One of the toughest things to do on a diet is enjoy a family holiday. Everyone is eating foods we really should not eat while trying to lose weight. Then when you try to be "good" you have people commenting about your food choices: We've all heard it, "Oh, are you trying to lose weight?", "Oh, one piece won't hurt you". Then comes the advice we don't want to hear: "Did you know my firend lost 50lbs by just eating grapefruit all day"
It makes for one uncomfortable day. Then if we eventually do give in to the constant offers of junk food, we get a good dose of guilt afterwards from our conscience..
I have a theory on why others try and make us eat junk while they know we are on a diet and trying to lose weight. Misery loves company. It's not that they don't care about us, but if we eat what they are, they will feel better about themselves eating it.
Now with the Spike Diet you can avoid those uncomfortable eating moments by eating whatever the heck you want. Sunday is the 4th of July and I will be Spiking that day. There is nothing forbidden for me, so if it looks good I will be eating it. If you are a Spiker, enjoy the 4th and when someones makes a comment about how pieces of cake you're eating, just tell them you are on a diet.Don't let anyone pressure you into doing something you don't want to do.