In today’s fast paced world Americans as a whole consume almost 50% of our daily calories away from home. These less-than-wholesome calories are not only accumulating around our waists and making us sick, but they area also draining our bank accounts.
When it comes to being healthy, there are two habits that will define your success; eating and exercise. In fact, everyone that you know who is in great shape has dialed in these two important habits.
If you aren’t happy with your body, it’s time to think about gradually making some adjustments to your eating and exercise habits.
Tell me if this sounds familiar to you. You put in weeks or months of dedicated, hard work in order to drop a significant number of pounds and fat for a special occasion; maybe a wedding, or party, or swimsuit season. But immediately after the big event is over, the incredibly easy (and frustrating!) reality sets in. Without your big event to motivate you, the pounds you worked so hard to lose are slowly creeping back on.
Do you have any unmet goals? If so, you aren’t alone. Most people are living with unfulfilled aspirations.
Unfortunately, many widely used self-help techniques fail to deliver results…until this approach.
Desserts are a delicious and fun part of life. Many family gatherings, parties and functions have amazing desserts to partake of. And what’s summer without a scoop of ice cream to beat the heat?
Unless…you start working towards a fat loss goal. Then dessert becomes the enemy that pops up at birthday parties and get-togethers in the forms of cake, cookies, cupcakes and candy, tempting you to give in.