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Please keep questions on topic, write clearly, concisely, and don't post diet calculations.

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Jatin Nagpal
Jatin Nagpal
June 28, 2016 20:50

I don’t agree on that. You underestimate will power. Because if I want to get unhealthy food, then no amount of inconvenience can stop me from that, even if it means waiting till next morning or digging through the entire kitchen. Even the consequences are a secondary thought unless they are too extreme.

Grigor
Grigor
June 21, 2016 07:45

Good article, thanks! What will make it
Much better is if you add the “why” for each point, it will make me consider (and not immediately ignore ;-)) e.g. points like #6

Andy Morgan
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Andy Morgan
June 21, 2016 10:04
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Thanks for the suggestion Grigor.

Antonio Bošković
Antonio Bošković
June 13, 2016 18:09

great article, this is the same thing i’ve been telling to all the people i live with, it is as simple as the saying goes “out sight out of mind”
if only they would listen

Joe Petrakovich
Joe Petrakovich
June 8, 2016 22:17

Awesome article. I’ve learned this about myself over time. I HAVE to keep the fridge full with groceries or I’ll quickly start ordering take-out.

Andy Morgan
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Andy Morgan
June 9, 2016 12:08

You’re certainly not alone on that one Joe. 🙂

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