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How many times you started a new diet only to quit after a month and feel guilty about it?
The problem when starting a new diet is that we usually create strict rules that make us feel guilty and stressed when we break them.
Not only that, unrealistic and general goals like "lose weight" won’t help us stay motivated for long periods of time.
Having a healthy diet shouldn’t be difficult or painful, you should be able to eat healthy food without sacrificing the dishes you love.
Changing our food is only 20% of the work, we can always go to a nutritionist and he’ll give us a sheet with the food we can eat (or suppose to eat). 80% of the work is to change our old eating habits, this requires the correct psychological approach and self-control strategies.
In this book you will learn what foods you can eat in abundance (without counting calories!) and still lose weight. It is not about HOW MUCH you eat, is about WHAT you eat.
* Healthy eating principles.
* How to burn fat.
* How to create muscle.
* Protein sources.
* Protein sources for vegetarians and vegans.
* Myths about food.
* How to gain weight fast for hardgainers .
* The fattest method to gain weight (GOMAD).
* Self-control techniques for a healthy stress-free diet.
* How to recover from relapses.
* 4 exercises to improve your eating habits.
* 5 worksheets.
* And more ..
Stop relying on the magical concept of "willpower" and learn the most effective techniques to help you create real behavioural changes to feel motivated and enjoy your food while burning fat and creating muscle.
Say goodbye to rules, stress and weight loss pills, learn how to lose weight, motivate yourself and get rid of that extra fat once and for all.
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About the Author
Ed Martin studied psychology and has been training and competing consistently in Martial Arts for the past 7 years. He specializes in clinical and sport psychology, helping people overcome emotional and social problems such as depression, anxiety and anger disorders. He also mentally trains athletes to reach peak performance in competition and helps people create and stick to a fitness and nutritional programs that will lead them to results they want. "Doing sports is not about the medals and trophies. I see a sports as a self development tool that will help you become the best person you can be." -Ed Martin. Edward has been studying the field of self-devolpment for years and with the help of his psychologist background has been able to discard the strategies and techniques that have been proven effective at scientific studies from the ones which are there just take your money. He believes that every person has the potential to become great at what they want only if you're patience and willing to the pay the price of success. "There's no easy way out. Success and change are difficult to achieve and the easy and fast methods people try to sell you won't work most of the time. But with the help of science, your long term commitment and hard work you can make it enjoyable and thrilling." - Ed Martin.