THE PUSH-AWAY METHOD EXPLAINED
People are always looking for better ways to lose weight, and keep it off. We have all tried endless diet methods that may take off some weight at the beginning, but we always gain it back. Why? One of the reasons is consistency. Some give up too easy, while others go on and off of it so often that their body doesn’t know they are on a diet at all.
Many times the new way is not always the best. While there are a number of great ideas for losing weight and staying fit out there, the method that may work the best in the long run is one your grandmother may have used: the “push away method.” It is called this because it simply means that your grandmother knew when to quit eating and push away from the table.
This sounds uncomprehensibly old-fashioned but here is why it works and how you can try it yourself starting today:
1) The “push-away” diet involves making your own choices. While other diets restrict you and give you a feeling of loss of control, the “push away method” lets you eat whatever you want, as long as it in in reasonable proportions. A famous actress, Farrah Fawcett, liked this way of dieting and this is the way she ate all the time and never had a weight problem. To implement this way of eating, simply eat a little of whatever you want, but limit the amount. You don’t even have to count calories with this method, as long as you use common sense. Don’t take out second or third helpings though, as this will defeat the purpose.