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Dieter's Horse Sense Diet Plan
Written by Diet Bites
Using Your Good Sense to Lose Weight in a Healthy Manner
Not having good luck on your current diet plan? Neigh? Well, quit horsing around and mount this sensible diet plan that makes use of your good sense while meal planning. Watch out for cockleburs.
Losing weight CAN be about a lot of things such as: calories, fat, carbs, exercise and so forth. But basically, maintaining a trim shape stems upon the types of foods that we eat to fuel our bodies. Making smart food choices mirrors those results on our weight scales.
Here is an example of how you can put your Good Diet Horse Sense to work while retiring your Bad Diet Horse Sense to pasture:
Choose foods that will produce healthy results for your body and excess weight will naturally decrease. Even those of us who aren't geniuses can easily reason that a fresh vegetable is healthier than one drowning in butter and cheese. All it takes is a little good Diet Horse Sense.
More Bad Diet Horse Sense
Diet Horse Blinders
Sally is very interested in a 750-calorie piece of pecan pie. She believes that if she ignores the amount of calories contained in the pie, she will not experience weight gain.
Heavy Foods Equals Weight Gain - Even though an eclair may be light and fluffy and a grapefruit may be round and boxy, they are light-years apart in calorie content. Never judge a food by looking at its cover.
Diet Pills Will Solve all Weight Ills, Not True
There is no diet pill alive that can melt pounds off the body.
Some diet pills may curb appetite, or make an individual feel as if they have just stuck their finger in a light socket, or dehydrate the body to produce 'false weight loss' - but they cannot melt away fat from the body.
To lose weight, utilize your good horse sense.