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No S Diet

Posted on 08/08/10, 01:33 pm
I have been looking at this weight loss plan and think I give it a try.

http://diet.lovetoknow.com/wiki/No_...

No sweets
No seconds
Days off that start with S (Saturday, Sunday and Special days)

Also I am reading The Thin Commandments and will be mixing that into the No S Diet.
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  • Reply #1 08/30/10  11:36am
    I gave the No S Diet a 21 try and I gained 2 pounds. I must need more regimentation! So back to counting calories FOREVER!

    Which just made me notice that no one has posted here in over 21 days! Where is everyone?
  • Reply #2 08/31/10  1:33am
    I wondered about this. Where does portion control fit into it? And fats?
  • Reply #3 09/01/10  4:06pm
    Hi

    I too gave this a try Joyce when you mentioned it, and it is working! I am losing weight,.... finally. But, I am doing it the way they recommend: no snacks, no sweets, no seconds. On Saturday and Sunday I add one sweet each day. But I still do not snack or have seconds even on Saturday and Sunday.

    Beesley, the portion control is the " no seconds" part. You are supposed to put a normal sized portion on your plate and no seconds.

    This is really working and I do not feel at all deprived or that I am dieting.

  • Reply #4 09/05/10  3:54pm
    I wonder if it would work for me if I counted my calories along with it? But then that was the beauty of the whole idea.
  • Reply #5 10/17/10  9:58pm
    Calorie counting for me is the only consistently effective method I have found. I still struggle after two years of maintenance with my portion control and once I stop counting calories (or become more leniant), I go down a slippery slope and end up bingeing. I know that there are other methods and each person is so different with their food needs, routine, and lifestyle. I struggle with it still, and I don't have any good ideas to suggest besides the annoying calorie number counting... :(
  • Reply #6 12/27/10  8:14pm
    Hi Smile Lisa,

    I have found counting calories so difficult and time consuming. Is there an easy calorie counter or book available that is VERY user friendly?

    I will look at the S diet as well.
    thanks!
  • Reply #7 02/12/11  6:31pm
    Keep a list of your favorite foods and their calorie count to make it a little faster. That also helps you stick to your portions. I like www.caloriesperhour.com

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