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Fed Up Challenges America about the Dangers of Her Eating Habit

Obesity is a serious issue. Statistics show that 95% of all Americans will be overweight or obese in two decades. This will lead to high rates of diabetes and the worst public health crises the world has never seen. Fed Up is a documentary with a mission to open the eyes of Americans to the impending danger and get them to change their eating habit. Government Ignorance Exposed Fed Up shows how the US government and allies ignored the effects of dietary sugars in increasing obesity and other diseases when…

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Become A Better You, One Habit At A Time

You саn dо juѕt аbоut аnуthіng іf уоu break dоwn thе task іntо habits. You аrе mоrе lіkеlу tо ѕtісk with good hаbіtѕ over thе lоng run if you ѕtаrt wіth tіnу habits thаt аrе іnсrеdіblу еаѕу іn thе beginning. When уоu mіѕѕ a hаbіt once, gеttіng bасk оn track and ѕtісkіng wіth thе nеxt оссurrеnсе оf thаt hаbіt ѕhоuld become thе tор priority іn your life. in Superhuman by Habit by Tynan, you will find brilliant steps to becoming the best version of yourself, one habit at a time….

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Make Good Habits Stick Easily With Productive—the Habit Tracker

Building good habits like establishing an exercise routine, reading every day, or drinking enough water take a lot of focus and motivation. At times, it can be easy to forget to continue your good habit once you started. Some days you might lack the motivation to even try. You might have found that once you’ve gone a few days without your good habit, you lose enthusiasm to continue. 80% of New Years resolutions fail but the second week of February.[1] It is a wide spread, and common problem. What we need,…

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Book Summary: The Power of Habit in 2 Minutes

Habits stick because they create craving. Kicking a bad habit is hard because you develop a craving for the reward at the end of the habit loop. The golden rule of changing any habit is: don’t resist craving, but redirect it. Keep the same cues and rewards, but change the routine that occurs as a result of that craving. Book Detail: Author: Charles Duhigg Publisher: Random House Trade Paperbacks (January 7, 2014) Language: English How long to read 5 hours 15 minutes Get this book! Here The post Book Summary: The Power of Habit…

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What You Eat Matters! Use Myfitnesspal to Keep Track Of Your Eating Habit

It’s easy to remember what you had for dinner yesterday, but what if I asked you what you ate last Friday? Most of us have difficulty keeping track of our food choices. When you don’t record what you’ve eaten, it’s easy to overeat. Recalling what you had for breakfast, lunch, and dinner is one thing, but do you remembering snacks can be problematic. Did you take one of the doughnuts that your boss bought for the office? Would you remember the late-night ice-cream binge or the post-work-week snack attack? Even…

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It Is Not About How Fast You Can Build A Habit, It Is What You Build That Matters

It seems like many of us are obsessed with figuring out how long it takes to turn over a new leaf these days. There’s a popular myth that 21 days is the magic time frame for forming a new habit.[1] The now-busted 21-day myth is a commonly misinterpreted finding by Dr. Maxwell Maltz.[2] When he conducted rhinoplasty on his patients, he noticed that it took them a minimum of 21 days to get used to looking at their new faces. He also noted that it took him about three weeks…

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Successful People Make Learning a Daily Habit Effortlessly by Mastering These 4 Tricks

It seems more and more difficult to find people nowadays who love reading books even when they are not forced to. As soon as we get out of school, we are eager to reject any form of learning, including reading books of our own free will: never reading another book in their life seems to be true for one-third of high school graduates, and even 42% of college graduates follow their path. Very high percent of adults and families also shy away from going into a bookstore, buying a book,…

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Check-in Day 3: Make Meditation My Daily Habit

You want to make meditation your daily habit because it helps… reduce stress improve concentration encourage a healthy lifestyle increase self-awareness slow aging benefit cardiovascular and immune health increase overall happiness With all the recap of tips and additional advice to make meditation your daily habit, you should be very on track in meditating every day. But if you still encounter certain difficulties in meditation, Check the FAQs to overcome all the possible barriers. 1. How to not fall asleep when I meditate?  Avoid meditating too close to bedtime so that doesn’t become…

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