"Eating junk food is not a reward - it's a punishment!"
I just read that from the back issues of newspapers collected while I was gone. It was in the interview he did for the Parade Magazine the 26th September 2010.
It may not seem like a "secret" but I think it is, for me, because it was something I was secretly hiding from myself. I'd go oink out on some high calorie junk food as a "reward" and then wondered why I felt so bad afterwards! But Drew just blew it out of the water!
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i have always wanted to walk out to the overlook at clingmans dome in the great smoky mountains, i went there with that intention 3 years ago, the trail, only 0.5 miles is very steep and with the high altitude, makes for a steep tiring walk, i someday, will make it up to the observation tower, even if i have to sit and rest, that is one of my goals
Not the Number Of Calories But The Kind Of Calories Makes The Difference!
The type like an avocado, pear, apple, a whole tomatoof calories have a more profound affect on your metabolism. Eat whole unprocessed foods. This made in a factory are not whole foods. Get your nutrition from nature and see how fast you lose weight. Try it for a couple of weeks and do your body a favor!
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