When you read or hear the word “diet,” what comes to mind? How about pain, suffering, deprivation and misery? Does failure come to mind? Maybe “weight rebound?” So why in the world would anyone want to go on a diet? Simple – to get the results of going on a diet. The problem is diets are typically a temporary thing – you do it for a while until you can’t do it anymore and what happens?
You know the answer . . .
Most of us can’t – and won’t – suffer and deprive ourselves for the rest of our lives to get and stay at our ideal weight. But, if you can find a way to enjoy food while maintaining a healthy weight, I’ll bet you can lose the weight for a lifetime.
Here’s what it boils down to – a numbers game. No different than your checkbook – you need to know how much is coming in and how much is going out. Your body needs a certain number of calories to stay balanced. That is, to maintain your current weight. If you’re depositing more than you’re spending, what happens to your balance? It increases, just like your waistline. If you spend more than you deposit, what happens? Your balance goes into the negative and now you have to use your savings. The body does the same thing – if you spend (burn) more than what’s coming in, it will tap into your savings (fat reserves) and your waistline shrinks.
So doesn’t it make sense to know your balance? Do you know how many calories you need every day? Do you know how much is being deposited? Most people don’t yet they wonder why they “can’t” lose weight. As our founder, Neal Spruce, wisely put it – you can’t manage what you don’t know and you won’t manage what you don’t see. We’ve made it easy for you connect with your numbers with the Me program. The food logging system and eight different lifestyle menus show you how to incorporate the foods you enjoy so you can manage your daily calorie budget.
Join us for a free webinar on November 11 and we’ll not only give you the facts of weight loss, we’ll show you exactly how our program works. It’s time to stop dieting and enjoy the freedom of dotFIT Me.
Link to www.dotFIT.com/webinars