Are you sick of trying all those bull s***
diets that don’t work? Well if so, then I’ve got news for you! I lost weight on the European
Diet, and so can you. That’s right! You heard me. Eating like a European is all you need
to shed those pounds for good! Hey everyone. I’m Dana and you’re watching
Wanted an Adventure Living Abroad. And today, I’m gonna help you solve all your weight-loss
worries once and for all. Getting ready to go out? First of all, put those car keys down.
Cars are often nothing more than an inconvenience in many parts of Europe. So drop ’em and walk
your butt to the public transportation. No public transportation in your city? Good!
Walk the whole way then. No sidewalks either? Then ride a bike. It’s winter and there’s
a blizzard? Suck it up! The Europeans certainly do. Next let’s tackle grocery shopping. Make sure
you don’t buy too much because, remember, you don’t have a car. So whatever you buy,
you have to carry back home with you, like a Sherpa or a pack mule. And be prepared to make this trek several
times a week too because, anyway, your refrigerator is barely big enough to hold the ingredients
for one meal. And as for that frozen pizza for emergency
midnight snacks; yeah, you can forget about that because you don’t have a big enough freezer. So you’ve decided to go out to eat instead
of cook in your closet-sized kitchen? Well, good for you. Hope you feel like walking or
riding that bike. And when you get to the restaurant, have no
fear, because there’s probably not gonna be any bread on the table to tempt you. Order
a Coke? Great! That’s fine. No harm in a little treat. Want another one? Only if you’re ready
to shell out another 3 euros because there are no free refills in Europe. The dish arrives at your table, and, oh, I
hope you weren’t expecting a massive mountain of food because in Europe, you won’t get it. But that doesn’t mean it’ll be any less expensive.
Going out to eat ranges in price from country to country, but in Norway for example, a burger
and soda at TGI Fridays would cost you around 40 dollars. That’s right, 40 dollars. And now you want dessert? How about some ice
cream? Let’s just get one scoop. In Germany, when you order one scoop, you literally get
one ball of the ice cream scooper. Like I said, eating like a European worked
for me, and it can work for you too. So put that nasty green goo down, and start eating
like a European today. Plane ticket and visa not included. Offer
does not come with sexy French accent or Swiss yodeler. No guarantee of success, especially
if you discover the chocolate and cream covered waffles in Belgium, then all bets are off.