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10 Weight Loss Myths for Rethinking Your Diet


With billions of dollars at stake selling diet supplements, promoting ab exercise gadgets, or filling your cart full of “fat free” foods, it’s hard to find the real truth.

Even nutrition specialists and food researchers confuse the message with contradicting advice on eating habits, food choices or dieting. There is not one prescription that fits all, so each of us needs to rethink the conventional wisdom and customize it to satisfy our individual preferences and behavior.

Junk food satisfies for a minute. Being fit satisfies for life.

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Avoid Dieting Negativity to Make Positive Changes That Last


Why is it that merely saying “diet” brings immediate thoughts of failure to the minds of many men and women? Diets are downers, so why not just avoid them altogether.

Diets take away pleasure, take away incentive and turns a positive lifestyle adjustment into a punishment.

Dieting is the kiss of death for many of us trying to lose weight and body fat. Don’t associate a negative with your fitness and health goals. Be positive instead.

95% of people who lose weight on conventional diet programs will eventually regain it all.

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Fit 50 Starters – Find Your Action Triggers


It is way too easy to get caught up in a spiral of lament, believing that you no longer have the power to make any changes to improve your body and lifestyle.

It’s never too late to start (in most cases), but starting is by far the hardest part.

After 50, battling the belly bulge and staying fit means changing a few of your routines and dietary patterns. Some sacrifices are necessary. Embrace them all and enjoy the overwhelming benefits of good health. Ignore them all and prepare for more hospital bills.

Getting a fresh start at fitness, despite being over 50, is not as daunting as it sounds.

Your sedentary ways are not permanent, just embedded.

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