I don’t understand why so many people refuse to accept that there’s any middle ground between starving oneself/heavy restricting/obsessing/denying of pleasure from food, and eating less overall, and healthier? Does a breakfast consisting of a bacon/mushroom/spinach/cheese omelette on toast, with fruit sound like I’m starving? If I eat only one bacon/egg/toast instead of two, am I really dieting myself into an inevitable binge? I’m still full, I’m just not in a food coma. And I’ll lose weight, which is just fine with me. I have discovered that it takes much less food than I originally assumed it takes to feed myself well. How is that starving myself? How is it a diet in disguise, not a lifestyle change? I’d really like to hear from those who believe all “lifestyle changes” are diets in denial, to explain this to me. Should I regularly stuff myself to the point of discomfort, so that I don’t feel restricted? I think I’m just reading the wrong blogs.