Quit fighting it
If being in shape is part of your job, you’re used to thinking about what you can and can’t eat most of every day. The rest of us would rather get on with our lives and enjoy our dinner. We just don’t want to be fat.
Unless you just can’t bear to give up your microwave meal solutions, you can eat great food and get to your ideal weight:
- Without radical changes.
- Without feeling guilty every time you indulge.
- And without ever counting a calorie or weighing a portion.
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A coworker of mine is pregnant. And a vegetarian. And when her doctor suspected she might have gestational diabetes, she had to cut back on the bread and pasta, which didn’t leave much for her to eat except vegetables.
I mentioned the asparagus and shrimp salad I’d made before, and told her you could easily leave out the shrimp and it would be mostly asparagus and chick peas. She loves chick peas, but doesn’t like asparagus.
“Hmm,” I thought to myself, “I didn’t like asparagus either until I learned to roast it. Yumm. Then I tried blanching. Yumm again. Now I like asparagus, just not canned asparagus.”
So I told her I’d make some and bring it for lunch. She tried it. Now she likes asparagus, too. Read More »
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