It's a Wednesday afternoon and I'm relaxing in the rear of Nutrition lecture, recently caffeinated and listening intently to Professor Levitsky orate about weight loss, weight loss and expenditure. Okay, nobody likes you Slimeasy Herbs Capsule my class schedule and every one of this would be just like dull because the hump day grind, EXCEPT, then the slideshow changed or more on the screen appeared a CNN article titled "Twinkie Diet Helps Nutrition Professor Lose 27 Pounds."
Basically, this guy ate nothing but convenience store snacks for
10 weeks, but because his caloric intake decreased on this diet,
this didn't matter he was carbo-loading 24/7. What mattered was
he was only eating 1800 calories each day. That's about 13
twinkies. Yes, I thought it would be more too. The thing is, (or
is said to be) that weight loss and management are primarily
based upon controlling intake, i.e. the calories count and the
organic/vegan/whole grain obsession falls towards the
Rewind 12 hours. I'm around the couch, a few episodes deep into season six of Gilmore Girls. Long story short, in the event you haven't checked out Buzzfeed, Facebook, Twitter or the Internet whatsoever in the past couple of months, it is a mother-daughter transitional phase drama focused on Lorelai Gilmore and her teenage daughter Rory. The duo is coffee, popular culture and most importantly snack-obsessed. The show constantly references their eating habits, mostly unhealthy foods and diner food, to some extent where it might be nearly impossible to become fully convinced (as a viewer) these two attractive, slender actresses are playing characters who eat like truck drivers.
Fast forward to lecture. Checking hostess snack-filled screen, I'd "what alcoholics refer to as 'A moment of clarity'" when I realized my long-time theory that: A. Rory and Lorelai Gilmore aren't human or B. Hollywood does what it always does in showing unrealistic connection between character habits was just proven wrong, in a Cornell lecture hall nonetheless. My brain did among those life-flashes-before-your-eyes things, with the exception that it wasn't my entire Slim Forte Double Power life, also it was every season of Gilmore Girls with every scene involving food. The food is always on screen, but we rarely ever see the Gilmore Girls eat it; much less eat everything (Calorie control people!). There you have it, today I found that The Gilmore Weight loss program is in fact a feasible lifestyle.