According to recent research, the average person makes 200 decisions every day that will influence his or her weight. And most of these decisions aren’t monumental choices, like “Should I become an elite marathon runner?” or “Should I move to Wisconsin and live entirely on bratwurst and cheese curds?” Most, in fact, are tiny little choices—habits, really—that over the long run, lead us down one of two paths: The road to ripped, or the freeway to flab.And guess what? That’s great news! Because it means that you don’t have to run marathons—or even give up bratwurst—to start losing serious weight. You just need to break 7 very simple, common habits—tiny changes that have nothing to do with diet and exercise, but have everything to do with dropping pounds, looking great, and making a huge improvement in your health.


You can eat bacon!! 🙂

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  1. Ok, so this is coming at the perefect moment for me. The day after I began my weight loss journey for the bazillionith time!! I wanna hear more of what you have to say!

  2. I’m not sure that I have a lot of things to say on this topic. I am currently reading a book called Hope, Help and Healing for eating disorders by Gregory Jantz right now. I hope to have a review up next week. I think it’s a pretty good book. You might enjoy it.

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