How to lose weight fast following your best interest in food consumption
“Why do you need these sweet cookies after dinner?” This is what I asked myself a few weeks ago while, impulsively, I walked towards the vending machine at work and pull out some sweet stuff.
“Aren’t you full already?” And that was my second question… “Do you really need sugar now?”
I went on and on, asking myself questions around the word “why”. The answer was always that I really don’t need cookies.
Since then, it was very easy to answer the truth to myself and so, losing desire for sweet stuff.
The truth was (and is) lots of water is retained in our bodies when our diet is rich of sugars and starches.
Now, the reality is, whatever processed food you buy, especially if is sold inside a box or sealed in a bag, has to have some sort of preservative substances, other than salt, sugar, corn syrup and what not…
I opted for a diet based on raw nutrients.
Don’t give me wrong… I eat yummy pizzas once a week, I enjoy wine, I eat fish here and there, and I break my eating style because I like those foods. They feel like party.
Just because I don’t eat “party” food every day, I “feel” them when I do… I feel the difference. And if I extra eat I really feel really heavy.
There’s no way you can do this without questioning your daily actions, your unconscious decisions. The change resides in changing your own beliefs and not just thinking about a new diet.
When I remember every stage of my life, I know that I have changed since then. I know it by recalling how my grocery cart looked like and how it changed in size and in quality.
As I said, I don’t stop myself to eat yummy stuff once in a while and when I am with company in special occasions, but my plan is to spend more time and money in natural foods rather than long-life-shelf pre-made foods.
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