Posts Tagged ‘Motivation’

Psychological Effects of Creating a Habit For Weight Loss

Saturday, January 7th, 2017:

Does it sound outlandish to think creating a habit for weight loss has psychological effects on the body? Well it shouldn’t because it is absolutely true! Most folks can try “anything” for 21 days right? You’ve probably heard it takes 21 days for a habit to develop. There is true science behind the brain changes our body goes through when we “allow” ourselves to develop a habitual routine for 21 days. The brain is capable of creating new neural pathways once it realizes a new habit has truly benefited you in a positive way. As a result, it may become easier to […] Read More →

Most Effective Diet?–It’s Your Choice

Thursday, November 17th, 2011:

But read on for my candid look … With all the diet plans available, how does the average person know which one is the most effective diet to choose? Keeping this point in mind, here are some facts about the most popular diets today with a few details about how they work. No one diet is going to work for every person the same way. Compare the diet plans you are most interested in before you decide. What is the most effective diet, really? Low carb living is still a popular choice for many. One  most are familiar with is […] Read More →

Motivation to Lose Weight

Friday, June 17th, 2011:

“I need to lose weight, but I just can’t get motivated.” How many times have you said that? Motivation to lose weight is tough when you do not know where to begin. Let’s see if this helps shed a little light on that subject. When it comes to our diet we’re told, “Don’t eat foods rich in fat. Eat whole wheat. Eat eggs. Don’t eat eggs.”  What is really correct? All the negativity out there just slaps the motivation to lose weight right out of the diet plan. Wouldn’t you rather have a delicious menu of food you like, not […] Read More →

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