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How to be Successful With the Hair Loss Diet: Issue #005
July 12, 2014
How to be Successful With the Hair Loss Diet
There’s been a buzz lately, because of our success stories. If you’ve seen Nat’s exciting new video, you can see how her hair has grown by leaps and bounds.
Now I’d like to talk about the people who have not been successful with the hair loss diet.
If you take 1,000 visitors who started the hair loss diet on January 1 on any given year, I can bet you that by January 30th, there’s an 80 percent drop-off. What do I mean by that? Well, let me explain.
For the people who decide they want to try the hair loss plan, only about 20 percent will finish. There are some reasons why, and I’m going to outline them for you so you can have a full understanding of what it takes to pursue the hair loss diet successfully.
The information will not apply to
all of you, but just pick and choose which concepts and ideas suit you best.
I Refuse to Cook: I Want it Quick and Easy:
Lazy bones! I’ve had youngsters come back at me through the contact form asking me this question: “So what am I supposed to eat?” They’re angry with me because they’re eating the same food over and over. I’m always taken off guard by this reaction. The only thing left for me to do is come to your house and cook for you. It’s all there on the website!
When we created the website, I knew there would be people who did not know how to cook. That’s why we have the videos, to show you how your diet is supposed to look. You can modify any of those recipes any way you want to, as long as it follows the hair loss diet guidelines.
The Healthy Diet Paradise has a ton of links to recipes that we created. And you can follow us on Pinterest under DietParadise, and that will link you to safe recipes outside the website.
Here’s my belief of what’s actually
going on. You want instant results with as little effort as possible. That’s not what is going to make you succeed with this diet. Refusing to cook makes you vulnerable to con artists.
Scammers will throw medication or slick advertising your way to suit your get it now mentality. Your of lack of motivation makes you vulnerable because you want it quick and easy.
Let me explain to your how serious this is. When you’re going to a movie, you have to pack a salad with spinach, tomatoes, carrots, purple cabbage, an avocado, a can of sardines or a package of salmon, nuts, fruit and some boiled eggs. This diet is hardcore. No hot dogs, blue slushies, red vines, sodas or M&Ms for you.
We have a ton of students on this diet. If you are a student, you have to prepare your meals and snacks the night before. If you’re doing the diet half baked, it’s not going to work. You have to put in the time.
The results are worth it. When you see your hair coming back thick, it will motivate you even more. There is no way of getting around this one fundamental fact. If you have lazy bones, and you refuse to cook, the hair loss diet is not for you.
This diet is extremely hard work and takes tremendous discipline. Remember, this is boot camp.
Not Fully Conquering Addictions
If you don’t conquer your addictions, the hair loss diet will fail. When people first come across our information on sugar and wheat cravings, they snicker and laugh and think it’s a joke. That is, until they try to do it. That tends to stop the laughter cold.
I’ve seen grown men get hand tremors and break into a cold sweat when they don’t get their sugar. The panicked look on their faces haunts me to this day. They were close to tears. It’s that serious. So believe me when I tell you that removing sugar and wheat is serious business.
I have people who have been with me for two years who have not been able to stop eating sugar. This is very serious. If you do not conquer your sugar and wheat cravings, the hair loss diet will fail. Eating wheat and sugar are like lighting a torch to your hair. Conquer wheat and sugar addictions first.
We already know that sugar causes hair loss by raising our blood sugar too high. Wheat raises your blood sugar even more than sugar. And wheat has the added stress of causing auto-immune diseases that contribute to hair loss.
I’ve had people come through the contact form asking me why their hair hasn’t grown back. When I asked for a 7-day menu, their diet contained lemonade, juice, wheat, sugar and cake. I’m not kidding! That’s not the hair loss diet. That’s a sugar and wheat addict’s version of the hair loss diet!
Wheat and sugar addiction will trick you into thinking you’re doing the diet right.
The most hardened sugar addicts are not fully aware of what they’re doing. It may take a year or more to quell the sugar and wheat cravings.
Most of my coaching clients are either college graduates or they’re students. Some of them even have advanced degrees. Food addiction
doesn’t respect your education or your clinical experience. Sugar addiction attacks corporate lawyers, doctors, clinicians, scientists, low wage earners, the wealthy, and people just like you and me.
Addiction is hard-wired into the brain. Food addiction is a completely separate life force that has no rationale. It has to be dealt with completely separate from anything you’ve ever learned. For most it’s a huge mental struggle.
The science of food addiction is studied in universities. Food is manipulated by food suppliers to get this very effect.
The pain of hair loss must exceed the pain of withdrawal.
Study the related links. If you're in coaching and I send you links, study them. If you download the ebook, look at the related links, and absorb the concepts. Otherwise, you will not completely understand the science. You will only have surface knowledge.
Not Sticking to the Guidelines Long Enough:
Here’s another one. “I’m getting sick and tired of this diet. I’ll go off of it for now.”
I’ve had individuals come onto the website angry that their hair hasn’t grown back. When I asked how long they’d been on the diet, they said, “Two weeks.” Really?
The hair loss diet can take up to six months or longer to see results. It depends on what was going on in your system before you started the diet. Luckily, most people don’t have to wait that long. But if you have a long history of hormonal problems or illnesses, it’s going to take a little bit longer.
The hair loss diet is not something you go off of. This is for the rest of your life. A poor diet causes hair loss. So the only reasonable thing you can do to stop hair loss is to address the fundamental cause.
This ezine article is just a gentle back-slap to nudge you to get into gear. I want you to
succeed. I love each and every one of you. I wish you only the best.
Good luck people!
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