Always Eat After 7 PM: My Final Thoughts

Four weeks ago, I started on a new diet challenge. Diets in general have always been a challenge for me as they are often too restrictive causing me to “give up” too easily. I was excited to be introduced to Always Eat After 7 PM: The Revolutionary Rule-Breaking Diet That Lets You Enjoy Huge Dinners, Desserts, and Indulgent Snacks—While Burning Fat Overnight by Joel Marion and even more excited to take part of this 4-week challenge.

This post is brought to you by our sponsor, “Always Eat After 7 PM”. The opinions expressed below are my own. Please see my disclaimer policy to learn more.

The Always Eat After 7 PM plan consists of the 14-day Acceleration Phase to kick-start the program and see rapid results, The Main Phase where you’ll learn exactly which foods to eat when in order to achieve your weight-loss goals, The Lifestyle Phase to keep the weight off for good.

In week one, I learned that based on surprising science, Always Eat After 7 PM debunks popular diet myths and offers an easy-to-follow diet that accelerates fat-burning and allows you to indulge in your most intense food cravings: Eating the majority of your calories at night.

In week two, I shared more in detail about Always Eat after 7 PM, who Joel Marion is, and why I chose to follow this diet. Sharing my goal helped me stay on course and be accountable. My goal like many of you is being the best version of myself. And what that meant to me was having more energy, eat right, not feel bloated or sluggish, and ultimately losing weight.

In week three, I shared why I love following this diet challenge thus far. It is easy to follow with the meal planning and various options of recipes to choose from. I also love the fact that Joel has a chapter that talks about your mindset. A definite must for the challenge or anything in life.

DON’T GIVE UP BECAUSE YOU HAD A BAD DAY, FORGIVE YOURSELF AND DO BETTER TOMORROW

This week I share with you my final thoughts on Always Eat After 7 PM and how I plan to continue with this program. It takes on average 6 weeks to form a habit.

With that being said, I do find myself enjoying this program and how easy it is to follow it.

I am not naturally hungry in the morning and skipping breakfast is not an issue for me. Going without breakfast is part of intermittent fasting (IF), also called time-restricted feeding (TRF). IF is a pattern of food consumption that cycles between fasting and eating in specific time periods.

There are various ways to do it; one of the most common is the 16/8 protocol, which involves 16 hours of fasting—typically done overnight—with an 8-hour window in which to eat each day.

Joel Marion’s Always Eat After 7 PM program makes dieting easy and eliminates 90% of the reasons for resistance. 

THE ONLY WAY THAT WE CAN ACHIEVE SUCCESS IS ONDE STEP AT A TIME… BUT FIRST WE NEED TO GET OUT OF OUR OWN WAY.

The biggest thing for me is to plan ahead for all my meals. With my busy schedule, I can easily fall off the wagon and get back into my old habits. I have found in the past that once a challenge or program stops, there is no one holding me accountable.

Now I realize that there is no one else but myself that can hold me accountable so planning ahead would be a key for my success.

Always Eat After 7 PM: The Revolutionary Rule-Breaking Diet That Lets You Enjoy Huge Dinners, Desserts, and Indulgent Snacks—While Burning Fat Overnight by Joel Marion is now available to purchase.

Learn more about the book and how to purchase here.

This post is brought to you by our sponsor, “Always Eat After 7 PM”. The opinions expressed below are my own. Please see my disclaimer policy to learn more.

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3 thoughts on “Always Eat After 7 PM: My Final Thoughts”

  1. Nice post!! I always eat my dinner between 7 to 8 pm cause eating before that always gives me midnight cravings and I end up eating a lot of junk.

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