Saturday, December 29, 2007

The Small Step Diet Of Life

NOTE: I am currently right in the middle of writing a small book with the same title. Obviously, a more condensed version of intricacies and elaboration will be in the book.

The Small Step Diet Of Life is not complex, nor is it something so regimented as to make the concept too difficult. It's simple. Take small steps to succeed. I've listed sort of a table of contents on how this diet is made up.

1: Find out what your current average calorie intake is and reduce it by 20%.
Yes, you have to count calories!! Calories are what make you gain weight. It's important to know not only know how many calories go into your body, but also the type of calories.

2: Eat foods from three basic food groups as meals every three hours.
A: Protiens
B: Fiberous Carbs
C: Starchy Carbs

3: Create a calastenic routine and do it on a regular basis.
This routine should be something consisting of, but not limited to any physical activity which increase your heart rate. Walking, Running, Jumping, Marching, Push Ups, Sit Ups, Lite Weight Lifting.

These are the three basic principles which make this diet work. However, what will make you successful at this diet, is the understanding of taking small steps and improving on those steps as time moves forward. Losing weight should be done as a gradual process. 1 to 2 pounds a week is about right.

In my next post I will go into all the details of each of the 3 principles. If you have questions please post them, and I will answer them as soon as possible.

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