A Dieting New Year’s Resolution For 2010.

Turned on the TV this morning and the breakfast host is extolling a vegetable soup recipe.

Apparently people have been desperately wanting to know more about this recipe that claims to help people lose weight between Christmas and New Year.

Yuk!

I have no problem with soup. I have a problem with the TV program promoting a yo-yo eating approach.

Ah well, when people get desperate what can you do?

Hmm.

What about an alternative to commit to instead.

Search out weight loss on this blog, or sign up to my local Adelaide list and email me.

And set about creating a new New Year’s Resolution.

An end to yo-yo dieting in 2010!

Oh, and the other items on my 2009 New Year Real-Solutions list are as relevant as ever today:

http://www.drmartinrussell.com/the-top-5-new-year-real-solutions-for-2009/

-Martin Russell

2 thoughts on “A Dieting New Year’s Resolution For 2010.”

  1. How about eating natural. Fruit, vegetables, meat and whole grains. Nothing else. If you do that, it’s pretty difficult to gain weight.

  2. Well – I’ve had one patient eat vegetables only for 6 months and still be 20+ kilos overweight.

    The main problem with your suggestion however is that it’s pretty hard for most people to stick to it long-term.

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