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6 Easy Steps to Lose Weight

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These six steps may sound too easy to be true, but each is rooted in science and neuro-linguistic programming. Read the list. Copy it. Post it. E-mail it to a friend.

1. Flood your brain hundreds of times each day with the positive affirmation, “I choose to eat carefully and exercise with vigor.”

2. Buy a pedometer and learn how many steps you actually take. Ideally, you will be taking between 8,000 and 10,000 steps each day.

3. Give yourself a special goal each and every day. This is called your “today goal.” For example, “Today I’ll pass up all snacks and desserts,” or “Today I’ll work out with my hand weights for 5 minutes.”

4. Pick a weight loss plan that has worked for you in the past. For example: counting calories or Weight Watcher points.

5. Email a friend each day and tell them how you’re doing. Tell them if you’re saying your affirmation, the number of steps you’ve taken, your calories or points, and any weight loss tip that you would like to share. If you screw up and eat an entire cake, let them know.

6. If you slip, start at the top of the list and do it all over again. All research shows that if you keep at it, you will develop a new lifestyle and you will lose weight.

If you follow these six steps, you’ll change the neuro-landscape of your brain. You’ll think differently, feel differently, and behave differently, and you’ll reach your weight loss goal.

Make the choice. Embrace these six scientifically proven weight loss tenants. Become the weight and the person you are meant to be.
 

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