What is a weight loss plan? For most people, a weight loss plan is a list of foods to eat and how much of the food to eat in order to lose weight.
Now let’s change the position of one word, “plan,” add the word “to,” and change “loss” to “lose.” Here goes—what is a plan to lose weight? See the difference?
A plan to lose weight is, “I’m going to do this, then I’m going to do that.” I will do “this” first, and then I’ll do “that.” Wait, there’s more. “If this happens, I’ll do such and such.” “If something else happens, I’ll do so and so.”
Having a plan means that you don’t wait for that fateful moment when it’s too late to think what to do. You’re ready ahead of time. You deliberated about your course of action and you’re prepared to take alternate weight loss steps if necessary. So no ill-fated moment.
If you’re going to give trying to lose weight your all, then a weight loss plan most definitely has to be a plan to lose weight.