Where do vegetables come in?? Even if they're counted as carbs, which makes no sense, and you only ate vegetables instead of carbs that is only 3 servings a day and that isn't enough.
Sorry I came off as so bitchy. I actually have walked in your shoes and never found it easy at all. From about the ages of 12-30 I went on every diet there is. My point, which I should have made more nicely, is that it is not healthy to put on weight and then take it off with a diet plan. The best thing to do health-wise is to find a way of eating that you like and can stick with for the rest of your life, because maintaining a relatively consistent weight is much healthier than yo-yo-ing. The way I have found peace with food is to get in touch with my body's hunger signals and to eat a variety of healthful foods when I am hungry, to exercise moderately and regularly, and to drink a lot of water. If this diet plan works for you, that's great, because once you clarified that it includes lots of vegetables, it sounds pretty healthy. But I just caution everyone to beware of gaining and then losing weight repeatedly, because experts say doing so is worse for your health than just being consistently overweight. Sorry again for sounding mean.Originally Posted by ficbot
Again, if you don't need this kind of thing, that's great for you. How nice that you are in a position where it is not a concern for you. But to be anti-weight-loss for other people wen you have not walked in their shoes? What is your problem? There have been at least three threads here in recent weeks asking for weight loss advice on a vegetarian diet, so I figured there was interest in posting this. Obviously, not everyone finds this as easy as you seem to.