Perspective

The first thing most people do when beginning a diet or health plan is to focus on all the things they can’t do – can’t eat sweets, can’t eat bread or pasta, can’t eat this or that. But, the problem is that elimination diets don’t work.

Sure, you might drop a few pounds or inches in the short term, but what happens two, three or four weeks out? Eliminating an entire group (or groups) of foods is just not sustainable – both mentally and physically – which means the results are short-lived, at best. Usually, dieters end up gaining back more weight than they lost because their bodies have been starved or deprived, and they subconsciously (or consciously) make up for it.

There are two big principles to digest here:

  • Willpower & elimination doesn’t work.
  • Habits always beat intentions.

The solution isn’t to just abandon all hope of making a change. The solution is to focus on what you CAN do, and adopting a nutrition plan centered around the concept that there are no good or bad foods, just good and bad times to eat certain foods. This varies person to person, because each of our metabolic profiles is different.

It sounds complicated, but it’s not – the results are fabulous and they last forever, because it’s a lifestyle that can be maintained for the rest of your life. Imagine never having to say no to a cupcake or a glass of wine? Imagine never having to diet again – and getting better and better results as each year goes by. That’s the MP lifestyle in a nutshell – exercise only a handful of hours each week and eat lots of delicious food (eliminating nothing – just changing when you eat it).

Intrigued? Contact us today to find out how to get started on your customized plan that willtransform how you look, feel and function.



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