Even though I'm constantly thinking about my weight (I mean all of my waking day) and having just posted on a Dukan post I am considering turning my back on diets forever. The more you read on this forum and EVERY other forum to do with diets there are people 'going back' on the particular diet or 'trying' a new diet. I know many have a lot if success but is it long term or is it just damaging our bodies because ultimately we yo yo. I'd be really interested to know how many women on here have gone on a diet ONCE and kept it off. If there are people that have I'd genuinely like to hear about it and what it entails on your daily life. I'm not criticising, please don't think I am, I'm just sick of listening to myself - I've been talking and doing weight loss for years, I obsess over it yet I'm at my heaviest now - that has to say something? I'm thinking of just eating well, antioxidant, nutritious foods. So I dint mean bring on the pizza, I mean bring on the wholegrain pasta, the lean meats, the veggies etc - maybe that's the Mediterranean diet and I'm subconsciously just dieting again?! Just back off holiday and I wasn't hungry once, ok we had a few indulgences but generally we just cooked nice dinners, ate a big brekky and I relaxed about my food. I didn't crave crisps or chocolate at all yet as soon as I got home I've been bored with meals, needed sugar hits etc. Am I a raving loony or does anyone else think they Wang to jump off the diet bandwagon?