Success breeds success!

I’ve put on weight.

There, I’ve said it. I’ve now faced up to it and I knew it was time to take it on again. Not a problem, done it before, just need to sort myself out and do something about it.

So I talked to Darryl (my trainer) about it.

We both know I know how to lose weight.

Darryl has told me, several times, that if I stick to the Ancestral Solution I can lose up to 3 lbs a week.

“Yeah, right”

As I’ve told him, this may be true for a young person but not for me. It gets much harder as you get older. Weight loss slows down. My weight loss plateaus all the time. I lose weight, but slowly.

But I decided I’d give sticking to the plan religiously a go. I’ve been eating ancestrally for well over a year but ive been eating more and more other stuff too!

Week One
Stuck to the plan about 80% of the time. Result? I lost 3 lbs 🙂

Week Two
Stuck to the plan about 95%. Result? I lost another 3 lbs! 🙂 🙂

Week Three
Stuck to the plan about 95%. Result? Lost yet another 3 lbs! 🙂 🙂 🙂

I have NEVER lost weight like this before!

And how does ‘Success breed success’?

Every time I’m tempted to eat something that’s not ancestral I think of how well it’s working ….. and I don’t want it!

So it’s not a question of self control or will power, I don’t want it.

There are sweets in the house that I’d normally shove down my throat as fast as possible, but I don’t want them!

Can’t believe it, but I like it!

There is a downside however. Darryl is right ………….. again.

The Ancestral Solution combined with the right supplements and exercise program works!

I want to be right. I like being right. But then, if I was right, I’d be 9 lbs heavier!

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3 responses to “Success breeds success!”

  1. Well done!
    I haven’t done the Ancestral Solution but I have been eating only healthy foods (and ‘natural’ food) and I don’t fancy any sweets/biscuits/etc.
    I think it works because of the balanced insulin level. Less sugar-> liver copes better with fat –> less cravings –> less sugar.
    Well, that’s how I visualise it.
    On the odd occasion I’m hungry and confronted with choice (lack of planning isn’t good!) I definetely fancy the ‘better’ wholesome foods. Perhaps because I know that if I eat the sweet stuff it open the vicious circle?

    You’re really doing great!

    • You’re so right. Ray was watching anold episode of 2.4 children the other day where they had these chocolate bars and reacted to them like a drug. Very scary, and just what I can be like!

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