Yes, it’s true. Breaking bad habits is hard work. Why? Habits can arise through repetition. Many are a normal part of life and are often helpful. In many situations, when behaviors become automatic, it gives us an advantage because the brain does not have to use conscious thought to perform the activity. This frees up our brain to focus on different things. I propose one should complete an assessment of those habits that must change and document them as a personal code to live by. Create a hard copy document and frame it to view regularly. This will help one to value the commitment to changing personal appearance. Will weight loss success follow? It can, if one maintains a resolve to evaluate and change those bad habits that attempt to dilute the draining potential weight loss success. Continuing to believe that more desire is the answer to weight loss success is not the answer. Happiness will come to those individuals who embrace the transformation from desire to success. But how?
December is here! There are only 31 days left this year. If you made a weight loss goal at the beginning of this year, it is still possible to finish strong! To help you lose the last stubborn pounds of fat for good, we’ve designed a meal plan for 25 days to help you focus on accomplishing your goal. Whether you had a goal this year or not, you can still join into this challenge to build a new habit of eating light and healthy.
This meal plan is laid out for 25 days and provides an average intake of 1200 calories daily. By the end of the plan, you can enjoy your time with friends and family while reaping the rewards of feeling accomplished and giving yourself the best holiday gift ever - better health and energy levels.
Are you ready to get started? Download our December calendar for ‘25 Days of Almased’ and keep reading for more details.
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