Diet over blast; is that possible or not?
It’s a bit more complicated than that, but I’ll provide you with the steps outline of the diet, as well as a video link that will give you some videos to challenge your friends’ claims and read some reviews of the diet.
The Cookie Diet’s plan is not a crash. It’s a very healthy diet with FRESH food and is surprisingly satisfying. We have all been programmed to feel that dieting is all about pain, suffering, and denial. The one thing that sets this diet apart is…..it’s not all about the pain; it’s about learning how to eat right. No tablets, mineral, pills, or negative calorie foods ever done a thing to make you feel like a million dollars; No expensive clubs, fitness videos or embarrassing watched movies. To me, it’s all about lifestyle change.
Diet over blast is not a diet program that has a set start time and stay there style; it’s a blueprint for how you can change your lifestyle and maintain food freedom.
Diet over blast will teach you what foods are healthy, what foods aren’t, and why etc. It’s a plan that leaves plenty of room for the occasional treat, but teaches you that you need to eat all of the foods that are classified as “healthy” to stay on track with your cookie diet.Of course to follow the cookie diet successfully, you’ll want to learn the secrets of cookie making so you can make the cookies yourself.
…and they’re tasty, too! Diet over blast teaches you what cookies are healthy, and how to use them to your advantage. No more drinking these diet shakes; they taste like the usual chocolate ice cream, but they’re low in calories and healthy.
… So they ads ambivalently! In addition to teaching you how to work with cookies to satisfy your hunger drive and taste demands; the plan also explains how to use exercise to complement your cookie diet in order to burn fat and stay fit, even though you don’t need to spend hours exercising.
You can take a quick peak at Diet over blast before you begin the plan and then keep a food journal while you’re on it to keep an eye on what to eat, when to eat, and how much to eat. You can check to see whether any changes need to be made to accommodate your cookie diet; have the menu prepared for you, or record your monthly totals there; as well as making out whether or not you’ve been keeping to your calorie restrictions, or taking the exercise recommended at the end of the day.
If you ever want to mention, or expand on, any of the exercise mentioned in your food journal, you can write them down and include it in your exercise log. That way you’ll be able to see whether or not you’ve been sticking to your calorie restrictions, your exercise requirements, etc. Finally, you’ll be able to see– Piper, how much exercise have you done since you began your diet plan?
Hopefully, after your diet over blast, you’ll also have started to tell a story of your own. A story of healthy weight loss and how you changed your eating, exercise, and daily habits. A story of a time when you felt bad, you made a conscious decision to change and now you’re seeing that change show up in your mirror and on your scale.
You can take a week or so off from the cookie diet; if you want to, you can just make up your own cookie diet on the weekends and take a break from the strictness of the plan, but you’ll want to put in the same effort during the week, too, so that your weight loss continues. Also, giving yourself a rest from the diet might re-energize you and get you ready to return to the next phase of the cookie diet.
I wish you all the best, healthy success to you in your weight loss journey this year.