Rule #1 – BE SMART.
Regardless of what you have heard, the most important aspect of any healthy weight loss diet is to be smart. Be sure and follow the calorie program that will best meet your health goals. Choose the calorie program and diet tools that will help you feel your best. Be sure and check with your doctor before starting any program or change in diet.
Hunger is the #1 factor when it comes to a diet support program. Since hunger is so subjective, (one person’s definition of mild hunger could be another person’s definition of starvation), it is important to chose the program that will give you the best chance of success.
The first option is to add an additional dosage of Body Reset. Instead of taking it 3 times a day, take it 4 times a day. Most of the time, this resolves any issues and you are back on track. If you are among the few where this is not effective, you will need to start increasing calories.
Because of this, we have included the original 500 calorie diet. This way you can build upon it in a way that fits you and your goals. To see specifically how to do this, see the “diet” section.
Rule #2 – STICK TO THE APPROVED FOODS.
Once we have Rule #1 down, we can talk about Rule #2.
As mentioned before, success on a program comes down to a question of hunger. Hunger is the key component to any diet. If hunger is controlled, then the diet has a better chance of being successful than if hunger is not under control. If hunger is a struggle, then the odds of going off the program increase.
THE KEY IS TO ONLY EAT FROM THE APPROVED FOOD LIST.
If you are following a certain calorie number and hunger is an obstacle…eat! It’s just as important to eat when you are hungry as it is to NOT EAT WHEN YOU ARE FULL. When hunger stands in the way, don’t let it! Eat something, but make sure that it is from the approved food list, and you will be just fine.
JUST REMEMBER: DO NOT EAT WHEN YOU ARE NOT HUNGRY!!!
The 500 calorie program is a good place to start mathematically. It’s very simple math to increase calories from this point, because each meal is about 250 calories. The 500 calorie program has you eating 2 meals a day. So by increasing from 2 to 3 meals a day, you just increased your calories from 500 to 750 for the day. Increasing from 3 to 4 meals a day increases your calories form about 750 calories to around 1000 calories a day…and so on. This way the 500 calorie diet is an easy starting point. From there, simply do the math. In an effort to the answer to the question: What is Body Reset? Let health be your goal every step of the way!