When you are sick, eat what tastes good to you. Dieting while ailing is a wicked effective way to drop pounds. But of all the weight-loss methods Amy knows, and she knows them all, it is the most stupid. You … Continue reading →
It’s okay to eat protein and vegetables together, or starch and vegetables together, but never protein and starch together. Protein and starch together are harder to digest, meaning they stay in your body longer, meaning they have more time to … Continue reading →
Feast your eyes first. Seriously, really look at your food. It’s hard to believe, but if you concentrate, looking at food can be as satisfying as actually eating food. Sometimes when Amy’s hungry and she doesn’t want to eat she … Continue reading →
In addition to going to bed a little hungry (rule number seven), you should be a little bit hungry all throughout the day, too. If not, you are eating too much. People who claim you can diet without hunger are … Continue reading →
Exercise helps you lose weight only if you don’t sit like a lump the rest of the day, and don’t use it as permission to pig out.
Ninety percent of the pleasure from any food is in the first three bites. So make ’em count. … Continue reading →
Allow yourself the occasional lavish meal. It spikes the metabolism.
Only eat when you’re hungry.
Two-thirds of your dinner should be green vegetables.
Sleep a lot. People who sleep a lot are thin. Possibly because when you’re sleeping you’re not eating. … Continue reading →