
Why Are So Many Dieters Afraid Of Food?
I see it all the time. Many dieters are terrified of eating. The idea of Thanksgiving, or Christmas, or even a social barbecue, leaves them quivering at the idea of being surrounded by so much temptation. And in many cases, their everyday meals are so small that when I show them my diet-plan and tell them the amount I expect them to eat, they throw up their hands in horror. "I can't possibly eat all that" they cry.
Question: Why are dieters so afraid
This is confused thinking. You can eat a huge plateful of food without the slightest danger of gaining weight. By the same token, you can eat a relatively small amount of food and still gain weight.
How is this possible? Because not all foods contain equal amounts of calories. For example:
On the other hand:
Let me put all this into one sentence: Dieting isn't about eating less, it's about eating differently.
- Go easy on the meat, especially meat-fat.
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