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Janice Taylor: Christmas Diet Tip - Choosing A Food Plan

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Here's what you need to know and think about before choosing your food plan!

3,500 calories equals 1 pound
It's scientific! No matter how you slice it, dice it, package it or name it, 3,500 calories cut is one pound lost. Whether you take in 500 calories fewer per day, or burn 500 calories more per day by exercises, by the end of the week, you will be one pound lighter.

Questions to ask yourself.

1. Do I like the foods on this food plan? If you do not, you will not stick with it!

2. How long can I live with this food plan? If you say for a week or even a month, you are doomed to fail. This is about making a healthy lifestyle change for LIFE!

3. Is this diet too restrictive? If your food plan is based on too few calories (1200 to 1500 is the suggested range), or if your food plan omits certain food groups, you are likely to binge and have uncontrollable cravings.

Spread the word,.. NOT the icing,


In addition to being an author (Our Lady of Weight Loss:Miraculous and Motivational Musings from the Patron Saint of Permanent Fat Removal), and the e-publisher of the very popular Kick in the Tush Club, Janice is a Certified Hypnotist, trained in Guided Imagery and Time Empowerment Techniques. She is a member of the International Coach Federation and Association for Integrative Psychology.

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