Ease.  Your birthright.

You should not need to be hungry to maintain weight. Think about most wild animals -- even in times of abundance, they look great naked without ever counting calories or curbing appetites. Abundant food should not, in and of itself, make people struggle with weight and become sick. If you move away from newer, engineered foods, and look back to vintage food enjoyed for centuries, you will find yourself eating until you are satisfied while achieving (or maintaining) a healthy weight.  

It gets better. This ease should be yours without endless hours on a treadmill. Exercise is undeniably good for you, but chronic cardio may not be. As British cardiologist Aseem Malhotra points out, 'You can't outrun a bad diet.' Once you get the diet right, you should not have to exercise constantly to maintain a healthy weight. Can you imagine a 50-year-old Masai grandmother going out for a run? I think not. Yet that grandmother maintains her lean build and strength, regardless. Vintage eating makes it easy to stay trim and strong without calorie counting, hunger, or a strict workout regimen.