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by gold stone (2019-04-05)

Go through your pantry, BioLeptin Review fridge, and freezer, and toss all of the junk. Cookies, crackers, Twinkies, chips, chicken nuggets, frozen pizzas, etc., etc., etc. If it's not in your house, you can't eat it.What are you going to have for lunch tomorrow? Are you going to take your lunch to work? If not, what will you buy? What's for dinner tomorrow? Figure it out one day in advance, and stick to the plan. Planning out your meals helps you avoid the fast food on the way home.While I believe that weight loss (I'm sorry, FAT loss) is 70% diet and 30% exercise, you still can't play down the importance of exercising, or activity. When restricting your diet, but not increasing your activity level, you can still lose weight - just not the right kind of weight. Exercising not only helps you lose more fat, it preserves muscle... which helps you lose more fat, and so on... Write down what your workout will be the next day and then do it. It becomes more "official" that way and helps to hold yourself more accountable.I work at the county jail. More specifically, a jail with two levels. Do you know how many people choose to take the stairs instead of the elevator? Very few. It's one flight of stairs. That's it. I remember the first time I decided to take the stairs instead of the elevator. I felt so lazy for not doing it sooner. Now I always take the stairs.Today, my wife asked me if I wanted a Redvine. MMMMmmmmmm... Redvines... I said, "No." I felt empowered simply because I showed a little bit of self control - I was in control. I had the choice to eat some very tasty candy, and I chose not to. I know what you're saying, "Big deal, so you decided not to eat a piece of candy." Well, I say that that is where it starts, with your own conviction and self control.Believe it or not, one of the most important parts of healthy dieting is actually to eat. What we mean when we say this is that you should never skip meals, if you can help it. To begin with, your parents weren't kidding you when they said breakfast is the most important part of the day.Sometimes it can't be helped, and that's all right; you've got your own priorities. You just don't want to make a habit of it, no matter how much you love sleeping until the last possible minute before getting ready for work or school.People that skip breakfast tend to lack focus in the mornings, and they run out of energy more easily as the day drags on. They feel starved by the time lunch rolls around, and they end up overeating before they feel satisfied.