Flabbergasted, adj. Appalled over how much weight you have gained.~Author Unknown
There is no reason to fake bewilderment and amazement when you get on your bathroom scale and find out you have gained weight. You know very well what you did last week or month. All those cookies, fatty foods, and junk foods had to go somewhere. Usually that place is around your waistline.
If you are guilty of unhealthy eating, stuffing your face with everything under the sun without thinking, you don’t have the right to be amazed you gained weight. What did you think it was going to happen? Did you really thing there weren’t any consequences to your actions.
There is a very strict law that governs the universe. The law of action and reaction. It is a very simple law that states that for every action there is a reaction. What it more interesting is the fact that the size of the reaction is equal to the size of the action. This means that the more fattening food you eat the more weight you will gain. Pretty simple and straight forward.
The inverse is also true. The more healthy weight loss helping food you eat, the more weight you will lose over time. The balance is perfect and there is no way to avoid it.
So if you want to lose weight, all you have to do is take massive weight loss action. The result will soon show themselves. After all that is the appropriate reaction.
If by chance you are on a diet and you gain weight you have three likely causes:
1) You didn’t really followed the diet plan. If you didn’t follow the diet you can’t blame it for gaining weight or not losing weight.
3) You dieted too much, starved your body a lot, and now your metabolism is really slow. This is the worst position to be in because when your metabolism is slow, even breathing can be fattening. Your best option is to get on a healthy diet and start repairing your metabolism as fast as possible.
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