It also doesn’t account for the fact that food additives (and sugar) have other negative affects in the body besides just increasing bodyweight. They also influence disease, inflammation, hormones, and more.
Your Tiny Habit(s) For Today
So if making sure we eat the right stuff accounts for 70,80,90% of our results… do your daily actions reflect that?
In other words take a look at your schedule this week.
How much of that time is spent exercising, and how much is spent preparing ahead of time your system for eating healthy?
Do you spend four hours working out, but only one day a week cooking at home?
Do you eat out every day and then just try to “work out hard” after you eat poorly?
Sit down for a minute and really think about how you’re dividing your time.
Is 90% in the right quadrant it should be in?
Have you fallen into this trap before? Tell me your thoughts below.
The study mentioned: http://bjsm.bmj.com/content/early/2009/09/29/bjsm.2009.065557.abstract