1. Weighing and measuring simplifies portion control. There is no question of how much of each food to eat.
2. For the food addict who is weighing and measuring, it is always clear exactly what surrender means.
3. If the amount of food in your plan has the amount of calories to be your ideal weight, you will eventually reach it and maintain this weight.
4. For those who sometimes – or always – have a distorted concept of food volume, weighing and measuring is like wearing glasses with the corrected prescription.
5. Weighing and measuring is a gentler and a much less expensive alternative to intestinal bypass surgery.
6. For volume addicts – who almost always want more food – weighing and measuring assures that you are getting enough to eat.
7. Weighing and measuring eliminates the need for all the head talk about “how much is enough today?”
8. Being committed to weighing and measuring assures that you know there is one important way you are remembering that you are a food addict.
9. No one gets hurt– including the food addict – by a practice of weighing and measuring.
10. When a food addict weighs and measures in public, there is always the chance another food addict will be helped by seeing and talking about this practice.
©Phil Werdell 2010