Saturday, 16 June 2012

This post could change your life!

The reason that the K-Loss approach works is that fat loss, dress size and weight are NEVER goals or targets.
On K-Loss, your goal is to lead a fit and healthy life.  For life.

By removing and end game, you totally remove the potential for yo-yo dieting.  If your goal is to lead a fit and healthy life, for life, you will lose fat along the way.  You will (if your body needs to) drop dress sizes.

The K-Loss philosophy is that leading a fit and healthy life shouldn't be so difficult or complicated that it is impossible to sustain.  The K-Loss way is simple; it really is.

There's no point or calorie counting, there's no weighing of food, there's no going hungry or dieting.  You are making changes that simply lead you to a fit and healthy life.  For life!

The most important thing you can do to begin leading a fit and healthy life and to therefore lose the excess pounds is by cutting flour and sugar from your diet.


By not consuming anything with wheat in it, you are simultaneously cutting all the bad fat from your diet - no deadly trans fats or hydrogenated fats.  All the fat that is left is absolutely fine!  It will not make you fat!

I know this is hard to get your head around because we have been brainwashed by the food industry for so long to believe that the reason we put on weight is due to fat but IT SIMPLY ISN'T TRUE!

Natural fat, even saturated, animal fat is good for you.  It's natural.  it hasn't been messed with!  I'm not suggesting you eat a mountain of pork rind for dinner but chopping it off your chop is not going to help you to lose weight.  Quite the opposite, in fact - by eating the fat, you are going to feel full.  This is going to stop you eating more later.

Seriously, this is REALLY important!  Do not ever choose a low-fat option because you think oh, I might as well.  It is genuinely counter-productive!

Think how many low-fat diets you or people you know have been on.  Have they worked?  Have they been sustainable?  

The fact is that a low fat diet is going to make you consume more calories than a low sugar diet.

The second thing you can do is to avoid anything that says LOW FAT.
They are full of sugar!  They are NOT calorie free.  The fact that they are low in fat means that they are less satisfying, so they are then pumped full of sugar.  Sugar, as I have told you before, is in and out of your system in a flash - LEAVING YOU FEELING HUNGRY AGAIN!

Along with sugar, wheat is your other enemy.  It is so ingrained in our lives that it seems an impossible task to cut it completely.  It means no more bread, it means no more pasta, it means no more traditionally made cakes, no pies and pasties, no doughnuts, no biscuits.

The reason you are shaking your head and saying, right now, that you could never do this is because you are addicted to the sugar rush you get from eating these products.  Not only does your blood sugar spike from the added sugar these products contain but you get double bubble from the wheat, which turns to glucose (sugar) as soon as it is mixed with the saliva in your mouth!

You need to realise you are addicted to these products; these products that make some businessman somewhere very rich!  That businessman has ABSOLUTELY NO INTEREST in your health or well-being.  They simply want to keep you addicted so you keep on paying them!

Think about this.  Don't just dismiss it.

So, I reiterate, if you really want to change your life

1     Dont eat anything with added sugar.  If you want cake, try my sugar-free, flour-free recipes!
2     Don't eat anything with wheat.
3     Don't eat anything that says LOW FAT.

I absolutely, one-hundred percent guarantee, that if you do these three things, you will be the size you want to be.  Guaranteed!

If you do these three things, you WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE FOREVER!


  1. Eeek I love this post!! I have just started a diet with my boyfriend. We are both within a healthy weight range for our height but want to lose FAT and look leaner. I am on day 4 of no bread, pasta, rice, soft drinks (diet or full fat) or dairy... this is quite tough for me as I love bread and cheese so much!! But I haven't had a bite of it since Tuesday. I don't really eat carbs such as those listed above or even potatoes (except sweet potatoes). I get all my carbs from fruit... do you also cut out fruit because of the sugar? Or do you just cut out processed sugar? I'm excited to see how my body will change :) on another note do you think it's ok to occasionally have a cheat day? xxxx

    1. I'm sure you mean you have just started a change of nutrition for life, rather than a diet! = )
      I do eat quite a lot of fruit but I get most of my carbs from vegetables. I chop up a massive box of veggies every morning and snack on it throughout the day. Have a look at my food diary post for more details. I have totally cut added sugar of any kind and all wheat products. I don't plan for a cheat day myself but I also don't beat myself up if I do eat non ideal foods. However, some people need to have a cheat day to feel sane and also some research suggests it can boost your metabolism but personally I think it just makes it harder to stay of the starchy carbs again. Wheat is very addictive, I think. Best to go cold turkey. But, and it is a big but, to make it sustainable, so you don't slip back, you have to make it work for you. So do what you have to do so that you are 90% ideal nutrition.

  2. Thanks so much for the advice, yes I do mean a lifestyle as opposed to a diet ;) I have not found the sugar or wheat too difficult to give up. I also eat a lot of veggies and am lucky that I enjoy them however sometimes my friends go out for a pizza night and I just want to join them! I think as you said if I am 90% ideal nutrition then that is great, and just have to be careful that if I do "cheat" not to slip back into old habits! So far I have gone cold turkey but I have a couple of things coming up over the next month where I may have a cheat day here and there for special occasions such as birthdays etc. Thanks so much for your advice!