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November and December is by far the worst time to start a diet. In the U.S. its Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s, lots of shopping and plenty of year-end celebrations in between. So who needs the added stress of a diet? But what if that diet was like no other diet out there and was a realistic approach to losing weight that worked with your current food choices as a starting point? Here is what’s required to start my program:
Okay so I am not a movie critic. I am just a guy who is passionate about solving obesity and is smart enough to realize that we cannot rely on government to save us from the “evil food industry”. There are too much Washington politics to go this route and as history has taught us time and time again; the person with the biggest wallet usually wins. I just watched Katie Couric’s Fed Up movie last night and...
Here is a quick tip from people complaining on twitter. Focus on calorie values over food choices. If you eat 250 calories of fruit or a 250 calorie snickers bar, it is still 250 calories... I saw a woman on twitter complaining that her husband was not supportive of her diet. After I read a few of her posts, I realized she was miserable on her diet (she had tweets complaining about her diet and her husband). So I shared with her the following perspective...
Let’s face it, losing weight is tough journey and it took me over 15 years of my own failures to develop this program. In the later chapters of my book, I share many of my struggles and how I was able to overcome these obstacles. Just wanted to share a quick story from Chapter 17, "Change the Game". Luckily for me, my sense of humor also passed down to my daughter… :-)
In late February 2014, I launched my book with so much energy, enthusiasm and passion. I was confident in my program and my ability to transform a seriously broken weight loss industry. I was confident that I would quickly gain momentum and be recognized by a celebrity to help get the word out of a great weight loss program that is more focused on life than it is a diet. I have even sent books to Ellen DeGeneres, Oprah, Dr. Oz, Matt Lauer and our first lady Michelle Obama just to name a few.
I am not a doctor, nutritionist, or trainer. But I am a scientist with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry and have 20 plus years of experience solving complex problems. If there is one thing I have learned from solving problems, you need to ensure you are asking the right questions. Otherwise you will end up going in circles and never solving the problem. The weight loss industry has failed to ask the right questions about obesity and obesity is spiraling out of control globally. We have a lot of great programs focused on nutrition and exercise but these programs don’t address the right questions to solve obesity.
I have called out in my book and in my website that the weight loss industry has failed. The food industry is also a natural target and sure we can say they are a huge part of the problem. But I want to be very clear in that I am not blaming the weight loss industry or food industry for obesity. In fact, since I am now part of the weight loss industry, I take personal accountability for also failing to reduce obesity (which is my ultimate goal). There are also a lot of great people in the weight loss industry that have big hearts and love to help people. The problem though is in our education.
Not just for your Theory of Relativity but also for your definition of insanity. Albert said it best, “Insanity, doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results”. It took me over 15 years of failing at standard diets to truly appreciate this definition. I have tried numerous diets, the majority starting in January or a Monday later in the year after failing with my January attempt. In late 2012, I luckily found the answers to my diet failures and it started out with me removing all of my associations with diets.
My vision started with transforming a broken weight loss industry that has gotten away with failing to reduce obesity for decades. It then evolved into helping hundreds of millions of people lose weight an easy inexpensive way for life. But there is something that is much more important here on the table than your purchase decision of my program.
It has failed miserably with the main objective of reducing obesity. And until we decide to do something about it ourselves, it will continue to be messed up forever.
“Everyone cheats on diets – it’s a fact (or at least it’s a fact for the hundreds of millions of people who have failed at diets previously). This is why the Change Control Diet factors this reality into the program”.