Because I don’t eat any wheat or other grains that are well known for being addicting and for making us hungry, going without dinner once in a while isn’t a problem for me. Others who don’t follow a very low-carb diet may noticed that their mileage may vary.
On July 4, when my weight was five pounds above my goal, I first put this new way to a test by skipping dinner that night. The next morning my weight was down by more than one pound. Since then, I have skipped dinner five more times, when my weight was up from the previous day and it was more than my goal weight.
The result? I am travelling now without my scales, but the last time I checked I was two pounds below my goal weight. And I just returned from another trip -- and that trip was on a small cruise ship.
Maintaining my weight, which used to be the most difficult thing I ever did, has become easy with this new way. It might be easy for you too when you try it.