Back On Track Is Too Hard, I’m a Failure, Should I Quit? 

This is NOT our first rodeo and we understand that BACK ON TRACK is VERY difficult for the first few days and some of you with best intentions have not been able to hang with the program AND THAT IS OKAY.

You don’t have to be PERFECT for this to work. The intention of Back on Track is to take away your CHOICES other than that one healthy protein meal a day PLUS put a cap on your calories. 

IF you have been substituting ANY of your five feedings a day with a 100 Calorie Inspire protein drink YOU ARE SUCCESSFULLY REDUCING YOUR CALORIES and FUELING WEIGHT LOSS. Way to go! Flip your mind around… this is one of those cases where CLOSE is a good thing. 

So those of you who are unable to do Four or Five Shakes a Day Plus One Protein Meal, YOU HAVE NOT FAILED, you are still in the game, as long as you are making better choices. We still applaud your efforts and want to HEAR from you. Don’t go silent on us. 

If you need more information about Back On Track go HERE





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2 thoughts on “FAQ: Back On Track Is Too Hard, I’m a Failure, should I just QUIT?

  1. Gail says:

    I am lost. When I had my Rouen y surgery 10 years ago I weighed 248lbs. Los 80 lbs gradually gained to 202 by 2013, at which time had a revision done and lost back to 168. I’m now 208 lbs. just 3 years later. What can I do. I’m so frustrated I hate myself.

    • Alison Garcia says:

      Hi Gail,our Back on Track plan(linked in the article) is so effective- you just have to jump in with both feet and get started. It takes you back to basics, and gets you back in a fresh mindset. Regaining after revision is definitely not something you anticipated, perhaps never imagined. But there is hope, and a way to overcome this- give it a try!

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