By Tracy Durant on October 3, 2012
You may have attempted to lose weight many times. There is a weight loss regimen you like, but you soon lose your motivation. You may have even tried some extreme methods for losing weight. Different people have different body characteristics and therefore will have different exercise and diet patterns. Eat a healthy diet full of nutritious food you enjoy and participate in enjoyable forms of physical activity.
By Sam Price on January 1, 2011
You were quite likely burning fat with success for that first few weeks right after you got into a whole new diet routine , merely to become caught at some phase later. As you start up a diet routine a few pounds are actually shed swiftly, only because a large amount of diet plans will be conceived to be able to deliver users ‘quick weight reduction’. Regrettably that ‘quick weight reduction’ is more commonly than not short-run weight-loss.
By Calie Austin on May 17, 2010
If you have ever tried to lose weight and found yourself overwhelmed by negative thoughts, you can probably agree that your state of mind has a lot to do with the state of your body. Many people would call this phenomenon the “law of attraction” – creating your outer reality by the power of your thoughts. This works with weight loss in the sense that whatever you focus on the most is what is going to manifest in your outer world. Releasing negative thoughts is vital – you know, those horrible, mean, cruel things you say to yourself each day.
By Carrie Spry on February 1, 2010
Everything in your life is determined by the thoughts you hold in your subconscious mind. You need positive statements to build a positive mind. If you consistently repeat these statements, you will create positive subconscious thoughts. These statements are called positive affirmations.
By Dr. Jay Polmar on September 11, 2009
Most people can’t believe it until they’ve tried it. 11 Minute Speed Reading is an amazing course because Dr Jay Polmar, founder of speedread.org, cut out all the hot air, and teaches you the major techniques in 11 minutes.
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