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Enjoying healthy foods – including low fat protein, fiber and complex carbohydrates – is as much about attitude as it is about habitchoice. Recent studies show that what you eat is certainly important, but even more important is how you think about what you eat.

It turns out that most of our food choices aren’t really “choices” at all – they’re habits. And these habits are, in large part, defined by your attitude. Staying positive and regularly giving yourself praise, rewards and pep talks is one of the most important things you can do to maintain your healthy lifestyle. If … Read the rest

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