After we figure out what kind of fuel we need for the body…
It’s time to develop a new schedule.
This, believe it or not is the tougher part.
What we eat is mainly based on self control. Changing the way we value the pleasure of taste (a immediate pleasure) Vs. The pleasure of the desired result (which comes more long term)
But, when we are changing the way our body breaks down food, you may feel more ‘physical’ and ‘metabolic’ changes- which are challenging at first.
But, don’t forget- It’s temporary… So stick with it!!
We have all heard the term “eating habits’.
Let’s focus less on the word ‘eating’… and more on the term ‘habits’.
Habits (or wonts) are routines of behavior that are repeated regularly and tend to occur subconsciously.Habitual behavior often goes unnoticed in persons exhibiting it, because a person does not need to engage in self-analysis when undertaking routine tasks.
Old habits are hard to break and new habits are hard to form because the behavioural patterns we repeat are imprinted in our neural pathways.
So, If Habit changing is how we see results. You cannot expect to do the SAME thing and get a DIFFERENT result. (That’s Insanity)
Therefore, If we WANT a DIFFERENT result- We MUST take DIFFERENT ACTION.
This WILL involve breaking our Old eating Habits that are not working- and Developing New different ones.
For this process I like to do a 21 days shift.
That’s about how long it takes for your brain & body to adapt to a new habit.
So always remember if you can do it for 21 days…. It will become automatic and the result is a bad habit broken and a new one formed. & even further- New results Occur!