I’ve been a regular creeper of the articles and forums on tnation for a couple years now, and have been impressed by the results of people with this diet for quite some time (when they stick to it
I started the V-diet this week and had not initially planned to post a log, however last night (day 3) I was absolutely craving solid food all evening…I did not succumb to the urge, it actually made my desire for the first HSM so much more intense.
In any case, I decided that posting up here might give me an added sense of accountability, as mentioned in the plan to begin with (Chris, your so smart) and also sharing in others experiences with the diet will hopefully make the experience more enjoyable rather than simply a challenge to be completed.
Which brings me to why I decided to take on this diet. I don’t want this to simply be a challenge but rather a jump-start to long term nutritional awareness (something I most definitely lack at the moment). So, the brief background is that I have never learned to eat ‘healthy’ I wouldn’t say I eat terribly, but I have a weakness (or propensity?) for a few items which will remain nameless for fear of cravings…In any case I carry a little in the middle and would love to take a stab at cutting that off.
I’m an honest man, my goals from these 6 weeks are hopefully immediate and apparent results: to look better with clothes off. But equally important is to learn learn proper nutritional awareness and restraint in time for the holidays, which hopefully I can follow heading into the new year.
So it’s day 4 and looking good so far, except for the insatiable hunger for dinner with my gf saturday