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  • v no profile image JANC319
    We do seem to be on some of the same teams together. I'm not too good at multi-tasking, so my teams are few. I love FlyLady and adjust her program to fit my life (too many hours at work, not enough at home), and the No S Diet is just a sane way of eating forever.
    The official No S diet web site is
    There is also a book, but all the info is there on the website.
    As for the Step Diet, I am a real newby. Fearlesslife would probably be able to give you more info on it, though.
    Thanks for the great encouragement on my blog post!
    3693 days ago

    Comment edited on: 9/10/2010 8:04:18 AM
    Hey I just got the notice you joined the team! Welcome!!
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    3694 days ago
    The No S Diet, www.nosdiet.com, is:

    No Snacks*
    No Seconds*
    No Sweets*

    So techinically no, you could not eat them (nor anything else) as a snack, because Snacks are one of the No S'es.

    However, on the website, www.nosdiet.com, Rheinhard does say if you look closely nowhere does it require 3 meals a day, and that some people DO do 4 meals a day.

    Most No S'ers do 3, most of us have found after a real good try that 4, 5, and 6 meals or mini-meals a day is a lie; but if you want to do a mini-meal, no one's stopping you. If you did yogurt and/or fruit as a planned mini meal, instead of a snack, you could do that.

    There does seem to be a small segment of the population that more than 3 meals work for. However it only takes a quick look around you to realize that small segment of the population seems to be near invisible in America.

    Fruit, as long as it fits on the plate, is not considered a Sweet, so fruit is perfectly okay (as long as it's not eaten as a Snack). I make sure mine fits on my plate, and then eat one piece before each meal as an appetizer.

    Rheinhard even says he doesn't care if you put brown sugar on your oatmeal or on your sweet potato - that's not considered a Sweet because it's part of the meal, is a small amount not in excess (it's not like a 400 cal slice of pie or cheesecake or cake), it's not a dessert, it's not a Snack, etc.

    And then you still have the S days for dessert, snack, seconds, etc.

    So really, the No S is pretty flexible. It just curbs the excess.

    *Except on S Days

    3694 days ago
  • v no profile image JANC319
    Welcome tot eh No S Diet team - a safe, sane way to manage food for the rest of your life!
    Thanks for adding me as your Spark friend - I added you, too!
    3694 days ago
    Thanks for adding me as a friend! I am honoured, and have added you too. emoticon
    3697 days ago
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