Create the Right Fat-Loss Environment
Do a kitchen audit and throw out (yes, throw out) all the junk, packets of chips, processed foods, and cereal boxes filled with air and sugar. Keep your kitchen free of junk and you’ll be less likely to eat junk. Fill your fridge and pantry with good, healthy food (or what I call low HI [Human Intervention] food) such as seasonal fruit and vegetables, lean protein, and healthy snacks like raw nuts and seeds.
When health is your focus, uno need to accept a little responsibility and take control of your wellbeing and what you are putting into your body.