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By the time we hit our 30s, most of us are pretty much set in our ways about most things in life. This is not necessarily bad. In fact, if some of our behaviors didn’t become automatic over time-what we call “second nature”–then we’d have to consciously think about everything we did, every single time we wanted to do it.
Imagine if you had to think about how to tie your shoes, button your shirt, drive your car, or even walk every time you did it. You wouldn’t have time for anything else. You’d never get anything done!
Fortunately, we humans are born with the remarkable ability to make some of our behaviors entirely automatic. Unfortunately, this can work both for us and against us.
For example, after a lifetime of exposure to our cultural norms, what’s the first thought that comes into your mind when you think about weight loss?
Right: dieting. Maybe you also think about exercise. But either way, the process is just as automatic as reaching for the keys when you want to start your car.
We are literally brainwashed to think “diet and exercise” when we think about weight loss. In fact, it would be just about impossible to think otherwise in this culture. We’ve been exposed all our lives to an endless (and largely unquestioned) barrage of weight loss ads that, in one way or another, focus on food or exercise.
We have been 100% programmed to make this association in our state.
Now, on the surface, this is logical enough. Since being overweight appears to be a physical problem, then it should have a physical solution, right?
And what would the obvious physical solution be? Eat less, move more, or some combination of the two.
This logic would be fine if our learned ways of thinking about weight loss were actually true. But what if they weren’t? What if it turned out that the real solution to weight loss had little or nothing to do with food or dieting?
“But that’s illogical,” you say. Obviously, eating less and moving your body more is the way to succeed at weight loss.” Are you sure?
Some “Solutions” Just Won’t Fly
Just about everybody is convinced that dieting and exercise are “obvious” solution to weight loss success. But if dieting and exercise really were the keys, wouldn’t millions of us be succeeding by now?
And today, if you said that the real keys to safe and lasting weight loss had nothing to do with dieting and exercise, just as many people would tell you you’re wrong.
Yet the Australian Statistic’s own statistics tell us that 19 out of 20 of those same people would fail at weight loss if they tried! Why? Because they keep on doing what has never worked and never will–never even considering that there might be a better way.
That’s just plain insane!
If you’ve had enough insanity to last you a lifetime, it’s time you learned about a little-known but highly effective way to get rid of your unwanted kilo’s. It’s safe, lasting, and it virtually eliminates the stress and struggle of old-fashioned Diet Industry approaches.
So if you need to change your state and your body contact us for a free diagnostic evaluation