P.I.E.S. does what most diet clinics, weight loss centers recommend. It puts you in charge of your wellness lifestyle. It also recommends that you get help when you need it.
If you want to lose weight, you must commit to new ways of thinking and work toward developing a healthier lifestyle for yourself and your family.
Quick review before getting started
Weight Loss: Incorporating P.I.E.S.
Physical: a state of well-being. To achieve bodily wellness and maintain it once it is achieved, it is necessary to feed the body with nutritious foods, exercise it regularly, avoid harmful behaviors and substances, and protect oneself from accidents or harm.
Intellectual: the ability to think and learn from life’s experiences, both taught to us and experienced by us. It is a willingness to be open mindedness to new ideas and the ability to question and evaluate information with reason and logic. An individual with good intellectual skills is capable of making decisions, setting realistic goals, meeting challenges, and coming up with sensible and practical solutions to their problems.
Emotional: the ability to differentiate thoughts and feelings and to communicate them reasonably and responsibly. It is the ability to interact effectively with other people in social environments. It is the capacity to develop satisfying interpersonal relationships and to fulfill social and workplace roles.
Spiritual: a belief in a higher power that gives greater significance to individual life.
Losing weight is not something that is going to happen overnight. Remember, you didn’t put the weight on in a day or two; it took time. It took time to collect that extra baggage. It took time to realize it was even there. It is going to take time, change, hard work, and patience. Before you know it, you will be feeling more energized, more confident in you as a whole person, and feel proud of yourself each time you look in the mirror.
Losing weight means making a change, a major change in your life. A diet plan existing for only weeks or months at a time is a plan setting you up to fail once you stop the diet. Dropping pounds and keeping them off is a lifestyle change, a commitment to your health, body, and mind.
Make sure you are ready … and make the commitment.
Educate yourself on the importance of carbohydrates, proteins, and fat by reading the material written. If you understand why you should eat certain foods and why you should minimize others, this can help with your changes. Educate. Empower. Engage.
So how do you get it done with P.I.E.S.?
P.I.E.S. teaches you to plan, and it holds you accountable. It does not allow you to use others as your excuse. You take the first step, you face your problems, and you decide to change. Want to change. Call on the P.I.E.S. original formula.
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