I read an online article on www.debramoorhead.com/blog, explaining how she lost 25lbs in 1 month. And after reading, it made sence to me how easy (sorta) it is to lose without starvation.
Now, I don't think she discovered anything new, but it was something I haven't heard of lately. Ok, to sum it up she learned that if she wanted to "weigh 123lbs then she must consume the amount of calories necessary to sustain a body at 123lbs." Basicly you eat as if you were 123lbs (ex:1,560 calories) regardless of what your current weight is. She knew what her natural weight should have been, eventually her cravings vanished, stomach stranked, so it felt normal to consume that amount of food... Let me add, once she knew what her daily calorie intake should be, she divided by how many meals a day she eats. (ex: 1,560 calories a day divided by 3 meals a day = 520 calories a meal)
SO, has anyone done this?.... Instead of eating less calories to just lose a few pounds or more, you calculated what your goal weight is to be permantly, and ate accordantly to that weight if you were currently carrying it.
Overall, I thought that was a genius idea Plus everyone can participate with, or without exercise