Why Losing Weight is Harder than Quitting Smoking

I have 14 pounds left to lose to get off 100 pounds. And I am sick of reading how easy it is to lose. There are easier ways and things that work better, but shedding 86 pounds was not easy. Dieting is like quitting an addiction, except harder. I will argue food is the hardest addiction to break. For one thing, diet takes longer. You can stop smoking or drinking and start seeing positive effects almost immediately. And you don't carry around outward evidence of your addiction--fat. It takes months to see progress and years to get all the weight off. I don't write this to discourage, but to remind you that if you have lost pat yourself on the back. If you're still working on it, don't listen to those naive ones who make is sound simple. It's hard work and you deserve high praise for trying.

Why Losing Weight is Harder than Quitting Smoking

Diet Recipe of the Day Shrimpy Seafood Alfredo

 I've lost 85 pounds (86 if you look at my scale juust right :). I also cook for a good sized crew and don't have time to make special diet recipes. And I'm too cheap to buy special diet food. Soo, I tweak family meals. I write about these recipes and +How-I-lost-weight in my +Diet recipe of the day. Today's is Diet Recipe of the Day Shrimpy Seafood Alfredo

Diet Recipe: Indian Masala ala Mar

I've developed a cult-like devotion to India food. Happily, it's super healthy, nutritious and lower in calories than most other foods. Because I'm on a quest to lose 100 pounds. Thus far, I've shed 83. People always ask how I lost weight so I write a Diet recipe of the day and Diet tip of the day to explain my system. Today's tip is to choose restaurants and cuisines, like Indian, that are diet friendly. And my recipe is
Diet Recipe: Indian Masala ala Mar 

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