I’ve heard many “so called” dietarians say “Diet drinks, low calorie and low fat diet foods don’t work!” I beg to differ! They DO WORK, but they don’t subtract calories from a poor diet to begin with. Use these products as “fillers” and not as extensions of your diet and they will do wonders for you.
If you make the switch to Zero Calorie Drinks and stop drinking calories filled soda pop it would create a 10 pound potential weight loss for you in the next 30 days. It may take you 3 days to get over the symptoms of this soda pop addiction, and make no mistake it is an addition. But it will take about 21 total days to get over the habit which is the second leg of this addiction.
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In my experience you can drink zero calorie drinks, i.e., sodas Kool-Aids, flavored water and plan ole distilled water and LOOSE WEIGHT!
Here is the problem and the solution: Zero calorie drinks doesn’t make up for a cheeseburger, chili-cheese fries with all the “fixins” and an extra serving of desert.
It amazes me to see someone eat such a meal and then believe they justify or negate it by drinking a diet soda. News Flash! – That doesn’t help! It just doesn’t add to the wrong that has already been done.
Diet drinks and low calorie foods ARE NOT fat burners. Meaning they don’t make up for the extra calories you consume. Many people from what I’ve witnessed try to use Zero Calorie Drinks as some type of false psyche that they are “doing something good about their diet” when in fact if you take out the diet drink altogether calorie count still stands as it stands. The Zero Calorie drink doesn’t change those facts.
Zero Calorie drinks and foods DO however allow you to enjoy “some” of the” not so good for you foods” you want to eat in moderation and still allow you to loose weight in a steady progressive manner – that’s good. That means instead of not being able to enjoy a big sloppy chili cheese dog, exchange your four or five 200 calorie sodas you drink daily for Zero Calorie drinks and give yourself up to 1,000 calories per day toward your diet/weight loss goals.
Add to that a moderate level of daily exercise, i.e. walking, biking, swimming, basketball, etc., to your diet and you will have the basic building blocks for loosing a lot of weight progressively over a period of time. Remember you didn’t wake up one morning and found that you’d gained 20 pounds, it was a progressive rate of weight gain and it will require the same principles to loose it.