Intermittent Fasting – Skipping Breakfast Can Help You Lose Weight

Then I came across this article about Eat Stop Eat and I was hooked. So, I bought the ebook and signed up for Brad’s informative newsletter that arrives in my inbox 3 times a week.

And, I’m experimenting with intermittent fasting by extending the periods of time I go without food. Because we eat dinner pretty late, a few times a week I skip breakfast, only having coffee and water and try to make lunch as late as I can.

After years of following Weight Watchers, counting and tracking, and other more traditional forms of calorie restriction, I like the idea of having a little more freedom around what I eat in exchange for limiting when I eat. It’s a trade-off I’m willing to make. And I’m excited about the health benefits of intermittent fasting beyond weight loss.

I continue to read/study Eat Stop Eat and devour Brad Pilon’s “The Advocate” newsletter articles.

Weight Watchers Simply Filling Technique Review & Explanation

If you want to lose weight and get healthy, I don’t think there’s a better approach around right now than Weight Watchers “Simply Filling plan. I was able to use what I learned from the Simply Filling approach as a launching pad to becoming what I consider a much more ‘normal eater.’

why I love weight watchers simply filling technique


Basically, Weight Watchers created a no-count technique for people who don’t like to calculate points and/or track. To follow it, eat from the list of Simply Filling Foods in your Pocket Guide, until you FEEL SATISFIED, NOT STUFFED. You don’t have to measure your food. You don’t have to count or track SmartPoints. You just have to stick with eating Simply Filling Foods.

Talk about simple. It doesn’t get much simpler than The Weight Watchers Simply Filling Technique.

You can follow ‘Simply Filling’ for a day, a few days, a week or all the time. Whatever works for you.


Weight Watchers Simply Filling Technique