How Much Food Can I Eat on the 21 Day Fix?
There are a lot of people with “Post Diet Stress Disorder” who ask me, “How much food can I eat on 21 Day Fix?”.
Let’s start with a little bit about diets.
The bottom line—they are NOT the solution. Why? Because, they do not bring about real change and they are not sustainable over the long term. Anything centered on deprivation isn’t sustainable. But, you already know this, right? I know that you know that diets are just a temporary fix.
Like most of us, you’ve probably tried a bunch of different diets in your lifetime.
You’ve starved yourself. You’ve dropped some pounds—and, then, gone right back to your former poor eating habits and heavier weight. Maybe you even added a few more pounds.
Sound familiar? Sound depressing? (It actually IS depressing…just ask a medical doctor.)
If you want real change, you should not go on a diet—you should change your diet.
The 21 Day Fix is not a diet. It is not centered on deprivation, because it’s not meant to be temporary.
The 21 Day Fix is a long-term lifestyle change.
Using a portion-controlled food system, the Fix aims to give your body what it needs in the amounts it needs to get you back on a healthy track and weight over the course of 21 days.
So, now, I’ll answer your question, “How much food can I eat on the 21 Day Fix?” in this video. I’ll show you exactly how much food you can eat on the Fix. It’s based on the containers that come with the program, which provide you with a REALLY simple way to measure your food portions.
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