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Chemicals, preservatives, toxins, artificial sweeteners and food coloring, even pesticide residues are consumed every day by the average person. The more processed food consumed, the more fast food consumed, the higher the level of these irritants. Unfortunately, the human body becomes overloaded and can’t remove these substances effectively and they start to build up. When that happens it’s difficult to lose weight because the metabolism slows down.
So, what can you do? Eat clean and lose weight!
Of course you wash fresh produce and your hands before you eat, but that’s not exactly what’s meant by eating clean. It’s a term meaning that unprocessed foods, organic foods and natural foods make up the majority of the diet.
Calorie counting isn’t part of the clean eating way of life. Either is white flour, sugar, or rice, all of which is highly processed and pretty much nutrition free. Try to focus on organic produce that’s pesticide free. If possible use free range chicken, and hormone free organic beef, and diary products. Don’t worry there’s a vast variety of foods you can eat. So what do you do if you work and aren’t home for lunch? You take your food with you in a small portable cooler and don’t have to worry about what you’ll eat for meals because it’s all pre planned.
Pack a cooler with apples, bananas, berries, nonfat yogurt, baked chicken breast, and whole grain wraps. Add a container of shredded veggies in a tablespoon of olive oil and a half a lemon and you have the makings of a tasty chicken wrap with a mixed fruit compote.
Another alternative would be to substitute nonfat cottage cheese for the chicken and add a tablespoon of grated parmesan cheese to the veggies and you’ve got the basis for a quick and easy Italian salad.
Make sure you have bottled water with you all the time. Lots of water means you’re flushing toxins out of your body. You can freeze the bottles to keep colder longer. Just make sure you don’t fill the bottle completely full before you freeze it so it doesn’t burst.
Pack enough in your cooler for the meal you’ll be away from home for and a couple of extra snacks in case you’re delayed. If you work in an office stock a drawer with nonperishable clean eating snacks like dried fruit and nuts.
Compose your meals and snacks with protein, whole grain high fiber carbohydrates, and lots of produce. You’ll be eating clean and losing weight in no time.
How Important Is Colon Cleansing?
By Carl Classic
A quote from British Medical Association:
"DISEASE AND DEATH BEGINS IN YOUR COLON"
What Makes Up Your Digestive System and What are the Duties?
Organs that make up the digestive system are the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine (colon), rectum, and anus. Organs that help with digestion but are not part of the digestive tract are the mouth, teeth, tongue, glands in the mouth that make saliva, pancreas, liver, and gallbladder.
The digestive system is A complex system of organs that breaks down food into chemical components that the body can absorb and use for energy, growth and for building and repairing cells and tissues.
Another way of describing the roll of digestive system is to say; Food is made up of large, complex molecules, which the digestive system breaks down into smaller, simple molecules that can be absorbed into the bloodstream. The simple molecules travel through the bloodstream to all of the body's cells, which use them for growth, repair and energy.
While doing this important duty this complex system is also responsible for expulsion of waste products that the body cannot use and must leave the body through bowel movements.
The entire tract of your digestive system is about 44 feet long. Your colon is located in the abdomen and it is a very important part of the digestive system.
Symptoms of digestive problems are indigestion, stomachaches, gas, bloating, heartburn and gastric spasm.
How Important Is Your Digestive System?
For better understanding the importance of your digestive system let us compare it with your car that you are using day in and day out.
Your digestive system is as important to you as an engine is to a car. A car with no engine is a dead car. The only way to operate a car is to provide a proper functional engine to it. The engine takes gas and converts it to energy and passes this energy to every other part of the car to make the other parts operational. Therefore, all the other parts of the car will operate efficiently if the engine works properly.
If for any reason the engine does not work properly the other parts of your car will have difficulty to work in an orderly manner. Your digestive system has the same responsibility that an engine has to a car. The major difference between the car engine and digestive system is that the digestive system and in fact every other organ in your body has an auto repair system in it. What this means is that every organ of your body has the ability to automatically cleanse itself (that is the first and most important part of the process) and then repair itself. This auto cleansing and repair mechanism will only work if you provide your body the proper nutrients and food which nature has designed for our systems. It is important to note that in this auto repair process cleansing is the first and very important part of it.
How Important is Your Colon
As previously mentioned your colon is a very important and vital organ of your digestive system. Its role in your body is very important and makes its function and purpose crucial. While it is responsible for assimilating the nutrients that is still available in the materials passing through it is also responsible for handling all of the body's solid waste.
It is said that if the colon is sick, the body is sick. If the colon is healthy, the body is healthy. Another name for the colon is "the garbage can or dumping grounds." Waste from all over the body ends up here. If this waste is not removed, it is only a matter of time before "backup" occurs and makes you ill, sick, or bring you close to death. In fact it is very true to say what the British Medical Association has said "Disease and Death Begins in Your Colon."
How Your Digestive System Works
Your digestive system is like a small producing unit, which works on a regular daily basis. As explained in previous chapter this is the unit that produces energy (fuel) for your body.
Your stomach will digest the food and turn it to usable energy. While the digested material passes through your intestinal tract and colon the energy for life is absorbed by the walls of this lengthy passage and is passed to your blood which is then circulated through your whole body.
The key to efficient working of your digestive system and consequently your whole body is summarized in the following sentence:
Regular daily cleansing of your digestive system.
This will result in proper production of the right and sufficient nutrients (fuel or energy) and efficient assimilation of that energy by your digestive tract and proper circulation and distribution of it to your entire body and preventing autointoxication.
The crucial health point or the root of most health problems starts here:
The digested food that passes through your digestive system for absorption of energy it includes a number of other substances such as the waste material from the food itself and the dead cells of your body that are transferred to your digestive system for expulsion.
In fact waste from all over the body ends up here.
Not only that there could be toxic material in waste matter coming from the food but also the dead boy cells are usually diseased cells and if stayed in the system longer than normal circle it will be poisonous.
How Nature Is Taking Care Of Regular Daily Cleansing
The daily proper cleansing and assimilation of nutrients can be done naturally and efficiently if we follow the diet that NATURE has designed for our system. And, that is a HIGH FIBER-LOW FAT DIET. High Fiber facilitates the smooth movement of nutrients and waste material through your digestive system. The high fiber like a truck unloads nutrients to your blood stream and it picks up waste and toxic material from the system for expulsion. This expulsion of toxic waste (or detoxifying your system) is a very important part of our auto-cleansing and auto-repair processes. The lack of such cleansing will leave the toxic material in your system that will be the basis for Autointoxication, which means a gradual and constant intestinal poisoning of your body.
How The Autointoxication Takes Shape
When your food is not rich in fiber your digestive tract is prone to collect very tiny layers of deposit from the waste that passes through the system. In passage of years or even decades these tiny layers of deposits go one over the other and will result in a tick coat of and cover the walls of the whole digestive system including the colon and the small intestines. The simple example is a teapot. If you are a tea drinker and brew tea in a teapot, after a while a colored coating will cover the inside of the teapot. If you don't scrap this coating regularly these layers will be one over the other and after a while it becomes a tick coating covering the inside of the tea pot.
What the fiber in our food does is literally scrap these deposited coating on a regular daily basis and clean the inside of the digestive system.
What Is The Effect of Our Conventional Diet
It is unfortunate but true. During the 20th century the trend has been just the opposite of the natural diet that has been designed for our system. There has been a constant increase in fats, refined foods and chemicals and a decrease in high fiber items. This has resulted in lack of regular daily cleansing of our digestive tract, following by gradual Autointoxication and the final outcome is constant rise in the prevalence and variety of diseases.
If that is not enough consider this. A host of scientists and researchers in chemical and pharmaceutical industries are working day and night to replace our natural food items with items produced with chemicals. This is done merely for economical reasons and they are not interested in the negative effect of such unnatural change. On the other end of this equation you have medical researchers and scientists discovering new diseases and work around the clock to find the root of these new diseases and find NEW NAMES for these diseases.
Now Consider These Three Famous Quotes
1 - Dr. Harvey W. Kellogg, M.D. of the Kellogg Sanitarium of Battle Creek, Michigan says: "Of the twenty-two thousand operations I have personally performed, I have never found a single normal colon, and of the one hundred thousand performed under my jurisdiction not over 6% were normal."
This is what I can conclude from this professional quote: This high percentage of deformed and unhealthy colon in the population of America is the direct result of insufficient fiber in our conventional diet.
2 - A Quote from National Academy of Sciences (see LA Time of June 17, 1982):
"There is convincing evidence suggesting a strong link between the goods we eat and most common cancers."
The Academy also stated that these cancers were potentially preventable by simply changing our diets to include:
the right kinds of food.
But What Is The Right Kind Of Food?
The Academy recommends eating more fruits, vegetables and whole grain cereals (more High Fiber food) and to cut the intake of offending substances such as fatty meats, whole milk and dairy products to only 30% of our total calorie intake (less fatty and refined foods).
And, Then The Academy Declares That:
This small change in our diet can reduce our susceptibility to common cancers.
Both these quotes highlight, the importance of high fiber food on a regular daily basis for your digestive system.
3 - Another famous quote from Dr. Hans Seyle (see Lets Live Magazine, August 85):
"What makes me so certain that the human life span is far in excess of the actual one is this: among all my autopsies (and I have performed quite a few) I have never seen a man who died of old age. In fact, I do not think that anyone has died of old age yet. We invariably die because one vital part has worn out too early in proportion to the rest of the body."
This quote shows the end result of our conventional diet and the present grim health situation that imposes on our lives.
Usually the colon is the first and most common part of the body that deforms and deteriorates subjecting other parts of the body to nutritional deficiency, deterioration, ill-health and finally brings death before we die of old age. For this reason we are placed so much emphasis on the importance of COLON CLEANSING.
This statement does not include special cases. Such as people working in a nuclear plant contracting cancer because of radiation or people working in a chemical plant and contracting lung disease because of the chemical fumes or cigarette smokers.
New Generation of Nutritional Researchers and Their Hypothesis
The new generation of nutritional researchers go further than what the National Academy of Sciences has announced and believe that there is a strong link between what we eat and NOT ONLY CANCER but every kind of disease. There is a strong belief that the difference between a good health and ill health is the difference of NATURAL FOODS WITH HIGH FIBER CONTENTS versus our conventional food high in fat and low in fiber. The new generations of nutritional researchers rightly believe that the root of almost all diseases comes from an unclean, congested and putrefied digestive tract. We say 'rightly', because not only all the lab research in nutrition confirms this hypothesis but also all the research conducted on Super Healthy communities in real life prove and reconfirm the same hypothesis.
The Living Proof of This Belief
There are three Super-Healthy communities who are on Natural Food and High Fiber Diet. These Super-Healthy communities are Hunza (in northern Pakistan), Vilcabamba (in South America) and Abkhazia (in the Ex. Soviet Union). All these three communities because of being on a HIGH FIBER, EXTREMELY LOW FAT diet maintains a clean digestive tract. This is because of their remote geographical area and primitive lifestyle they take no refined food or chemicals and extremely little fat or animal flesh. Even their sugar and alcoholic beverages (if any) are unrefined.
The people in these communities don't know what disease is major or minor. They even don't know what aches and pain are. They live vigorously to very advanced ages in perfect health maintaining their complete physical, mental and sexual properties. For more information on people of Hunza you can order our FREE BOOK titled "Secret To Hunza Superior Health"
If you are skeptic and don't believe in Super Healthy Communities go to any library and search for Hunza people, Vilcabamba or Abkhazia and you should find a host of articles and books. You can also read a very interesting article titled "Every Day Is a Gift When You Are Over 100" by Alexander Leaf, M.D. who visited all three Super Healthy Communities. This 28 page article with very interesting photos was published in National Geographic January 1973 issue. Or, you can read a small Brochure titled "The Miracle of Hunza" by George Vandeman of Seven-day Adventists of Thousand Oaks, California. This brochure was published by "It Is Written" TV program. This small brochure is the story of George Vandeman's visit to Hunza land and his observations of this paradise of Himalayas.
Health Related Misconceptions In Our Society
We, the general public, wrongly believe that the serious health problems in our society are the degenerative diseases such as coronary problems (heart attack, stroke), cancer or AIDS. That is a misconception. The most serious health problem presently is the health of the colon, which is the root of almost all illnesses including degenerative diseases.
The other misconception is that when we talk about congested or constipated colon, general public tends to believe that if they have daily regular bowel movement then they are not congested or constipated. This is not true and is another misconception.
Constipation that is referred in this literature has two important negative aspects that is unknown to general public.
First, normally it should take one or two days for the food to pass through your digestive system. When the system is congested, it takes three or four days for the food to complete the cycle. If the passing food which contains waste material from the food and dead body cells that are brought into the system for expulsion, is left in the colon for more than normal time, it is putrefied and is changed into a toxic waste. This toxic waste will constantly and slowly poison the body.
Therefore, you might have regular bowel movement, but because of extended time for passage of waste you are considered to be constipated.
Second, when constipation is discussed, general public tends to think about loose fecal matters that can be flushed out with a couple of laxatives. Again this is not the topic of discussion of this literature. No laxative can clean the deposits of the walls of your digestive tract or settlements in the pockets of the colon.
As explained at the beginning of this article these colon settlements are layer after layer of deposits firmly attached to the walls of your digestive tract and the only way that this can be cleaned out is to scrap with fiber for a long time. This is especially true in corners, where the colon has its bends. These settlements are created over many decades and in some cases could be over 50 or 60 years. Layer after layer of toxic waste-matter, like sticky, slippery material is created. These deposits are like plaster on a wall, which is very tightly secured to the walls of intestines, in pockets and bends of the colon.
These deposits have a number of negative effects.
First, these deposit attachments prohibit the peristaltic waves of the muscles of the colon, which are very important for a natural and complete bowel movement.
Secondly, by covering the whole walls, do not allow the colon freely to assimilate the required nutrients from the materials passing through the colon. Thirdly, the other but most important negative effect is autointoxication. What that means is because of the deposits becoming putrefied and toxic it will cause your body to be under constant poison attack by these unwanted material in your digestive tract.
When those famous quotes are put together with the latest nutritional researches and the living proof of 400 to a thousand year old communities this is what we could conclude.
Due to the wrong food, lack of fiber and high content of fat, processed food and a host of chemicals the waste and toxic material will accumulate in our digestive tract. This will result in deterioration and deformation of the colon. Once the colon is deformed a chain of events will follow. As explained in detail above these events include deposits on the inside walls and pockets of digestive tract, autointoxication and malnutrition. To summarize the digestive system will not function properly.
Once the required fuel or energy (nutrition) does not reach to your whole body in sufficient quantities, your body parts one after the other will deteriorate. Obviously the deterioration will vary from person to person. Even in each person the deterioration will vary from organ to organ, some more and some less. As this chain of events progress to very advanced stages it will bring a variety of diseases and as a result of all this millions of people die not because of old age but because of deterioration of one vital part of the body. Or as Dr. Hans Seyle says: "We invariably die because one vital part has worn out too early in proportion to the rest of the body."
Final Analysis and our recommendation
Constipation and congestion is so common in our society that it has been accepted as a normal part of our Western health standards. This is the reason for the numerous advertising for a host of laxatives, regulating and digestive over the counter drugs.
When the cycle of congestion starts, you come up with indigestion, stomachaches, gas, bloating, heartburn, gastric spasm, headaches, cold, flu, infections, allergies, insomnia, fatigue, stress, bad mood, lack of energy and many other signals indicating to you that "all is not well inside". If you don't take the hint and clean out your colon, you will have acute symptoms of disease with aches and pain. It is important to note that it is immaterial what your health status is, whether at the warning stage or with acute symptoms of disease. Once you start cleansing your colon by a high fiber supplementation and regular daily high fiber and nutritionally high quality food, your health will take a quick turn toward improving the cycle.
If you use our product remember these important points:
For a speedy results while you take our Colon Cleanser you should also stay on a High Fiber Low Fat diet AND EAT CLEAN...in order to accelerate the cleaning process. It would not be wise that while you are in a colon cleaning process to put more offending material into your system.
Regardless of your present health situation whether at the warning stage or with acute symptoms of disease. Once you start cleansing your colon by a high fiber supplementation and regular daily high fiber and nutritionally high quality food, your health will take a quick turn toward improving the cycle.
When to start? The sooner the better. Surely before the claps of any vital body part or onset of an acute illness.
Most everyone has been told in some form or another to "eat a healthy diet," and for good reason. The benefits of a nutritionally sound lifestyle are countless and include decreased risk for and treatment of infections and disease, improved emotional well-being, healthy weight management and lengthened longevity. To improve your overall physical and emotional well-being, consider a healthy dietary lifestyle.
Function People choose to partake in a health dietary lifestyle for a variety of reasons. Healthy diets are often geared toward weight management, prevention or management of illness, improved energy or sleep habits or toward maintaining current levels of health. Though healthy dietary steps and goals vary from person to person, the Department of Health and Human Services suggests that in general, a healthy diet should support health and help prevent the development of major chronic conditions. If you have a particular condition you hope to treat, prevent or help manage through dietary measures, seek guidance from a qualified professional for best results.
Features A healthy diet should contain an array of nutrient-dense foods, such as vegetables, fruits, whole grains, lean protein and modest amounts of healthy fat. Ideally, a healthy dietary regime will allow for flexibility and enjoyment of food so that an individual can follow the basic guidelines---whether dining at home, at the workplace or at a restaurant---without feeling bored, frustrated or deprived. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, a healthy, balanced dietary plan generally includes dairy products, meats and/or beans, poultry, fish, eggs, fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts, seeds and oils. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services also includes physical activity as a recommended feature of a healthy dietary lifestyle.
Benefits Benefits of a healthy diet include a strengthened immune system; improved body weight, energy and physical strength; improved emotional health and extended life expectancy. According to the American Heart Association, a healthy diet is essential to preventing cardiovascular disease, America's leading cause of death. According to BBC News, research conducted at the University London College in 2009 indicates that people with depression who consume a healthy diet based on unprocessed foods are less likely to suffer relapse than those who do not. To reap most benefits, consume a variety of fresh, healthy foods regularly.
Getting Started on The Clean Diet If you want to lose some weight then following a healthy eating plan is a good start, but allowing someone else to dictate exactly what, when and how much you can eat is crazy making. Guidance is good but ultimately you must learn to make better choices in your eating which leads to your gaining the ability to maintain your new shape after the weight has been lost. The Clean Diet is the answer.
What is the Clean Diet? The Clean Diet means different things to different people. My version is less strict than some because frankly I'm not a competitive body builder and I don't have a modeling contract. Unless you must maintain a specific body weight (as actors sometimes do for instance), you probably are of the same mind as I; that being, I want to lead a basically normal life. Eating out sometimes, enjoying parties sometimes, and generally not feeling like I have to "watch what I eat" or suffer the consequences. The way I eat is sometimes called the non-dieting approach because I don't diet, but I do pay attention. That's what the Clean Diet means: paying attention to what you're eating.
What Can I Eat on The Clean Diet? Vegetables: Enjoy unlimited raw, steam, baked. Go for it. I don't know anyone who got fat because they ate too many vegetables and that includes carrots, beans, corn and potatoes. Unless you are allergic, there is no reason to shun fresh vegetables. Yes they contain carbohydrates. Get over it. Wean yourself from sauces, and learn to like them without added butter or salt. Vegetables like carrots and beets for instance are very high in natural sugars (that's the point -- nature intended to give you sweet things whereby you'd WANT to eat them and would consequently get adequate Vitamin C among other things).
Fruit: Try to eat at least one or two pieces a day. More is fine. There is no reason to restrict yourself to one-quarter of a cantaloupe or 1 small apple. Who comes up with these rules anyway? An apple contains less than 100 calories. That's not exactly going to break the diet bank, is it? Eat all the fresh fruit you like, especially late at night if you're working on learning to give up your chips or cookies habit. Apples are great for snacking, as are grapes, bananas, kiwi or anything else you like. Try to eat mostly fresh fruit, and saved canned fruits for once in awhile.
Dried fruits such as raisins are a super concentrated food source and should be treated with respect. A few thrown on your morning cereal or in your trail mix is fine, but remember super concentrated food is also high calorie food. You don't need a lot to get the nutrients. Learn the difference between densely packed nutrients and loosely packed nutrients. Fresh fruit is loosely packed, high in water content, and dried fruit is dense with little or no water. Corn-on-the-cob is loose, corn syrup is dense (and processed too).
An ounce of raisins contains 85 calories and 201 mg of Potassium, while an ounce of fresh grapes is a mere 20 calories. You'd need four times the fresh grapes to equal the dried.
Clean foods are as close to their natural state as possible without being fanatical about it. There is a world of difference between a baked potato and a bowlful of potato chips. One is a good source of nutrients and one is a highly refined, richly saturated fat, greasy, salty, modified source of nothing but smears on your napkin. One is satisfying and one leaves you wanting more. Betcha can't eat just one was more than a catch phrase for Lay's Potato Chips. It's a truism.
Grains & Beans: Whole grains like whole wheat, rice, millet, barley, and others. Drop the habit to eat chips and crackers out of a box. Once in awhile is okay, but if you eat them regularly, then you need to make a modification. Cakes, crackers and the like are simply not good for everyday fare, if you want to reach a healthy bodyweight. Once in awhile, or special occasions is fine, just not every day. Not even every other day. Once a week is plenty, and if you can't commit to weaning yourself off those foods, then you need to adjust to living with a higher body weight. It's not a character flaw, but it is a fact you must face. What you eat, dictates how healthy you will be, both mind and body.
Whole grain means whole grain. Bread that lists whole wheat is not 100% whole grain. Watch out. Seeing Whole Wheat on the package means nothing. You want to see either 100% Whole Wheat or 100% Whole Grain. Brown bread is not always whole grain, but it may be brown because some molasses was added to color it brown. Whole grain breads are heavier, more dense, chewier. I think they are better. You might not share that belief, especially if you're used to the light and fluffy white bread. When I was a teenager I could easily eat 10 slices of white bread french toast and still not feel satisfied. How ridiculous is that? I could, on the other hand, eat about three pieces of whole grain bread french toast and that was enough.
Isn't Brown Bread Better for You? Many people think if it is brown it is healthier, but it is not true. If it is whole grain it is better than refined, but that isn't licence to eat lots of bread. A sandwich now and then is just fine, thank you. The best breads are heavy. Think of being a peasant sitting around a fire cooking a thick soup. What kind of bread would be best to sop it up? Some lame white bread that would disintegrate if liquid touched it, or a thick, hearty brown bread that could serve as a staple if need be? I'll take the second.
My favorite thing to eat is brown rice with stuff. "Stuff" means any vegetable concoction, or sauce, or just something to sort of mix in there. Use a little oil, preferably olive or sesame for flavor. My favorite quick vegetable is steamed sliced carrots and onions. Both onions and carrots are naturally sweet and ultra delicious all by themselves. Once you learn to simply eat foods the way nature presents them, you'll find your appetite stays more in line with better health.
I didn't intend to create a food rule book. My intention is to point out that you need not live on a skimpy portion of grains like 1/2 cup of oatmeal with 1/4 cup skimmed milk and a half a slice of dry toast for breakfast. Eat hearty. I'm an example of how hearty eating will enhance your health, and bring your weight into line, not the opposite. I'll have one or two cups of oatmeal with raisins and a sprinkle of brown sugar (it won't kill you) or if you've grown used to it, no sweetener at all. Use milk if you like, or soy milk.
Lean Meats, Chicken, Fish: Support your local butcher and farmer. When you buy your meat from a local butcher you can be assured you are getting the best available. Okay, it costs more than the grocery store brand. If you want the best, buy the best. Avoid farm bred fish at all costs. Simply ask your meat counter to stock fresh fish.
Desserts, Treats & Snacks: It's okay to eat these things, but practice moderation. If you can't do that, and think you'll eat the whole bag, then don't get them when you're alone. Share some with someone else. Buy the smaller size package. Do whatever it takes, but don't tell yourself you can never eat any certain food again, because that just makes it all the more difficult to handle it when the time comes.
The Clean Diet is More a Way of Life than a Strict Set of Eating Rules Most people will allow themselves one or more "cheat days" every week. The best plan is simply to choose eating clean as your primary eating style, and when you don't you don't but every meal stands alone. If you over ate at breakfast, you just eat your usual lunch. You don't try to "make up for it" by skimping on lunch. That's an equation that will never work. Just eat normally, and when you occasionally overeat, so be it. That way, rather than always thinking in terms of, "I'll start my diet again next Monday," you just get right back on your plan. While no foods are forbidden on a clean eating plan, common sense rules the day.
See if eating a Clean Diet might work for you. Start by adding more fresh fruit, and a few vegetables. Buy frozen vegetables and add them to your other foods, such as when you eat a frozen meal for instance. If you want chips with your sandwich, take a handful (and a half, if you want) and put it on your plate, rather than bringing the whole bag of chips to the table. Decide in advance how many cookies you'll have. Will four be enough, how about five? It's still better than half a bag. Take it one day at a time, one meal at a time, and you'll find things happening in no time.