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wyldstallyns wyldstallyns 3 years
I personally went cold turkey on all refined sugars. I haven't had chocolate in months, and my parents have bars and slices of cake lying everywhere, it's really not that hard once you know how much better you feel without it... People think they "deserve it" and end up wanting more. 
Penelope-Hearts Penelope-Hearts 3 years
This post is awesome! Spring is definitely here and I myself am anxious if my body is already bikini ready. Anyways, I personally adhere to the following fitness philosophies: > I limit my fastfood eating. > I lessen my softdrinks/soda intake. > I moderate my alcohol drinking. (I say moderate, not totally stop. It's not good to deprive one's self, don't you think?) ;) > I make sure I have a healthy dose of fiber in my diet to get rid of bodily toxins regularly. > I consciously make an effort to exercise. If it worked for me, I hope it will also help many people in their road to healthy living! Cheers! http://blog.deliciousdietsdesign.com  
Assistant-Community-Manager Assistant-Community-Manager 3 years
Great tips!  I especially like the idea of a food journal and keeping track of everything that I eat!
Penelope-Hearts Penelope-Hearts 3 years
This post is awesome! Spring is definitely here and I myself am anxious if my body is already bikini ready. Anyways, I personally adhere to the following fitness philosophies: > I limit my fastfood eating. > I lessen my softdrinks/soda intake. > I moderate my alcohol drinking. (I say moderate, not totally stop. It's not good to deprive one's self, don't you think?) ;) > I make sure I have a healthy dose of fiber in my diet to get rid of bodily toxins regularly. > I consciously make an effort to exercise. If it worked for me, I hope it will also help many people in their road to healthy living! Cheers!
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