THE FAT BLOCKER PROGRAM: EATING SHOULD BE FUN, TOO
It’s important that we watch what we consume. But it’s just as important that we live life fully, enjoying eating as much as possible. Most of us can’t follow a strict, stringent diet for long. We wind up frustrated, convinced that we might as well forget the whole thing. That’s why we should give ourselves a break, realizing that it’s natural (and even good for us) to eat “forbidden” foods now and again. I know that when I visit my hometown of South Philadelphia, I always have a Pat’s Steak Sandwich and a Tastykake, a delicious chocolate cupcake I’ve enjoyed since I was a child. All of us have similar vices, no doubt, and if we don’t indulge them, they start to dominate our thoughts. We become obsessed with them and then we really overindulge.
Yet, the truth is that eating high-calorie sugary foods in small amounts won’t affect your health in the long run provided you don’t also overindulge on a consistent basis in eating fat. The key is to eat the foods you love, cutting down on them as much as you can, while taking your Chitosan to make sure you keep your fat intake low. Since you are now eating a large proportion of what you want when you want it, your desire to splurge will be greatly reduced.
Guidelines for the Fat Blocker Eating Program: The Fat Blocker Eating Program is really not a diet. Instead, it’s a guide to lifelong good eating. In fact, if every American adopted this eating plan and followed it scrupulously, the national rates of cancer, heart disease, and diabetes would come crashing down. Immune systems would get a tremendous boost, so that infections and illnesses would carry less of a punch. Everyday health problems that drain us of energy, patience, and joy, like chronic headaches, allergies, and certain skin conditions, might become things of the past. So don’t think that you’ll be depriving your family once you start planning your meals according to the Fat Blocker guidelines. Actually, you’ll be doing them a big favor.