Does the PBS Diet really work?

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Giles on a plate, from Amazon UK: Perfect
reminder of the PBS Diet?

It did! The PBS Diet might seem arbitrary (only eating while watching PBS or listening to NPR), especially if you don't watch TV during meals anyway.

In fact, it was pretty inconvenient for family dinnertimes.

But I did remember to put the radio on most of the rest of the time, and I think maybe it was the act of putting the radio on that made me notice what I was eating instead of mindlessly overeating.

I also watched some interesting documentaries in the evenings 🙂

Beginning weight: 218lbs
End weight after 2 weeks: 215.4lbs

Perhaps I just had an unusually heavy week before starting, but hey, the weight went in the right direction! 'C' was not for cookies, and that's good enough for me...

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