Before And After Pictures Are Often Faked Or Stolen
PICS WERE STOLEN FROM HER FACEBOOK PAGE AND THE COPY WAS ADDED
Images influence us.
And when dieters see before and after pictures, they are desperate to believe them.
So, logic and common sense are dismissed. The image of a newly thin woman or man is so powerful, that it overshadows memories of losing weight only to gain it back again. Just like the “orange girls” I use on my Facebook Page, the true after pics are of a person who has gained back the weight they lost, and more.
But did you know that many of the ads that you see steel “before and after” pictures from Facebook? That is right, people lose weight and post their pictures, only to have some slimy diet company steal those pictures (easy to do) and add their own copy to those photos.
My message here is to BEWARE.
There is no quick fix. There is no fast way to shed a bunch of weight on a fast diet and the keep that weight off.
But don’t despair. When you relearn to connect eating with hunger, you won’t care. You will understand that you have plenty of opportunities to eat every day. And as long as you can nourish yourself when you are hungry, you are happy, your body calms down and begins to trust you, and you return to your ideal weight range.
This is a major perspective shift, I know. It doesn’t demonize certain foods, it doesn’t require a schedule, it doesn’t demand you drink water instead of eating when you are hungry.
Simply eat enough to quiet hunger, and get on with your day. Over time, this easily becomes second nature, and it is a habit that you can sustain for the rest of your life because it work WITH your biology. Right? And fighting you biology is a fight you don’t want to enter. Work WITH your hunger. Work WITH your body.
And ignore all the foolish ads for quick fixes you see- Oh yes, including that new one- GOLO. It is just a new gimmick.
And to really get disgusted, read this about stealing Facebook images to use in before and after pics