Tips to Stick To Your Diet

By , April 30, 2015 12:22 am

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Do you have a hard time keeping up with your weight loss diet or your exercise regime? Look no further to discover the ways you can stay in touch with your dieting needs. It’s all about perseverance and keeping your eyes on the goal, but sometimes we just need a little bit of a nudge to keep going.

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It has happened to all of us at some point or another: we were doing so well with our weight loss diet or exercise regime. Then suddenly we fell off the horse and decided that if we had already gone this far we might as well give up entirely.

There’s an old Chinese tale about a father and his son who lived on a farm. Together they raised sheep and cared for them. They lived off of these sheep and were able to make money from the sheep’s fur. Every day both the father and the son walked around the field where they were raising the sheep to check that the fence was in good order. One night, the fence broke and some wolves sneaked into the field and ate some of the sheep.

The son cried out to his father saying that all was lost and that they were now ruined! But the father simply picked up his tools and took his son to the fence to patch it up. Once the fence had been fixed, the father told his son that just because there was a weakness in the fence it does not mean that it cannot be fixed nor that it is impossible for them to keep raising sheep.

Your diet or exercise regime is like sheep, it is always at risk of violated or destroyed. The fence represents your will power and your circumstances. It might happen that you’re too busy to go to the gym or go jogging every morning for a period of time. It might happen that you were forced to stop at a fast food joint on the side of the high way. It might happen that you cave in to eating some chips, some chocolate, or any one of your other cravings. But that doesn’t mean you should give up and let your sheep continue to be eaten by wolves. After you’ve stuffed yourself with what you know to be unhealthy food: stop and think about it. It’s not the end of the world.

If you go end up on a binge of food, you don’t need to eat more bad food to “get it out of your system”, to feel better or to make sure it never happens again. You will be faced with times where you want to eat something unhealthy, or you want to sleep in and skip your step class. No problem, but don’t let that one incident ruin your motivation or your commitment to your diet or exercise regime. It happens to everyone, but if you’re one of the people who is able to pick yourself up and fix the fence you’ll be able to keep losing weight and get healthier.

I hope this story has helped you to understand that not all is lost if your resolve waivers for a day or a week, or what have you. You are the boss of yourself and you can chose to return to eating healthy foods and working out on a regular basis without any fear. Trust in yourself and make sure you keep your eyes focused on the goal since that’s what keeps us all motivated.

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The Power of A Fat Busting Food Diary

By , April 27, 2015 11:37 pm

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Do you know that many people who successfully lose large amounts of weight and are also successful at keeping it off use a diary? This is no ordinary diary though. It is a food loss diary and using it can ensure total success no matter what your weight loss goal may be.

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Do you know that many people who successfully lose large amounts of weight and are also successful at keeping it off use a diary? This is no ordinary diary though. It is a food loss diary and using it can ensure total success no matter what your weight loss goal may be.

Never underestimated the power of a food diary. Using it daily will ensure you become much more conscious of your current bad eating habits. Through its use you can identify the cause of your weight problems.

So what is a food diary?

Well it is simply a small book you carry with you everywhere you go for at least two weeks. After this you can store it some place safe and refer to it three times a day.

So here is a quick explanation of a food diary:

Week 1.
In your diary on the first page note your current weight. Now for the rest of the week you must make a note of everything you eat during the day. This is why it is so important to carry the small book with you at all times. You must be disciplined in this. Every time you eat anything, even a small piece of meat or a nibble you must enter exactly what you ate and the time at which it was eaten. Then describe your motivations for eating it. Where you really hungry? Was the temptation of it being there too much? Where you feeling lonely or stressed? Take a note of all the feelings that lead you to eat the food.

At breakfast, lunch and dinner list all the foods you ate, why you ate them and how you felt before, during and after you ate them. Also note every bit of exercise to take during the day. It doesn’t matter how small it is just jot it down anyway. Also note when you went to the shops or to pick up the kids or just to get a message. Did you take the car or bus? Describe how you were feeling prior to taking the car or bus. Why didn’t you walk? Was it too far? Did you not have enough time?

Week 2.
Write down your current weight and follow the plan outlined for week 1. In addition, you can now start to analyse your diary.

Look over your entries for the previous week and the amount of food you ate. What type of food where you eating. Why were you eating it? For example you may have noted that you ate a chocolate bar at 1pm because you were feeling bored. You notice that this is a recurring theme almost everyday. So, go to your empty diary entries for week three and pencil in at the same time of day an activity that will relieve your boredom. If you can’t think of one then pencil in that you will go for a walk or start to do that odd job you have been putting off for months!

Perhaps you ate the chocolate because it gave you a certain feeling you enjoyed. Look at the feeling. Is there anything else you could do that would make you feel the same or a similar way? There are always alternatives. Jot one down in your diary!

Maybe you notice that the temptation to eat the chocolate was too strong to resist because it was just there. Pencil into your diary, on your shopping day, that you are to buy no chocolate!

Now look at your exercise activities for the previous week. When did you take the car when you could have walked? Could you pencil in an extra 15 minutes walking a day. Divide the 15 minutes into three 5 minute exercises, this way it will not seem like that much of a change. Park the car 5 minutes away from the shop. Walk to a bus stop that is 5 minutes further away. Did you not have enough time? Structure your diary to compensate, even if it means getting up 15 minutes earlier.

In this way you can use your diary to set out a plan for the coming week. Be strict with yourself and follow your plan. Tick off the things on your diary one by one as you complete them. Pencil in activities that you have always wanted to do. You will find that organising your food intake and exercise routine in this way will have a major knock-on effect on the rest of your life. You are getting organised!

Your food diary is a also great way of tracking your progress. Make sure you note in it all your accomplishments and list all your weight loss achievements. When you reach week 3 you can begin using your diary only 3 times a day – once in the morning to check your schedule for the day. Once after dinner to note your activities during the day and once at night to review your progress that day and structure the same day for the following week.

It is important to reward yourself every time you succeed at a task that you have put in your diary. Pencil in that at the end of a certain week you will buy yourself new clothes. Constantly review your achievements and give yourself credit for having done so well. This will keep you motivated and ensure you keep to your plan, continue using your diary and of course keep your weight healthy.

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Understanding the Atkins Diet Basics

By , April 25, 2015 10:42 pm

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Understanding the Dr. Atkins diet basics is essential to being successful losing weight and keeping it off. Do not start using the Atkins diet before you have thoroughly studied the plan.

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Understanding the Dr. Atkins diet basics is essential to being successful losing weight and keeping it off. Do not start using the Atkins diet before you have thoroughly studied the plan. If you don’t understand the Atkins diet basics and the philosophy behind the diet, you are being short-sighted and will be more likely to give up before you’ve really come to use the Atkins Diet properly.

The Basic Atkins Diet Philosophy

The basic philosophy of the Atkins diet is that it isn’t truly a “diet?in the traditional sense of the word. Yes, you can lose weight on the Atkins plan, but it is far more than that. The Atkins diet is revolutionary because you aren’t just using it to shed pounds, then going off of it. It is a complete lifestyle choice that you can use for the rest of your life to maintain the proper weight and be healthier and happier.

You may be put off by the idea of being “on Atkins?for life, but it’s not like being on a diet for the rest of your life at all. Instead, because there are four basic and distinct phases to the Atkins diet plan, you move beyond dieting and to a maintenance plan that you can use the rest of your life without ever feeling like you are restricting yourself. It’s actually simply a way of “eating smart,?not of depriving yourself.

The Induction Phase

The first phase of the Dr. Atkins diet plan is Induction. This is the phase that is most restrictive, but it only lasts a few weeks for most people. The purpose of starting the Atkins diet with the induction phase is to basically re-set your body’s metabolism so that it begins burning body fat as fuel rather than relying on carbohydrates that you eat.

During the basic or induction phase of the Atkins diet, you will eat meats, cheeses and plenty of selected vegetables and salads. It restricts carbohydrates to less than 20 grams per day. You can still eat plenty of food and you won’t feel starved because your body will quickly enter into a state called “ketosis?where the body is burning fuel more efficiently and using your own body fat ?so you’ll feel less need to fill up with carbs for energy.

Ongoing Weight Loss Phase

The second phase, Ongoing Weight Loss, is when you can start adding a small amount of additional low carb foods. The first week, you move up to 25 grams a day and stay there for a week or two to see how it works for you. Each week after that, add 5 grams of carbohydrates a day until you see that your weight loss has stalled. At that point, you just cut back by 5 grams a day and you should see steady, slow weight loss.

At this point, your weight loss will be slightly slower than during Induction, but can still lose 5-8 pounds a month. This can be a healthy, moderate weight loss pattern.

Pre-Maintenance Phase

During the third phase, Pre-Maintenance, your goal will be to slow the weight loss as you approach your goal weight. You can now add up to 10 grams a day each week until you see that you’ve reached a plateau.

During pre-maintenance you will see that you’ve been able to add some of your favorite carbohydrates in moderation. This is the key to following the Atkins diet basics properly ?coming to understand that you can be low carb without being no carb. This phase gears you up for the final phase.

Lifetime Maintenance

Lifetime Maintenance is the Atkins diet phase that becomes your way of life after you’ve achieved the weight loss you want. By the time you reach maintenance, you should have a good basic understanding of what you should focus on when dining for the rest of your life. It’s a simple philosophy ?nutrient-dense, low carb foods and plenty of water for a healthier body and more energy. It is basically about limiting the bad foods and balancing the rest ?it’s not about giving things up entirely or about counting calories, so it’s easy to maintain for the rest of your life.

Lifetime maintenance is the most important of the Atkins diet basics. It is about not overdoing it on pastas, refined wheat products and sugars so that your body doesn’t come to rely on them again for fuel. It’s a way to basically keep yourself healthy and fit (and not overweight!) for the rest of your life without dieting.

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Weight Loss and Motivation

By , April 23, 2015 9:38 pm

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If you are attempting to fight fat, it is simply not enough to begin an exercise program. You must also be able to stick with it. This can be challenging, especially if you have spent most of your life as a couch potato. You may find exercise to be boring or a chore. And you may be wondering whether your exercise program is really worth the effort.

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It should be noted that the key to a successful exercise program is perseverance. This means that you need to commit to it for the long haul-in fact, it is best if you commit to it for the rest of your life. Certainly, it can be difficult at times. But in the end, it is well worth the effort you exert.

Staying motivated may begin with having a tangible goal. For instance, if you are basically inactive when you start your program, you should aim to burn off 500 calories a week. If you are fairly active when you start exercising, your goal should be 1,000 calories. But you must also have a long-term goal. This might be doubling the amount of calories you burn within six months of commencing your exercise program.

You might consider starting an exercise log. Here, you will record exactly what kind of aerobic, anaerobic, and stretching exercises you do each week. Be sure to include the number of repetitions you’re performing with each exercise. This way, you’ll have a concrete chart for your progress. Seeing how well you’re doing can be truly inspiring and can keep you going when you find it difficult to go on.

Another effective motivational strategy is to join a group that engages in some kind of exercise. For instance, you might become a mall-walker or you might find a local square dance club to join. Other possibilities include hiking groups, golfing groups, softball teams, or even ping-pong teams. The fact that you are part of a social network will help to keep you motivated.

You might try psyching yourself out by using a computer screensaver which says, “Get moving.?Or you might post a “get moving?sign on your refrigerator. In other words, you should be constantly reminded of the value of exercise. You might also invest in home exercise equipment such as a treadmill, elliptical trainer, or free weights. The amount of money you spend could be a powerful incentive for making sure that you use the equipment on a regular basis. You should also place the equipment in a prominent place so that you have to pass it often. After a while, you’ll find no excuse not to exercise.

You might also consider investing in exercise videos or DVDs. These allow you the convenience of exercising in the privacy of your own home. They can also give you an electronic “exercise buddy?who can help keep you inspired even on rainy days when you don’t feel like exercising at all.

Another effective idea is to place your athletic shoes near the door so that you are reminded of the need to walk rather than drive. You might also consider rewarding yourself for keeping with your exercise program. Your reward could be as elaborate as a cruise or as small as a treat from the dollar store. The idea is to make sure that your accomplishment is celebrated.

While we’re on the topic of celebration, seriously consider throwing a party once you’ve reached an exercise milestone. You can serve nutritious snacks and beverages and even encourage your guests to come in their athletic wear in order to build upon the party’s theme. Sharing your joy can help to motivate you to continue your physical activities.

It should be said that there is no right way to exercise. But you do need to make sure that whatever you do is effective and that you’re sufficiently motivated to do it. By following just a few simple tips, you can ensure that your exercise routine is not just a fad, that it will continue over the long term. Remember that you may face setbacks from time to time, but that shouldn’t stop you from continuing to try to reach your exercise goals.

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The Diet Experts Agree More Than They Admit!

By , April 21, 2015 8:31 pm

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Lately, I’ve been hearing a lot about how wrong for our bodies the current recommendations from our most respected medical institutions are. Well-known diet gurus and nutritional researchers have stepped up to the plate to declare that the high carbohydrate, low fat diet regimens recommended by such institutions as the American Heart Association, the American Diabetes Association and the United States Department of Agriculture are misinformed, and frankly unhealthy.
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Lately, I’ve been hearing a lot about how wrong for our bodies the current recommendations from our most respected medical institutions are. Well-known diet gurus and nutritional researchers have stepped up to the plate to declare that the high carbohydrate, low fat diet regimens recommended by such institutions as the American Heart Association, the American Diabetes Association and the United States Department of Agriculture are misinformed, and frankly unhealthy.
?Instead, they charge, our diets should include lots of high quality protein, fat should not concern us, and carbohydrates are the enemy. This has set the stage for battles between the weight loss industry and the health industry – with the only agreement between them seeming to be the need to lose weight.
?The problem is – they’re both wrong. And they’re both right. The most regularly leveled criticisms of each seem legitimate – until you examine the recommended diets in depth. Sit down and look at the recommended menus. Take them to the calorie calculators and compare ingredients and nutrients. I did, and what I found was a revelation.
?In the most practical sense, they’re all talking about the same diet.
?Oh, there are minor variations that have been grossly blown out of proportion by the advertising hype. There are misinterpretations that have been stated as fact. The bottom line of each and every one of the Atkins Diet, the South Beach Diet, the Zone Diet, the American Diabetes Association diet, and the American Heart Association’s Heart Healthy Diet — all of them – is to derive the greatest portion of your caloric intake for the day from low carbohydrate vegetables. Spinach, broccoli, cabbage – leafy green. Carrots, summer squash, deep rich orange vegetables. Fruits with high calorie and antioxidant counts. Whole grains – and this is where the controversy seems to arise.
?Almost without exception, proponents of the low carb diets for weight loss and maintenance have condemned the recommended diets for suggesting that adults should derive the greater portion of their diets from carbohydrates. What they fail to note is that also without exception, each of those ‘healthy’ diets strongly suggest avoiding white breads, starchy, processed foods, sweet snacks high in sugar and preservatives, and white rice.
?On the other hand, the medical community has roundly condemned the low carb diets for encouraging the consumption of a diet high in saturated fats and cholesterol. But there is also a strong suggestion in each of those diets along the lines of “eat only until you are no longer hungry”. .. and a minimum consumption of vegetables. Dinner’s minimum suggested amount of vegetables is 2 1/2 cups. How hungry will you be after consuming two and a half cups of vegetable?
?In the end, the bottom line of every weight loss program advertised is the same:

* Eat a well-balanced diet where most of the calories are derived from whole grains, vegetables and fruits.
* Eat fewer calories than you expend.
* Exercise moderately every day.
* Learn to eat that way as a lifestyle and you will lose weight-and keep it off!

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The Truth Behind Fat Free Food – Do Not Be Tempted By The Ads

By , April 19, 2015 6:55 pm

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Fat free food has become a phenomenon. Everywhere you go signs yell “fat free” as if to suggest that the food you are going to eat is healthier and less fattening. Many of us assume that fat free food is actually not fattening at all. A sad result of the “fat free” craze is people putting those extra pounds without realizing why.

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Fat free food has become a phenomenon. Everywhere you go signs yell “fat free?as if to suggest that the food you are going to eat is healthier and less fattening. Many of us assume that fat free food is actually not fattening at all. A sad result of the “fat free?craze is people putting those extra pounds without realizing why.

The word fat has many meanings. Two of them are fat in the food we eat and fat that we put on our bodies as a result of eating too much bad nutrition and not enough exercise. It is unfortunate that the word fat is used to describe these two totally different meanings. Because the same word carries those meanings many of us tempt to believe that as a result of eating fat free food we will not gain fat on our bodies.

The truth is that eating fat does not necessarily mean that this fat will be put on our bodies as extra pounds. Fat has more calories per gram than many other ingredients. Eating a lot of fat means consuming much more energy than our body needs and extra energy means the body turning this energy into layers fat reserves. It is really the energy in the fat and not the fat itself that is fattening.

So don’t think that just by avoiding fat you will avoid getting fat ?that is just not true. Fat free food is less tasty than food with fat. Many times in order to compensate for the lost of taste food companies add sugar and other ingredients to their products. Processed sugar is a very low quality source of energy. In fact the body can only use that energy for a very short time after it was consumed. Since most of us are not going to jog right after consuming sugar the body will have nothing to do with that extra energy but convert it to fat.

Sugar turns into fat in our body. Many people do not realize that or just ignore that fact. Consuming fat free food that is rich in sugar is not different than consuming food with a lot of fat or just consuming a lot fat and calories. The body is an amazing machine and it is very efficient. Energy that can not be used or is not needed is reserved for the future and the way in which the body reserves energy is by building extra layers of fat. So when we eat fatty food we actually just consume too much energy ?the reason we gain weight is not because we eat fat that sticks to out body but because that fat has too much energy and the excess energy is converted to layers of fat by our body. And when we eat fat free food that is rich in sugar our body will again have excess energy that can not be used and that will be converted to layers of fat too.

To conclude it is important to understand that fat free does not mean healthy or non fattening food. Always check the nutrition facts of the food you consume to determine that you are not consuming too many calories or too much sugar. It is better to have some fat in your food and less sugar than too much sugar and no fat at all. As always the best diet is one that preaches for moderation in the quantity of food and in its nutrition. Make sure your calories are consumed from nutritious ingredients and not from just sugar and fat.

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Weight-Loss – How a Gusty Oversized Girl Shed Her Fat To Become Extremely Attractive

By , April 17, 2015 6:26 pm

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How a snatch thief changed her life – Discover how Linda, a gusty oversized girl shed her fat to become an extremely attractive siren within 3 months, with some discipline and a weight loss program. Her true testimony can help you improve your health and your weight.

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I was smiling to myself when I read the story of Linda (name changed but the story is true and factual).

One day, a photograph of a big oversized girl in her early twenties was splashed throughout the newspapers in Malaysia. The photograph showed a plain looking oversized girl who was sitting on top of a hapless man, pinning him down by her sheer weight.

When I read the news story, it told of how Linda was the victim of a snatch thief who went for her handbag, but this gusty oversized pounder of a girl was not going to take it lightly. She pounced on the snatch thief and pinned him down, and yelled for help.

Oversized, and unflattering in looks, she spoke of having to walk alone back from work at a photo studio where she worked as a clerk, as she had no boy friend.

Three months down the road, I was again surprised by another photograph.

This time the photograph showed the same Linda – but as a dashing, slim and attractive girl. Gone was the fat, the flabby thighs, and what remained was a vastly improved Linda with new attractive looks, and a new wardrobe.

How did Linda make that transistion from oversized and shunned lady to a desirable siren?

What transpired was that when her photograph was published in newspapers nationwide, there was a boss from a Weight Loss and Slimming Centre who knew Linda would benefit from a course on dieting and weight loss and control. This owner sponsored her for this course, and so 3 months later, he had transformed Linda to a dashing beauty.

The crux of this story is simply this : You can undergo a course of dieting and weight loss, and emerge a physically better person. Going for a course means discipline, and stems an air of finality that you are taking the initiative to get yourself back into shape and better health.

For those who are in need, you can pick up a lot of pointers, tips and techniques for natural weight loss methods for free by reading testimonials and reports by others who have been through it all…and have gotten their shapes and sizes back. What remains is a self imposed discipline to take action. The battle of weight control starts in the mind, and that is where you need to start if you wish to have the best size, shape and weight. Once that is done, you are well on the road to an improved weight and better health.

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The Subconscious Control Of Your Diet And Weight Loss

By , April 15, 2015 5:14 pm

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What determines human behavior and in particular your eating behavior? I have yet to come across a psychiatrist, psychologist or physician who can answer this question, yet this is the most fundamental question if you wish to initiate lasting permanent behavior change. If you can not answer this question, how could you possibly expect to help someone make a change in there diet or insure permanent weight loss? How can you move forward if you do not definitively know what is m…

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What determines human behavior and in particular your eating behavior? I have yet to come across a psychiatrist, psychologist or physician who can answer this question, yet this is the most fundamental question if you wish to initiate lasting permanent behavior change. If you can not answer this question, how could you possibly expect to help someone make a change in there diet or insure permanent weight loss? How can you move forward if you do not definitively know what is moving you forward. What determines human behavior and in particular your eating behavior is simply information. Can you do anything in your life without talking to yourself or seeing a picture of what you need to do? Of course not! It would be a little bit like trying to read from a blank page. No information = no action!

The next question is: What are the components of this information? The components of the information that determines your emotional state and behavior are words and pictures. The next logical question then is how do you Recognize, Access and Change the information that is driving a behavior that simply does not work? This is where over 20 years of research and development come in with a program process now known as Burris MIND/FITNESS. MIND/FITNESS answers the last question with great precision and accuracy by virtue of starting out with the first two questions. In the resolution of any problem it is always about the question. Never has this been more relevant. Imagine if for the last 60 years psychologists asked, How can I fix it? instead of Why is it broken?!

Why You Absolutely Must Take Control of Your Subconscious

To give you an idea of the power of the subconscious, you can speak at a rate of about two to three hundred words per minute. Your subconscious runs at a rate of about one thousand to twelve hundred words per minute which is about four times faster than you can speak. This is why you can talk on the phone and perform other tasks like typing on the computer or driving a car because the subconscious is already programmed to do the other tasks. You can look at the conscious mind and the subconscious mind like a tug of war with a vat of mud in the middle for whom ever loses. The conscious mind is one-person on one side against the subconscious, which are four people on the other side. If the conscious decides to move in a different direction like changing your diet, losing weight, increasing your fitness program, quitting smoking or any number of other things, it is usually a losing proposition because you are simply out numbered with information. This is why it is so difficult to attain spontaneous change. Burris MIND/FITNESS will to make sure you have the most people on your side in the tug of war.

Burris MIND/FITNESS is based on the reality that all behavior is emotionally driven or in other words your emotional state = your behavior. How you feel about things you do will always determine whether you move toward them or not. You will always move toward perceived pleasure and away from pain. The key component of any behavioral change program must include how to get control of your emotional state. So what is the biggest difference between MIND/FITNESS and any other behavioral change program? The question MIND/FITNESS asks is: How can I fix it? as opposed to Why is it broken?

Example: If you get a flat tire on your car, do you want to walk back down the road to find out why you got the flat or do you want to know how to fix it so that you can keep moving forward? It is certainly not necessary to spend the last 40 years of your life analyzing the first 40 years of your life.

It is imperative that you understand how to take control of the subconscious because the mind is like a car without an off switch and an unknown driver, if you do not predetermine the destination. If you decide not drive it, it is going to drive itself or someone else may get in the seat and drive it for you. Someone else driving might be ok if you agree to where they are going but what if you do not like where they are going?

For the first eighteen years of your life someone else drove the car. This was usually with little or no consideration to the younger passengers. Almost every decision was made for you. You were told what to do, what to eat and learned how to react to any given situation. All of this information is stored in the subconscious and will arise randomly to determine your life’s path.

There are also a tremendous number of variables that can occur in your initial programming that may have little to do with your parents. The bottom line still remains. Do you, at some point, want to drive or do you want to continue letting someone or something else drive?

Regardless of weather your goal is a change in diet for weight loss, an increase in your fitness program or to take control of an eating disorder such as anorexia or bulimia. In the end the question you need to ask yourself is…Am I completely happy with the mind running itself or do I need to take control of it? If your answer is I need to take control of it, then Burris MIND/FITNESS is the answer and the ultimate self help program.

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The Weight Loss Cure

By , April 13, 2015 4:33 pm

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Dr. Simeon spent his whole life searching for the cure for obesity. Simeons’ theory was that the reason that fat people have such a hard time losing weight is not because of too much food and a lack of exercise, but something much greater, that serves as a constant injustice to them everyday.. A SLUGGISH METABOLISM!

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Through 30 years of international research and solid documentation, Dr. Simeons learned how to correct the slow metabolism with the administration of hCG.
Dr. Simeons discovered that with the administration of 125-200 units of hCG a day, along with a special 500 calorie diet, he was curing obesity in virtually ALL of his patients.
hCG is a hormone that is derived from pregnant women’s urine. It is first created by the embryo and then later by the placenta.
Royalty and the wealthy alike paid Dr. Simeons upwards of $20,000 per treatment in order to keep this protocol a secret, reserved only for the rich and famous in hisanti-aging clinic in Rome.
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Now, through the courage and connections of Kevin Trudeau, that this secret is finally being brought to light in his New York Times Bestseller, “The Weight Loss Cure.”

Obesity is a very spread problem nowadays and people all around the world are searching for solutions, whether they activate in health clubs, follow diets or other methods in order to lose weight and lead a healthier life.

The variety of solutions found does not mean that others do not appear day by day. One of them is the new book of Mr. Trudeau about weight loss. His main idea, presented in the book, is that the pharmaceutical companies prescribe medications, while other treatments can be as or more viable for certain conditions. This idea is not new, indeed, but the method he describes in his book may be a solution for weight loss. He describes in his writings home remedies and holistic treatments that can be used successfully today, as they have been for thousands of years.

Mr. Trudeau is known for his actions against treatments based on pills or diet and against the overuse of prescriptions of medication by the pharmaceutical companies. In his book about weight loss, he presents people another method for obtaining better and healthier results in their fight against obesity. He proved that his treatment is right by applying it to himself and losing weight.

His results were great, once he started the treatment described in his book. In six weeks, he lost no less that 45 pounds, and that, without any exercise. What happened was that his eating routine dramatically changed. In fact, this is the idea presented in the book: that you can look weight by following the instructions and your metabolism increase in the same time as the appetite decreases. The results cannot be denied. Mr. Trudeau looks a lot younger and healthier and thinner since the beginning of applying the treatment he is preaching about.

Many of you have tried a lot of recipes and treatments to no avail. This book may be the right answer for you. Anyhow, as with any other diet or treatment, consult with your doctor first as such a drastic change in your weight may trigger some health issues. Mr. Trudeau has tried many different diet and weight loss programs, but he always experienced a loss of weight followed by a gain of weight, so with no positive results.

If you are looking for an answer to your problem, maybe this book is the key. Read it and maybe this will work for you better than any of the other weight loss plans you tried so far. “The Weight Loss Cure” by Kevin Trudeau.
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The Holidays: An Emotional Feast

By , April 11, 2015 3:19 pm

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Why are November and December so toxic to our weight control efforts? Certainly there is abundant food available during the month long celebration from Thanksgiving to New Year. It is the season for non-stop parties and gifts of food from colleagues, friends, family, and customers.But more than just the food, there is a special atmosphere that descends on the Western World at the end of November.

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Every year, I swear that I will be thin enough to wear my smallest dress to the office party. And every year, I don’t quite make it. Oh, I can usually get into it by the beginning of February after a diet-obsessed, guilt-ridden January, but it doesn’t mean as much then.

Why are November and December so toxic to our weight control efforts? Certainly there is abundant food available during the month long celebration from Thanksgiving to New Year. It is the season for non-stop parties and gifts of food from colleagues, friends, family, and customers.

But more than just the food, there is a special atmosphere that descends on the Western World at the end of November. Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzai ?whatever the celebration involved ?evoke the onset of primitive emotions. We wax nostalgic over the holidays we recall from childhood. We turn towards family and traditions that have been absent from our thoughts for the rest of the year. We indulge ourselves in the joy of giving and receiving.

Cookies, and chocolates, and gift baskets bursting with preservatives, which we would politely refuse during any other time of the year, are now gratefully accepted in the spirit of the season. Food we would normally avoid ?creamed soups, fruit glazes, gravy, fruit breads, honeyed hams ?appear as comfort foods, warming and welcoming. Our sophisticated and world-weary veneer fades in the face of traditions that make us feel whole and contented again.

The goodwill we feel demands a context and a continuity that was established many years ago. Each December, we trot out the same old carols, enjoying the familiarity of tunes we learned to love sitting next to a glittering tree and a roaring fire. For a month, we emotionally step back in time to reconnect who we are with who we were. Despite its current crass commercialism, we need the holidays to remind us of our roots, our values, and our beginnings.

So this year, I am going to throw myself into the fray, eat whatever I want, and let the chips fall where they may. I can always wear something else to the office party and there will be innumerable occasions in the New Year when I can attain caloric virtue through deprivation and denial.

This year, I’m going to have guilt-free, unalloyed, and omnivorous fun.

Bon Appetit!

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