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mrgn555

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Posted: 23 Jul 2012, 14:48
Dr. Oz suggests that viewers who are trying to lose weight have a weekly day to eat anything they want called "Fat-urday" diet plan.

By scheduling the day of indulgence, Dr. Oz feels that it removes the emotional cues behind eating. You are not allowed to eat junk food when sad or stressed. You must hold off until your “Fat-urday”. This way, food stops being your enemy and becomes your friend.

I saw this today and I think it is a good idea. My Fat-urday is going to be Friday since I always have trouble on that day and seem to go over on the calories. This isn't a day to lose control,but a day of indulgence. Hope it works and helps keep off the extra calories on the other days of the week.
coconutbuNZ

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Posted: 23 Jul 2012, 14:51
Agree! Thing is faturday was supposed to be Friday but I indulged yesterday instead so rest of week have to stick to healthy food.
mrgn555

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Posted: 23 Jul 2012, 14:57
Yeah, and if we break the rest of the week by not waiting til Fat-urday then we shouldn't get one or just make that day our Fat-urday like u did yesterday. As long as it is only one day. How long have u had ur Fat-urday??
sillybones10

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Posted: 23 Jul 2012, 15:36
I think I do that all weekend not just one day. I let myself just eat what I crave within reason then on monday start eating healthy again. Its been working for me.
mrgn555

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Posted: 23 Jul 2012, 15:38
Well that makes sense too cause the weekend is the hardest time to stick to a diet.



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