"If you want a snog, you're sharing your garlic chicken"
It was time to loosen my belt and pick my weekend curry...from a menu NEARLY as big as the list of foods I had to "ban" from my diet to drop fat and get "beach lean".
I remember being like:
only brown rice
only wholemeal pasta
only sweet potato
Acting like these changes would make a big difference....
And how wrong I was...
I was restricted with my choice. I wasn't in control...unlike Saturday when choosing my curry.
Do I go vindaloo? Do I go for one of the 10000 special house dishes? Do I go for the garlic chicken like the guy sat behind me who was fiercely told by his Mrs:
If you want a snog tonight, you're sharing your garlic chicken
There are so many dishes. You can pick anything you want and this is probably one of the reasons - along with not having to cook and being able to spend time with friends and family - that we eat out.
We get variety, choice and flexibility. We try new things <<<< read that again. Now ask yourself whether you have that in your fat loss diet?
If not, how likely is it that you're going to stick to your diet?
And consider this...a 3-day diet is no good for anybody...just like a 12 week diet..
Because if you can't see yourself doing it in 3 months, 6 months, 12 months etc. it's probably doomed for failure..
And the problem is that THIS ^^^ is the consequence of being on a "diet" and NOT a nutritional strategy fit for your lifestyle providing flexibility and SUSTAINABLE FAT LOSS!
And this is exactly why I created The Lean For Life Starter Kit. A FREE step-by-step guide to drop body fat and fit back into your favourite clothes whilst eating the foods you like...
^^^It's a sustainable meaning that after 3 days, 7 days, 10 days, 12 weeks, 1 year...you won't pile it all back on...
So NO you don't have to share your garlic chicken...unless you want a snog of course...
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