The Skinny Rules – Bob Harper

I’ve been eating healthily now for two weeks and have been watching inspirational videos on YouTube about weight loss. I came across The Biggest Loser, which I am a little embarrassed about but actually seem to enjoy.

I Googled Bob Harper because he’s sexy and probably has great tips about weight loss and exercising.

I found this –

The Skinny Rules:

RULE 1: Drink a Large Glass of Water before Every Meal – No Excuses!

RULE 2: Don’t Drink Your Calories

RULE 3: Eat Protein Every Meal – or Stay Hungry and Grouchy

RULE 4: Slash Your Intake of Refined Flours and Grains

RULE 5: Eat 30 to 50 Grams of Fiber a Day

RULE 6: Eat Apples and Berries Every Single Day – Every Single Day!

RULE 7: No Carbs after Lunch

RULE 8: Learn to Read Food Labels So You Know What You Are Eating

RULE 9: Stop Guessing About Portion Size and Get It Right – for Good!

RULE 10: No More Added Sweeteners, Including Artificial Ones

RULES 11: Get Rid of Those White Potatoes

RULE 12: Make One Day a Week Meatless

RULE 13: Get Rid of Fast Foods and Fried Foods

RULE 14: Eat a Real Breakfast

RULE 15: Make Your Own Food and Eat at Least Ten Meals a Week at Home

RULE 16: Banish High-Salt Foods

RULE 17: Eat Your Vegetables – Just Do It!

RULE 18: Go to Bed Hungry

RULE 19: Sleep Right

RULE 20: Plan One Splurge Meal a Week


6 thoughts on “The Skinny Rules – Bob Harper

  1. Great list to follow…. especially the last one.
    I’ve heard that we need to let the body know (occasionally) that we are not going to ‘starve’ it. In this way it won’t go into ‘storage’ mode….
    Thank goodness for that; I love the occasional treat..! 😉

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