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Next time you are struggling with eating something you probably shouldn't be eating, try hard to recall the feeling you get in the morning when you wake up after a healthy eating day...then, contrast that with how you feel after an out of control day. Remind yourself that you can control this and feel great every day!
I spent the money for a recipe program for my computer and save recipes I find in magazines, books, online, etc.. We can only recall and save so many recipes from the many places we see them. This way, recipes I find which are healthy and look good are at my fingertips. This program actually allows me to copy a recipe and "captures" it to avoid a lengthy process of transcribing it over.
I bought Living Cookbook 2011 online for $35.00 and do like it.
When hearing new information, do something with your hands and you'll remember it better. A recent brain-scan study reported in the journal Nature Neuroscience reveals that making gestures as you're listening heightens activity in the brain's memory center, and turns on whole swaths of other cells that wouldn't otherwise be involved, significantly improving recall.
May 16 issue of Woman's World magazine.
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