Minimalist diet

From the excellent Paleo Leap website. And also this minimalist diet site. And of course, the stars of the minimalist movement.

The same psychological reaction makes a low-variety diet one of the many useful tools in the Paleo arsenal for effective weight loss. If food doesn’t taste good, it’s easy to eat just enough to sustain activity without overeating, because there’s no motivation to eat more. The perfect example of this is the Potato Diet, popularized by a man named Chris Voigt who ate nothing but potatoes for 2 months, and ended up having to deliberately stuff himself because he was losing weight too fast despite eating to satisfy his appetite at every meal.

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