[D] is for Diet

D   If you are trying to shed few pounds, kilos, stones or whatever other unit you measure the weight in, exercising and running is a great way to achieve your goal. However if your goal is to run a marathon, don’t cut down on your food intake too drastically. You need food to fuel you. This is of course not a free out of the jail card for overeating.

The important thing is what food to eat and what food to avoid. Healthy and fresh will always beat sugary and fried whether you are aiming for one or the other.

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3 comments

  1. shirleyjdietz · April 5, 2015

    My husband is on one of those advertised diet programs – so much pasta, cookies and snacks! But it’s portion size that they focus on. Everything is small, small, small. I like the healthy and fresh approach too.

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  2. Alex Hurst · April 5, 2015

    *sigh* So hard to diet when all of the food in this country is so delicious. 😦 But I do find that the food I eat here doesn’t keep me full very long, so I eat more throughout the day.

    Alex Hurst, A Fantasy Author in Kyoto
    A-Z Blogging in April Participant

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    • evamarasca · April 13, 2015

      As a snacker, I find it hard to be on a diet but I try to snack on healthy snacks 🙂

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