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The Working Person’s Diet Plan
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    goodfoodwarehouse is offline Senior Member
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    Default The Working Person’s Diet Plan

    Whether we work in an office, are constantly on the road or spend days in schools or hospitals, losing weight and working can be more than a challenge.

    Working life can have a serious impact on our waistline. Afternoon chocolate runs, business lunches, office biscuits and nearby vending machines can all pile on the pounds.

    Demanding bosses, impossible deadlines and an out-of-control workload can leave us feeling stressed and tired, with the result that we’re more likely to skip breakfast and/or lunch and grab high-calorie snack foods to cheer ourselves up and give us a much needed injection of energy.

    We can’t just blame what happens between 9am and 5pm for our need to lose weight either. Frequently heading to the pub or wine bar with colleagues after work to mull over the day’s problems with a few drinks can tot up the calories.

    And, after a hectic day at work, many of us simply don’t feel like spending time in the kitchen cooking a healthy dinner. The result: we resort to ready meals or order a takeaway and relax with a few glasses of wine. Meanwhile, lots of late nights in the office or simply being exhausted can mean we end up ditching our usual exercise and replacing it with slouching on the sofa in front of the TV.

    As for losing weight – well, when you’re working full time, it seems too much like hard work. Having to shop for weird and wonderful ingredients, making packed lunches and spending hours in the kitchen when you get home all add to your ‘to do’ list. Good news then that you don’t need to do any of these things to lose weight. And that’s where WLR comes to the rescue with an eating plan that’s designed specifically for people who work all day.

    All the breakfasts and lunches can either be bought or are ready in a matter of minutes. Plus, every dinner is ready from kitchen to table in less than 15 minutes. But the best bit – this plan should help you lose up to a stone in six weeks!

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    joemunt is offline Member
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    Yes i agree with this post !! interesting

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    Moser is offline Junior Member
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    I'm working behind the desk about eight hours , I haven't time to moving and my kilogrammes still are arriving. I'm thinking about diet and exercises.

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    Azzishah is offline Junior Member
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    Yes I agree with your post, but the time if the person is working in the office for last 8 to 9 hour continuously, diet is more important to him, even i want to ask you one thing that diet is important or exercise.

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