Weight loss and Health.
The Real Meal Revolution (RMR) or Banting is the framework for turning the Banting Diet into a lifestyle, because for any diet to really work, it needs to be fully incorporated into your lifestyle.
The notion of 'going on a diet' means that throughout your life you are either on a diet, or ‘off a diet’. If this is the case, it means that for the rest of time, you are either 'being good' or 'being bad' in the context of eating.
Before we get into any nitty gritty, please take note - There is no morality in eating. There is only healthy eating and unhealthy eating, and even then, when you eat something unhealthy, it does not make you instantly unhealthy, and when you eat something healthy, it does not make you instantly healthy.
It takes a long time to get unbearably unhealthy, and reversing that takes time. The journey to either end of the scale is guided by the more dominant behaviour you adapt over an extended period of time. So one meal won’t kill you. But a majority of meals and drinks could either kill you or save your life.
It is believed that the best way to create a lasting transformation is to only step out of your comfort zone by 4% per month, but only after having a 100% mental and emotional transformation.
If you’re reading this, it is probably because you feel you are unhealthy, and you want to know how to get healthy, fast, and without too much discomfort.
As a coach for the RMR programme it is my intention to get you through various stages of healthy eating to equip you with tools to manage your weight on your own. I don’t believe in putting you on a diet, so that you can succeed, then come off your diet, and sign up again.
I and the programme will teach you how to eat by putting you through three different eating regimes, and before that, you are put through a week of ‘Observation’, or goal setting and planning.
The four phases are very 'diety'. It cannot be ignored. But going through them step by step allows you to experience three separate eating paradigms, which act as 'on-the-job-training' for you to learn what impact different changes in your diet can have on your body. Consider it on-the-job training. It might seem like quite a lot to deal with.
The RMR programme has helped more than 400,000 people lose weight, and after analysing its members’ success, expert advice and the latest research into weight loss, anti-inflammatory dietary interventions, behavioural change management, adult education, habit formation and personal transformation its painstakingly massaged its entire universe of eating into 5 food lists that work in conjunction with four eating styles.