What Are Sonoma Diet Pitfalls?

Cravings and other diet pitfalls aren't vague annoyances that might go away. They are specific reactions to specific situations. So they can be isolated, confronted and understood. That's what you need to do to get them to go away.

Remember that lapses are real part of the diet. They're natural byproducts of any eating regimen change. And they've been taken into consideration from the earliest planning stages.

In other words, The Sonoma Dietwas designed with the full understanding that anyone who follows it is going to deviate from the guidelines on occasion. It's expected. So when you give into a craving, or eat too much of the wrong thing, we've got you covered.

Of course, you'll lose weight faster if you lapse less frequently. You'll certainly enjoy the diet more if you're not constantly struggling against cravings and temptations. That's why you're encouraged to deal with these problems as methodically as you do with the eating part of the diet.

Here's what we mean by that: To get down to your target weight, you knew it wouldn't be enough to simply decide to eat a little less, or try to cut down on "fattening" foods. Instead, you chose to follow The Sonoma Dietmeal plans and eat according to the diet guidelines. It's the same with your cravings. It's not enough to resolve to "be strong" or to wait for them to eventually disappear. You need a plan. The plan that works is getting the problems out in the open so you can understand where they're coming from and then deal with them.

This is where your food journal comes in. By keeping a record of your eating habits, you can identify exactly what led to your lapse in the first place.


 
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