Un plan de repas de 1200 calories en 7 jours pour perdre du poids





Un plan de repas de 1200 calories en 7 jours pour perdre du poids

A friend comes to your house to celebrate her recent success with you or to share her current misery. A bottle of wine and two glasses are produced quickly. You are her friend, but you follow the Dukan diet, so what do you do? There is a birthday at the office, someone has bought a cake. It is cut into pieces and everyone gets a piece, including you. But you can't eat cake with the Dukan diet! You can't be rude either, so what do you do? Your child has a party, it's his birthday and all his friends come to celebrate the big day. The party is a success, but now you have to clean it up. Cookies and chips are tempting, you try only one, then another and more. You are following the Dukan diet, what should you do now?

You can probably come up with hundreds of examples in which you find yourself slipping off your diet. Do you have to give up hope? Are all diets ultimately destined to fail because such situations continue to happen? Of course not.

Occasionally slipping when you are on a diet is completely normal and everyone does it. I am willing to bet that almost everyone who has successfully lost weight on the Dukan diet has experienced situations similar to those described above and slipped. It happens to all of us. However, with the Dukan diet it happens much less often. Due to the lack of hunger and craving for food, you will be tempted to slip much less often than with other inferior diets. But circumstances beyond your control may mean that it is right to eat or drink something that is forbidden in the diet. With a good conscience, who can refuse to share a drink with a friend in need simply because they are on a diet?

If you slip, you don't have to worry anymore. Getting stressed because you eat something that you shouldn't do won't do you any pleasure at all. All you have to do is make sure that you slip more and give up the diet completely. The second thing to do is to get back on the horse immediately. Return to the diet and forget that the slip has ever happened. Remember that you are supposed to pick up new eating habits and form a good relationship with food. Freak out because you drank a glass of wine or ate a piece of birthday cake is not a healthy attitude. Keep in mind that if you slip, the worst thing that will happen is that you may have to add an extra day or two to your diet. Given the total time spent on the diet, a few days is hardly worth worrying about