Thoughtful Reduction

- POSTED ON: Dec 29, 2012


Counting down 2012.

There isn’t One-Diet-For-Everyone,
and there are lots of good eating plans available to us all.
Each of us can find way-to-eat-less that we can make fit our lifestyle.

Here’s a diet recommendation from one obesity doctor.

A Life of Thoughtful Reduction

Why not live a life of thoughtful reduction?
No blind restrictions, but also no blind consumptions.
Ask yourself whether or not something's worth its calories

and how much you need of it to be happily satisfied.

             Yoni Freedhoff, MD

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On Dec 29, 2012 wrote:
This guy is spot on. Thank you Phyllis and Dr. Freedhoff.

On Dec 29, 2012 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Thanks John, and Congratulations again for your weight-loss over Christmas week. Your excellent Results demonstrates your excellent food behavior during that Holiday time period.

On Dec 29, 2012 jethro wrote:
Thanks to the info on this website, I learned of and added ESE (Pilon's eat stop eat) to NOS. ESE is in effect "A Life of Thoughtful Reduction" as described above (I think). I started it two weeks ago and have maintained my weight, even though I've slacked on my NOS and eaten like a condemned man during the holidays. We'll see what happens after I crack down on NOS.

On Dec 29, 2012 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Jethro, I'm happy the things I've shared on DietHobby have been helpful to you.

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