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It’s time for an update on my progress following the diet outlined in the book Always Eat After 7 PM: The Revolutionary Rule-Breaking Diet That Lets You Enjoy Huge Dinners, Desserts, and Indulgent Snacks—While Burning Fat Overnight by Joel Marion. Be sure and check out my previous posts:

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My main goal was to drop the 6 pounds I gained during the COVID-19 quarantine when I ate ALL THE THINGS. As of today, I’m down 3 pounds which is amazing for me as I typically lose weight verrrrry slowly. Like, if I had lost 1 pound at this point, I’d be “yay, a total success!”

I think a large part of my success at weight loss has been two things. First, the Intermittent Fasting, which I’m doing by skipping breakfast and not eating until lunchtime when I have a reasonable lunch. As Joel Marion says in the book about one study regarding people who ate breakfast,

“Those who ate breakfast ended up eating about 260 calories more a day, the review found. Those who skipped breakfast were about one pound lighter than those who ate breakfast. These findings led the researchers to conclude that eating breakfast isn’t necessarily a good strategy for losing weight. The science isn’t really there. Breakfast could very well be the least important meal of the day.”

We’ve been traditionally taught to avoid carbs, have an early dinner, and never eat before bed. But the fact is, the latest scientific research shows us this earlier model is not the most ideal. It turns out having a snack at night is making it super-easy to not eat until lunchtime.

Also, I really like having a meal plan to follow. I feel like diet books of yesteryear used to have prescriptive meal plans but somehow we got away from that to just lists of foods to include and foods to avoid. I’m a lazy girl and I like having a list to follow as I get to know a program.

It helps too that I like the food in the meal plans. I mean, just look at these choices.

"Always Eat After 7 PM" by Joel Marion Diet Update 1
Cheesy Ground Beef Skillet
"Always Eat After 7 PM" by Joel Marion Diet Update 2
Chili Loaded Baked Potato

The Always Eat After 7 PM plan consists of: The 14-day Acceleration Phase to kick-start the program and see rapid results, The Main Phase where you’ll learn exactly which foods to eat when in order to achieve your weight-loss goals, The Lifestyle Phase to keep the weight off for good. I have one more week left in the Main Phase – I’ll be back next week for my final update.

"Always Eat After 7 PM" by Joel Marion Diet Update 3

Always Eat After 7 PM: The Revolutionary Rule-Breaking Diet That Lets You Enjoy Huge Dinners, Desserts, and Indulgent Snacks—While Burning Fat Overnight by Joel Marion is now available to purchase. If you’d like to join me on my journey,  you can learn more about the book and how to purchase here.

 This post is sponsored by “Always Eat After 7 PM.” The opinions expressed in the post are, as always, my own.

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