the #1 reason people fail in their health-recovery efforts

HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR ODDS OF ACHIEVING AND MAINTAINING GREAT HEALTH
BREAK YOUR ADDICTIONS

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“Fail”.  The word has become synonymous with the sort of hijinx seen on America’s Funniest Home Videos (take a look at YouTube if you’re not sure what I’m talking about).   Today we are going to talk about another kind of fail — the kind of fail that happens to your health if you don’t take the appropriate steps to succeed in regaining it and maintaining it.   Health won’t happen without a plan and some effort.   And when it comes to LOSING WEIGHT, getting healthy, and maintaining that health — instead of the crazy yo-yoing that we Americans are notorious for — I believe there is an overarching reason for our mass failure —- Addiction.

There are any number of reasons people fail.  They take too many prescription drugs (HERE).  They are lazy.  They think they can’t afford to eat healthy (HERE).  They see themselves as healthy even when they are far from it (HERE), they view their weight as the ultimate marker of their health (HERE), they listen to their doctors dietary advice (HERE and HERE), they hurt too much to exercise (HERE), they fail to address GUT HEALTH, they………..    I could go on ad nauseam, but I think you get the point.   The truth is, EXCUSES are easy.

I get it — there are some of you out there who have tried seemingly everything, and still struggle.  This post is not necessarily addressed to you (HERE is where you need to go).  It’s addressed to the addicts.  That’s right; I believe that ADDICTION TO SUGAR AND HIGHLY PROCESSED FOODS is the number one reason that people fail in their bid to reclaim their health and their weight.    Addictions are a bummer.  But you can defeat them.  I mention this now — as we near the “Holiday Season” (Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years) because it is a time that people seem to ‘blow it’ in a big way as far as their health and weight are concerned (HERE).  If you are interested in breaking free of your food addictions, there are some tricks for doing so.  Just click the long link above and start reading.

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