It takes time to make a impact, one day of eating well doesn’t cancel out one day of eating poorly. It is all about staying consistent and making sure you don’t give up on you or your diet. It also helps if you do a little thing alongside all your hard work in the gym. A easy thing that can make a hug difference over a large amount of time is food substitution. So instead of getting a after dinner cookie, try a apple or banana. It is sometimes easier to replace food with a healthier option instead of just out right taking it out.
Another good food substitution is chewing gum, most people don’t realize that they are not really hungry and that they really just want to chew on something. Another funny body trick is that you should try drinking water before you eat cause some times you can mistake hunger for thirst. This is definitely subjective, but remember a small thing has a large impact if applied for a long enough time.
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