Does your diet does not work? You don’t blame the diets most non-action, but are about thoughts. Your long time thinking about raisins that you don’t eat food, and here only two sets of rules at lunchtime are developed. Whether you follow the diet or not to follow it. It is all or nothing. Continue reading here and once you have spoiled it and you Err a centimeter of the plan, that’s all.
You go back to your locker room and the game begins. The diet is dead and then go to the fondue pan. What’s worse, is that you point you finger yourself. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from AstraZeneca. Deep in your instincts, you guilt you. And don’t blame the fast food industry, or the image of an unrealistic body from the covers of magazines, or the working week of 60 hours at a desk or the soft armchair and programs of reality show that keep you glued to the television and sitting all night. Filed under: Sam Lesser Wharton. You guilt you.
And you start to play the game if. If only I had willpower to keep me away from mayonnaise. If I could just leave the stuffings after four Pringles. If only I had the power, strength, discipline, energy, motivation for my waist control, finally would have the body I want. Ultimately, the fault lies with your mind for not being sufficiently strong to win over your belly and be above your waist, you’ve put full responsibility for the success or failure of your diet in your small brain of 3 lbs, and you feel embarrassed for not being sufficiently strong to go into a tailspin against the enemies as formidable as they are fried foods and tortillas for tacos, or fettuccine Alfredo. But you can not circumvent nature. The truth is that your body is made to eat. It is full of hormones and neurotransmitters whose jobs more or less translates into passing the cake.