Grilled Miso Pork Tenderloin; new report says diets don’t work — 7 Comments

  1. The never go without chocolate diet is my personal favourite and the one I adhere to strictly.

  2. I’ve always thought I’d weight what I should if the universe quit telling me when it was time to eat and instead, listened to my inner rhythm of when my body needed fuel. I managed to lose 25 pounds that way at the severe consternation of my family who kept hounding me to eat ‘because it’s dinner time!’ even though my body wasn’t interested in eating then. Adhering to the clock only brought a lot of that weight back unfortunately. 🙁

  3. Katie – in terms of the diet thing…my thoughts exactly! I have never heard of mushroom soy sauce, but it sounds delicious. The only way we serve pork is on the pink side – always a winner!

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  5. Tanna, chocolate is sacred….

    Kate, it’s the only one worth adhering to.

    nightsmusic, body clock is more important than time clocks…. I eat on a very strange schedule myself – but we always have dinner together.

    Ina, mushroom soy sauce is very dark and quite thick. I get it at the Asian market. Pink is best.

  6. The only diet I believe in is the diet in which people pay attention to what they are ingesting – mostly avoiding highly processed foods that contain sugar (this does not include chocolate; of course it doesn’t 🙂 ).

    I’m not at all a fan of “goal weights” but I also think that a young person (in general, of course) should have a goal weight that is lower than an older person – ie: a young person is likely to have an ideal smaller size than the same person’s ideal size some years later.