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God's Diet and Perfect Weight

January 7, 2019

Show Notes:

Looking to lose some weight, Kenyon and Cole decide to diet for this weeks episode of I'll See You In Help. Cole goes with God's Diet, by Dorothy Gault-McNemee while Kenyon takes on Perfect Weight, Deepak Chopra's quantum diet. God’s diet is simple; before you eat anything you have to ask yourself, “did God make this?” If so, then you can eat it to your heart’s content. Food like rice, meat, veggies, etc are ok, while anything Man has processed, like bread or sugar, are not. Inexplicable, some things like soda are ok once a day (the author must have really needed her daily Coke). If you go to a restaurant, same rules apply so you gotta ask the server if everything “was made by god.” Cole goes on the diet, but with such broad rules he’s able to make things like a scotch egg (an egg wrapped in sausage wrapped in breading and then deep fried) but instead of breading he uses crushed pork rinds. Surprisingly he loses three pounds over the week. Kenyon goes on the Perfect Weight diet, a plan that incorporates the Indian medical system of Ayurveda. This complex diet starts with a personality test to find your dosha, or body type. Kenyon finds out he’s basically the worst as his dosha tends towards fatness and stupidity. Then he has to go on a liquid diet for a day, while eating his meals at the same time every other day of the week. Deepak Chopra claims each of us has a unique perfect weigh, which sounds like a guard in case his diet doesn't actually work because if you gain weight he can claim your perfect weight is actually the higher one. Subscribe, Rate, and Review on iTunes - Link Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook