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Your body don't trust you..

Friday, July 12, 2013

We you start a new diet after the first week or so your body says hey this owner of mine has went crazy and is hurting them and me by not feeding me like they were. So it puts on the brakes and slows everything down so it knows it can live the way it is use to for as long as it can. Now if you start a new healthy eating program and not a diet (500 cal,1000cal and so on) and keep it up over time your body will say hey this owner is not so crazy after all she/he is feeding me the things I need to get the vitamins and calories I need to function so I can now use up some of the fat on the leg that I was saving for hard times. Sure some time it many take a what feels like forever for our body to decide to do this but that is because we have done this so many time in the past and did not stick with it because after one or two weeks we are sick of all those vegys and get to missing those sweets and breads pretty bad. So you get on the scale that day when your missing those items and no loss again and its been two weeks so we walk in the kitchen get the kids ice cream out, eat it. Then soon we have moved on to the pop tarts or whatever because it taste so sweet and good like a dream come true for your taste buds.

Our hands may put the stuff in our mouth but in the end our bodies rule. We think because you have the brain we are the boss over our body but do we really? I don't think we are the boss at all our body is and if we don't treat it right it will not trust us and take over to protect itself from our brain.
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  • 434TERESA
    Thanks guys. I was talking to myself like I would my little kids.
    1200 days ago
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