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The 60 Day Fix Free

Published on 12/26/2016
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Insurance companies wouldn't have to fork out as much. Medical providers would be able to divert more of their attention to preventing disease, instead of managing chronic illness. The government wouldn't be in such a hot seat for the health care crisis. Big The 60 Day Fix Review Pharma might sell fewer drugs, but there are several new health-related industries that they have the expertise to tap into. Basically, we would all win.So back to our initial question: "Why are we so sick in the first place?"

If you step back and see the forest for the trees, our world has changed drastically in the last 50 to 100 years. With technology, and the availability it brings, we may have become a little complacent, a little too trusting that the magic cure-all pill is there for us.It is true that we are living longer. But I'm sure with increased longevity, everyone would want at least a reasonable quality of life and currently that isn't the status quo. So the answer to our question seems to choices.

Sometimes when we are not aware of our eating choices or diet, we create habitual or ritual eating patterns. It may be that every morning starts with coffee or a soda, or that you have a snack from the vending machine after lunch every day, or a bowl of ice cream after the kids are in bed each night. Whatever it is, the sign of habitual eating is the lack of decision-making about it; the decision has been made so many times in the past, at the same time/place, that the brain is on auto-pilot. "8:00pm - time for ice cream," or "We're at the mall and we always get a cinnamon roll at the mall."


There is little consideration for whether you really even want the ice cream or cinnamon roll (or what it would feel like to skip it) the craving has already been triggered by the habitual association of time or place and the food item.There are two issues here with regard to changing your food planning. The first is the unconscious consumption of empty calories. With habitual association, we don't even necessarily get pleasure from what we're eating because we're putting hand to mouth in a rut or unthinking way. If you're having an afternoon snack of potato chips just because you always have that for your afternoon snack, are you enjoying them? Do you taste them? Are you even hungry? Sometimes habitual foods serve a psychological function - a break from or reward for the daily grind. In either case, consider ways to take a break or reward yourself which does not involve food.

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