Have you ever tried weight loss diets and just ended up gaining all of the weight right back? How many times has a diet left you feeling hungry and miserable all of the time? Many times, the diets that you try do not give you the long-term weight loss that you want. Many diets do not work because they require you to place limitations of certain foods.

If you have tried several diets, the following example will sound very familiar to you. You decide to lose weight and start researching several popular weight loss diets. You choose a low-calorie diet and dedicate yourself to following it. You go to the grocery store and fill a cart full with healthy foods. With your fridge stocked, you are ready to go. You follow the diet religiously for a few weeks. You are feeling great and losing weight.

Then the day comes when you start to crave a specific food. You try telling yourself that the food is off limits to you. You may even eat a healthy alternative instead. After struggling as long as you can, you end up eating the restricted food anyway. That is because your body was craving that food in particular. When you deny your body what it wants, you end up being miserable until you eat the forbidden food. Once you have eaten one thing that was not on your diet, you begin the cycle of overeating and sometimes end your diet altogether. When you end your diet, it is easy to gain back the weight that you lost initially. You then begin this cycle all over again with a different diet.

This cycle of yo-yo dieting is very common with people who try fad diets that revolve around limiting the foods that you are allowed to have. These diets do not work because you are not feeding your body what it needs. If you are tired of following weight loss diets that do not work, try the non-diet approach to weight loss.

The non-diet approach to weight loss does not require you to deprive yourself of the foods that you love. You will never again have to fight cravings for the foods you want to eat. You may be wondering how this approach to dieting will help you lose weight. You begin by developing a healthy relationship with your body. Learn to listen to your body's signals. Eat when your body tells you it is hungry. Stop eating when your body sends the signal that it is full. The non-diet approach allows you to eat the foods you want to eat. You just need to listen to your body in order to keep yourself from overeating. This approach to weight loss not only gives you the ability to lose weight, but also helps you build a healthy relationship between yourself and food.

Many diets are based on limiting the foods that you can eat, especially the foods that you love. Telling yourself that you cannot eat certain things can lead to the failure of the diet and even weight gain. Trying to follow a restrictive diet is a struggle for many people. By changing your approach to dieting, you can achieve inner peace and weight loss. Try the no-diet method, and you will begin to lose weight and keep it off naturally.

Author's Bio: 

The above article is based on the book, "Winning Overeating" by Ofira Shaul. Ofira is a Naturopathy doctor. This experiential, self-development leader has devoted her life to finding the best natural way to obtain permanent weight loss while improving the total quality of your life. Her all-natural program does not require you to use any pills, count calories, or starve yourself.

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