I speak with many people on a regular basis about weightloss that swear up and down that they eat right “most” of the time. In trainer speak that roughly translates to “I have all intentions of eating well most of the time but it’s about 50/50.”
But there are those select few who do in fact eat ther’ eggs, drink ther’ smoothies, and eat a very healthful (fruits, veggies, lean meats/proteins…for those of you who are wondering what healthful is) diet. For these people, it may not be the “most of the time” that is the reason you can’t shed the last few inches on those McMuffin tops.
Chances are it is the “some times” that are throwing a wrench in your fat burning gears. These are those selective times where you choose to basically eat whatever you want because it is such a “small” part of your day/week.
I am talking about the times when you sit down to watch T.V., to when you go out for cocktails after work, to when you go on vacation, to even the holidays. It almost seems like when people say they eat well “most of the time” they almost repress these times that happen more frequently then they realize.