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MD DIET UPDATE
It’s been about three weeks since I’ve been on the MD Diet. I have to say that it hasn’t been all that difficult. The plan is all laid out for me so I just need to go and do it.
It’s very simple. Getting to my summer body will be quick with this plan.
After my detox period, I lost 2 pounds and 4 ounces.
Since I started the actual diet, I realized the foods I can eat are not all that different than what I was already eating. The difference is eating times and amounts.
It’s important to maintain your metabolism by eating frequently and smaller portions. I am eating the way I am supposed to be eating now.
The basic idea of this way of life is that you eat a protein with every carbohydrate. This is important so that your body can break the carb down and not store it immediately as fat.
Eating every 2 to 3 hours helps to keep you satiated and comfortable so you never need to binge to feel full. Essentially, you’re full all day.
I haven’t felt hungry at all while eating this way. I won’t lie and say I haven’t splurged a tiny bit because I have but the important part of it is, I can get right back on the right track without feeling defeated and just binging because of taking a bite of a cookie!
Every week, I go into the MD Diet clinic to get my vitamin B12 shot. While I’m there, they also do a weigh in to see my progress.
I know for sure this is keeping me more strict on this diet because I am being held accountable. The employees at the clinic are not judge-y and don’t make you feel bad if you didn’t lose weight in a week.
The nutritionist, Penny, is super nice and talks about what I can do to make sure I’m losing. Really, there’s only so much they can do, it’s all on me to lose it and get to my goal weight.
MD Diet is there to give you the tools and you take the tools to make them work for you.
The hardest part for me being on the MD Diet is the amount of protein I should be eating. It’s a lot and I’m not even hungry for it because it is so much. I am actually going to cut it down a little bit just to see how my body reacts.
Eating bread and grains is limited. That’s not to say you can’t have them because you definitely can. However, you should eat a grain before you work out so that the carbs can break down faster.
Also, if you choose grains, choose whole wheat or brown rice. Just learn to make better food choices.
I have been trying to stay away from bread and grains all together since I am a pre-diabetic, my body doesn’t react well to them.
So far, I have lost another pound. I am not losing as fast as many people lose because I literally only have 6 pounds left to go but which makes it difficult for me.
I am still kicking though and eating the way I should because I am committed to living a healthy lifestyle and not just wanting to lose weight. However, I do want to lose a few more pounds just to say that I did it! Also, I will look great during the summer.
This is a new lifestyle for me. I feel better, I m more energized, and I never feel bloated anymore.
If you’re interested in more info on MD Diet, check them out at http://www.mddietclinic.com
There was a time when I worked out 5 days a week for two years straight. I fell off the wagon for 6 months so my body did lose a lot of its tone.
With the MD Diet, I started exercising again. I shoot for 3 days a week at least and anything more is a bonus. I can already feel my body tightening up and I love it.
I’m planning on exercising even after I finish with the MD Diet because it makes me feel good. Also, I don’t want to look flabby while I’m at the pool!