So remember here that we are treating you as an adult and that you will always be under medical supervision. Lots of things can kill us, including eating the wrong food, or, put another way, not enough of the right food.
But we are talking here about a lifestyle, not a diet and we bet that throughout your life you have eaten a variety of foods. This lifestyle requires that you eat one food: brown rice. To the near exclusion of all other foods.
Now that the holidays are over, you have probably gained 10 or 12 pounds and you did so because you violated this rule: eat only brown rice. Not only are you now fat, you are probably also not feeling all that good. So, now to lose those pounds and start feeling good again? Do what you should have been doing all along – if you have adopted this lifestyle: eat more brown rice. Fried shortgrain brown rice, that is.
When you started this lifestyle, you felt great eating one/fourth a cup of fried brown rice per meal. And you lost lots of weight. Now you are bored, not with brown rice, but with being hungry. So eat more brown rice until you don’t feel hungry anymore. What could be simpler? This is not rocket science guys!
There are at least two things to think about: First is how to restrict yourself to brown rice and second is how much brown rice to eat. I guarantee you won’t be hungry if you eat enough brown rice.
Again, here, keep in close contact with your doctor. Make sure your fasting blood sugar levels are below 110. And eat away. You will almost certainly have lost the 10-12 pounds by Easter. Of course if you like being fat and feeling bad, just ignore this blog.