How To Start Leading a Healthy Life
Do you ever look at yourself in the mirror and wish away those muffin handles? Or that baby fat that you never quite managed to lose?
Leading a healthy life is something many of us aspire to. But it's just so easy to get caught up in "I don't have enough time" or "I'll start next week".
We're so comfortable in our daily routine that it's difficult to break out and make new habits.
95% of Our Brain is Subconscious
There's actually a really powerful reason why we prefer comfortable and familiar. Most of brain acts on "autopilot".
That's super useful when it comes to performing repetitive tasks such as brushing your teeth.
You don't need to "remember" to brush your teeth.
You just do it on autopilot.
The problem is that we also do a lot of "not so great" things on autopilot. Like reach for a jar of cookies when we're feeling stressed.
Making New Habits is Easy
On one hand, making new habits is easy when you become aware that you're fighting "familiar and comfortable" autopilot. You just have to get your brain to take control of your body again.
Except that "body autopilot" is quite powerful. (Can't remember actually reaching for the cookies but you seem to have finished the entire packet?)
Start By Making One Small Change
Do something small and different!
Walk the kids to school a different way. Even if it's just the other side of the pavement!
It may feel strange but that's the point.
Re Program Your Brain with the Easy Family Health Boost
Over the next 2 weeks I invite you to think about your eating and lifestyle in a new way.
It's going to be fun and easy! (And you don't have to cut out cake or cookies entirely!)
To access the complete "Easy Family Health Boost", you can find out more here. (You'll also get a free copy of the recipe book "YUM" when you sign up for a free membership. You just have to create a password. If you aren't prompted to do so when you first sign up, you'll be emailed the details. So look out for the email!)
See you in the Easy Family Health Boost!
Dr Orlena Kerek