This month has been particularly stressful and busy, so I've forgotten to eat quite often, which is both good and bad.
Good because I'm not always hungry. With other diets, I was constantly counting the minutes until I could eat again. It was really depressing. With GP--after the initial three weeks-- I rarely feel like I can't wait until my next meal.
Bad because I think it interferes with weight loss. Last month when I wasn't dropping weight, I realized I had been fasting probably 3 or more times a week. So I ate more, and the weight loss came back (with some added exercise, it started coming off faster).
I tend to just grab and eat while on the go, which really limits me to non-fatty foods (I wonder if this is the reason I've been craving sour cream every day?), but this week my goal will be Eat More Fat. Funny isn't? Any other dieter would feel awful pangs of guilt over even thinking about gorging on fat.
Not us though!