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Moderation in All Things
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Moderation in all things is a good philosophy.
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I’ve learned not to label food as good or bad.
I am learning to moderate my ”all or Nothing” mindset. If I have an ice cream, it's not the end of program. I accept it as the occasional treat it is and focus on staying on point
Thank you for this article. This is exactly where I am with my "dieting" right now. There is nothing I 'cannot' have. And this is something I can live with doing for LIFE!!
Good morning! Moderation is the key
Thank you, I think there should be a proper planning to follow in other to manage our weight and fitness level by eating in moderation and exercise regularly.
Thanks for the great article! :)
There are some very freeing strategies here. One I got from “Food Matters”: Instead of thinking I want this but can’t have it, say “I can have this but choose not to.” Boom! The power is yours!
Thank you very much! My take away: aim for progress not perfection. Yeah!
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