マット・マクゴリーさんのインスタグラム写真 - (マット・マクゴリーInstagram)「Repost @kristamurias - “If you’re debating starting a new diet in January, I don’t blame you. There are ads everywhere, your friends are probably jumping on board with some new diet, and everyone is promising that it’s not actually a diet anyway, it’s definitely a healthy lifestyle change. Don’t be fooled - if it involves restricting what you eat or altering your behaviours with the goal of weight loss, it is in fact a diet, and you know by now how they always play out.  You’ll feel great at the beginning. You’ll be proud of your efforts, you’ll feel good about the choices you’re making. You might lose some weight at first, and this will be great motivation that “it’s working.” Maybe you’ll get a few compliments on your weight loss or your dedication to this new “lifestyle.” But after a few weeks, or a couple months, it’s going to get harder. You’ll start feeling deprived. You’ll be hungry. You’ll want to go out with friends without worrying about sticking to your meal plan. You’ll end up going off plan, maybe bingeing on all the foods you haven’t been able to eat for weeks, and you’ll be left feeling too full, disappointed in yourself, and blaming your lack of willpower. You’ll decide that you’ve already blown it, so why go back to the plan now? You’ll gain back the weight you lost, and maybe even more. You’ll feel even worse about yourself and your body than you did before the diet, and then the cycle starts all over. Only with every consecutive diet it gets even harder - the weight comes off slower, or not at all. And all of this weight-cycling is damaging to your physical and emotional health, which is a sad irony, considering that you were sure all that hard work would only improve your health.  Have you been there? I’m betting that if you have a history of dieting, this will sound painfully familiar. But it’s easy to think “this time will be different.” It won’t be.  But what COULD make a difference is deciding 2020 is the year you don’t diet. Instead you decide to listen to your body - nourish it well, choose movement you enjoy, and focus on healthy behaviours without stressing about weight loss. That could make all the difference.”」12月31日 2時40分 - mattmcgorry

マット・マクゴリーのインスタグラム(mattmcgorry) - 12月31日 02時40分


Repost @kristamurias - “If you’re debating starting a new diet in January, I don’t blame you. There are ads everywhere, your friends are probably jumping on board with some new diet, and everyone is promising that it’s not actually a diet anyway, it’s definitely a healthy lifestyle change. Don’t be fooled - if it involves restricting what you eat or altering your behaviours with the goal of weight loss, it is in fact a diet, and you know by now how they always play out.

You’ll feel great at the beginning. You’ll be proud of your efforts, you’ll feel good about the choices you’re making. You might lose some weight at first, and this will be great motivation that “it’s working.” Maybe you’ll get a few compliments on your weight loss or your dedication to this new “lifestyle.” But after a few weeks, or a couple months, it’s going to get harder. You’ll start feeling deprived. You’ll be hungry. You’ll want to go out with friends without worrying about sticking to your meal plan. You’ll end up going off plan, maybe bingeing on all the foods you haven’t been able to eat for weeks, and you’ll be left feeling too full, disappointed in yourself, and blaming your lack of willpower. You’ll decide that you’ve already blown it, so why go back to the plan now? You’ll gain back the weight you lost, and maybe even more. You’ll feel even worse about yourself and your body than you did before the diet, and then the cycle starts all over. Only with every consecutive diet it gets even harder - the weight comes off slower, or not at all. And all of this weight-cycling is damaging to your physical and emotional health, which is a sad irony, considering that you were sure all that hard work would only improve your health.

Have you been there? I’m betting that if you have a history of dieting, this will sound painfully familiar. But it’s easy to think “this time will be different.” It won’t be.

But what COULD make a difference is deciding 2020 is the year you don’t diet. Instead you decide to listen to your body - nourish it well, choose movement you enjoy, and focus on healthy behaviours without stressing about weight loss. That could make all the difference.”
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