2612568276918. Weight Loss Bootcamp Extreme

Weight Loss Bootcamp Extreme

Weight Loss Bootcamp Extreme

Step Two. Timing your meals.

Study after study has shown that a set schedule of mealtimes is helpful if we’re trying to lose weight. In our 24/7 Western society it’s quite common for people to be eating at any time of the day or night. It’s called grazing. And my guess is that you’re guilty of that too.

So, your mission is this: Set three 30-minute periods in the day when you’re allowed to eat. If you’re in a typical 9 to 5 job that means breakfast, lunch and dinner.

If you’re a night worker that means breakfast, dinner, midnight snack. If you’re not working, it means breakfast, lunch and dinner. I don’t care what you call these meals or in what order they come but the rule is: three mealtimes per day and ABSOLUTELY NO EATING outside of those times.

Think about how your day is structured. If you get home at six pm and eat straightaway, then that leaves several hours before bedtime. This is leisure time, during which you can easily feel the temptation to eat. So, move your mealtime back a couple of hours to eight pm.

That way you’ll have a shorter period of potential temptation before going to bed.

You need to work out how you actually do it and how it fits into your work/life arrangements but the guide here is to space out the three periods sensibly and appropriately. (You might want to use four shorter periods instead of three if you’re especially pathetic).

And the rule is: ABSOLUTELY NO EATING outside those periods. If you start feeling hungry between meals then congratulate yourself that you are resisting that hunger and that your body is probably burning up a little bit of your spare fat.

Then turn your mind to something more productive, like your work, for example. None of this ‘keeping a few carrots sticks in the fridge for when you get peckish’.

This is nonsense. Don’t even think about it. You are going to test yourself here like never before. So, if you get hungry between meals then tough. Feel what’s it’s like to be hungry for a change. It won’t do you any harm. Instead, enjoy the sense of empowerment that resisting gives you.

“So why are we doing this?” I hear you ask. Two reasons. The first, as I explain in a bit more detail below, is to enable us to know how much we’re consuming, but secondly, it’s a way of putting food into a proper context in our lives.

Let me give you an example: You’ve just left work. On the way home you grab a cheeseburger and you walk down the road eating it. You’re crossing the road, watching the traffic as you go.

You hop on a train, jostling your way through other people. You’ve been taking bites out of the burger all the while and you finish it off while hanging onto a handrail on the train. You’ve just eaten about a third of your daily calorie requirement and you didn’t even taste it.

You derived little, if any, satisfaction from it and it’s just gone. Your body’s got several hundred calories alright but you’ve got nothing out of the deal. This is a crazy way of eating.

The purpose of this book is to invest you with a new attitude to food so that you take it much more seriously and to get you to take account of its flavor and texture.

This will enable you to enjoy your meals more and get something positive out of each and every one. If you treat your food as merely gut-filler then stuff your gut just what you’ll do.

You’ll fill yourself up with any old food, rubbish or not, and your body will say “thanks very much” and store as much of it as possible as fat, probably on your backside. What a way to carry on.

You need to think about how you set up your timings. One of the powerful things about this approach is that it frees you from having to make decisions about whether to eat something or not.

Instead at looking at a piece of cake that somebody’s offered you and wondering if you can eat it now then deduct the calorie-equivalent from your evening meal, you can just say to yourself “I’m not allowed, It’s outside my eating period”. And that’s an end to it.

No discussion, no question. You have set up your eating periods and the rules are absolutely rigid. If it’s outside your eating period then you’re not going to eat it. (And you’re certainly not going to put it in the drawer for later either!).

Having three set periods when we allow ourselves to eat makes it so much easier to keep track of what we are eating. You don’t need to worry about the two, or was it three, chocolates you had with your coffee.

No more forgetting about small snacks that you ate that might well add up to several hundred calories over the course of 24 hours. If you’re on a diet but conveniently forget about a few hundred calories every day then you’ll never lose any weight.

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