Thursday, March 04, 2010
Richard Simmons...didn't work at age 10
Lean Line...didn't work at age 12
Medifast....did work in my 20's, but gained the weight back because you basically have no concept on how to eat normal food
Weight Watchers...didn't work, wasn't customized to my individual needs
Nutrisystem...at 30 didn't work, very limited food choices on the veggie plan and got bored.
Okay, so this sums up all the programs I've been on. At age 30, you would think something would click...but not really. All I know is that I want to have an organic vegetarian diet and lose weight, 30 lbs to be exact.
I want to feel healthy and not stress out about food all the time. Everyday, all-day my thought process is getting through meals and thinking about food. I feel as if this is draining me (referring to energy). I can't concentrate on anything else but food. The more I think about food, the more I want to eat...the downward spiral effect.
I wonder if other people go through this everyday of their lives. What do they do? How do you stop this process? I want to start thinking about other things besides what I'm going to eat at my next meal.
Would love to hear from insightful peeps!
Thanks for listening,