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Eating in Moderation Makes You Fat

Eating in Moderation Makes You Fat

Many health guru’s will tell you that you can have all of your favorite foods in moderation, and you don’t have to count calories. Maybe you orderd something healthy at dinner only to have a friend or family member say you could have something else (unhealthy) if you only eat in moderation.

Give me a break. If your health goals involve losing weight, you have to count calories if you want consistent results. Living in the land of “moderation” will only make you fatter. Let me explain why eating in moderation does not work.

Learn Something New About Weight Loss

Learn Something New About Weight Loss

Most clear thinking people understand they don’t know everything and are open to learning something new. There is always more we can learn about weight loss. Despite that, there is some knowledge that people hold on to as gospel. Many try to be open to a new way of thinking, but tend to revert back to their original way of doing things. Today, we will take a closer look at how culture views dieting and eating. If you have trouble losing weight or simply want to learn something new about nutrition, read on!

Review of Dr Siegal’s Cookie Diet

Review of Dr Siegal’s Cookie Diet

Mmmm, cookies. Who does not love cookies? They come in any shape, color and flavor imaginable. Without a doubt, there is a cookie tailored to the needs of even the pickiest of eaters. These delightfully evil treats are a key contributor to the obesity epidemic in the world today. When somebody, a doctor in this case, comes up with a diet based around the cookie, it’s going to get the attention of every cookie lover looking to lose weight.

As a result, the aptly named “Dr. Siegal’s Cookie Diet” has received a great deal of media attention. No doubt you have heard of it. Now it’s my turn to review the Cookie Diet and whether it should used in the spirit of eating every three hours, or avoided entirely.

Never Starve While Losing Weight

Never Starve While Losing Weight

Have you ever heard a family member or friend talk about starting a new diet and eating only “healthy” food such as salads, fruits, and, non-fat yogurt only to find a short while later they are unable to keep on the diet plan because they feel as if they are starving? Perhaps you have experienced this yourself?

It’s generally considered common knowledge that we must cut calories in order to lose weight. It’s also common knowledge that salads, fruits, and non-fat yogurts have less calories than pizza, hamburgers, and ice cream. So, if we want to lose weight it makes sense that we replace the high-calorie foods with low calorie alternatives. However…

Essential Info to Track in Your Food Log

Essential Info to Track in Your Food Log

As I mentioned in “You Must Count Calories if You Want to Be Healthy”, keeping a food log is essential to ensuring that you are not eating too few or too many calories each day. This is especially important if you need to lose weight or train for a sport. Having a log aids in keeping your meals properly balanced and your daily calories on track. Knowing what to track in your food log can be a daunting task for the beginner. Today we’ll look at the key information you need to take from nutritional labels and put into your food log.

You Must Count Calories if You Want to be Healthy

You Must Count Calories if You Want to be Healthy

Many people believe the goal of counting calories is to count as few calories as humanly possible in your food. I’m sure there are diet plans out there that advocate this barbaric practice, but not here at EatEveryThree.com. Today you’ll learn that you must count calories not only to avoid eating too much, but also to avoid eating too little.

You don’t have to be “on a diet” to eat healthy

You don’t have to be “on a diet” to eat healthy

There is a stigma attached to the word “diet”. Upon hearing the word, the first thing that popped into my head was an overweight person eating a celery stick while waddling along in a soaked sweat suit struggling through an exercise. I imagine many other people have similar images of a “diet”, or at least conjure an image of starvation and deprivation.