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10 Excuses Standing In The Way Of Your Healthy Living

Wednesday, December 26, 2012


There are all kinds of reasons for resisting or refusing to eat healthy. Here are my top 10:

1. “I’ll start tomorrow, after the weekend, after the holiday, after New Year’s…” Why tomorrow? Make one change today. After you feel the positive health benefits, and are getting closer to your shape-goals, you’ll want to add more and more.

2. “But, I deserve this treat after this day! It’s only one!” Or is it? MODERATION is a workable attitude, but you have to keep it moderate, not excessive.

3. “I worked out yesterday. I deserve this!” Working out is a positive step. Don’t negate the effort with a basket of hot wings and beer.

4. “I’m super stressed and this chocolate/wine makes me feel better!” I’m sorry about your stress, really I am, but we’ve all been there from time-to-time. Learning to manage your stress in productive ways is better. Otherwise, the weight gain can just cause you more distress.

5. “I’m addicted to Diet Coke! I can’t give it up!” Soda, whether diet or not, has been linked to obesity and a higher risk of stroke. Artificial sweeteners cause you to crave a sweetened taste more.

6. TO SEE 6-10, GO TO THE WEBSITE

Healthy is a lifestyle, not a diet that is fleeting. Enjoying whole foods, lean protein, dairy, green tea and whole grains, brings you energy and positive health benefits. Let’s work together to stay on track and support one another.
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  • DEBBIELCG
    thanks for sharing. I think ive used them all at one time or another.
    2492 days ago
  • AZMOMXTWO
    great way to see things and the rest are good also thanks for the reminder about excuses
    2492 days ago
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