Founder of the weight loss program, Committed 100, explains how you can go out to eat and still lose weight.
Chad Tackett understands that many people are terrified to go out to eat breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Even going out for coffee can sometimes be a scary notion.
If wanting to look and feel more healthy, restaurants and coffee shops become places where unwanted temptations occur. Everyone wants to try to avoid morning-after regrets.
Yet, meal plans and routine-like eating can become dull over time. The feeling of being deprived of food and relationships will not last long.
Watching friends and family members indulge in every forbidden food will ruin the evening. Having to look at the delicious appetizers, entrees, and desserts will cause you to wish you stayed at home.
OR… you decide that you only live once and eat everything you’ve been missing out on. You take the term “eat, drink, and be merry” just a little too far as you indulge in the exact things you’ve been avoiding. In excess.
Losing weight does not need to be a punishment.
Committed 100 | Conclusion
Staying home does not have to be the only option when trying to shed the pounds.
“It’s simply a matter of combining the right foods, at the right times, and in the right amounts. A strategy that’s proven to force your body to burn fat, quickly and effectively,” says Chad Tackett.
Going out for breakfast, lunch, and dinner does not have to be scary or a temptation to eat in excess. You can continue to enjoy your relationships and still lose weight.