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We all have a personalized justification system we use to rationalize our unhealthy choices.
We have adopted this diet for ourselves and our families, for health and well-being reasons. And we continue to eat this way because we love what we eat.
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There are definitely positives, but you should be aware of the negatives too.
Find your "linchpin" habit: the one that, when adopted or deleted, creates a huge ripple effect.
Hippocrates' maxim is likely a misquotation — one that many people have a vested interest in continuing to promote.
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It requires a careful implementation strategy.
"You can combine foods to get adequate protein, but this takes effort and mindfulness — skills a vast majority lack."
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The mirage of the "perfect" diet just sets us all up to be disheartened and discouraged.
Fasting diets work for weight-loss just as well as any other traditional caloric restriction diets — which is VERY POORLY.
Just because something is called a salad does NOT make it the best choice.
You shouldn't judge a person by their exterior because you don't know their story.
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This summer, capitalize on the beautiful weather by taking your workouts outside! Who needs to waste valuable time getting to and from the gym -- or lose fitness ground by slacking on vacation -- when...
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There's little doubt white bread has become a symbol of poor health choices. For years, a war against the loaves has been waged in the hopes of convincing people to avoid intake. Canadians have been warned against even daring to eat this staple of Western life.
Too many of us let "brain propaganda" highjack our lives. You know what I am talking about: "Who cares if I hit the snooze button and miss my workout just this once?" Or, "I can eat this cake - what does it matter?" Or, "Why even try to lose weight... I am just going to fail. I can't do anything right."