My 4-Hour Body Plan | Eat like Ground Hogs Day

"to eat or not to eat" by daniellehelm via flickr
“to eat or not to eat” by daniellehelm via flickr

I read somewhere a long time ago that the best way to lose weight is to stick to a routine (i.e eat the same things every day).

I’ve heard this same piece of advice over and over again over the years from different successful dieters.

My guess is that keeping a routine creates discipline and consistency.

I have not been applying this piece of advice, but after failing at weight lost for the past 4 months, I have decided that it’s worth a shot.

via fourhourworkweek.com
via fourhourworkweek.com

My sister recently emailed me some blog posts from The 4 Hour Workweek blog, and I have decided to implement these strategies.

I will link to the articles below for your reference.

Here is my plan that has come out of reading these articles:

First of all the rules:

  1. No fruit
  2. No white “starchy” carbs
  3. Drink only water
  4. Eat the same meals every day
  5. Have one “cheat day” where you can eat anything you want.

So, for me my plan is to eat:

B- Eggs, beans and veggies

L- Turkey, beans and veggies

S- nuts and veggies

D- Fish, beans and veggies

 Have you found that variety or monotony was more effective in your weight loss journey? Please share in the comment section below!

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Author: African Femininity

African Femininity is a first generation American-born Nigerian. That basically means, her parents were immigrants and raised her with a mix of selective cultural values from both traditions. Needless to say, this left her with a very dissonant understanding of what being a “lady” meant. Now, as an un-married 30 year old woman, she is on a mission to delve to the root of being a woman in a world where conflicting cultural values and traditions are leaving many confused and disillusioned. She use the power of the pen to defend a woman’s right to choose her own lifestyle: be it housewife, social climber or being conventionally employed. Check out her Amazon author page for books written by her at http://amazon.com/author/shadowjackson

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