Experts say it takes about 21 days for a new activity to become a habit and six months for it to become part of your daily lifestyle. This is why cleanses and fad diets typically don’t equal long term success. There isn’t a magic powder and it won’t happen overnight, so try to be persistent and patient.
Don’t beat yourself up – obsessing over the occasional slip (uh…Valentine’s Day) won’t help you achieve your goals.
What can you do today?
Start over again. Recommit yourself for 24 hours. You can do anything for 24 hours right?
Drink lots of water and keep the bottle full; pitch any processed, sugary or junk food that is still hanging around; skip anything white- white bread, crackers, pasta and rice; eat your last meal 3 hours prior to rest- no snacking after dinner.
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Kimberly Young, M.S. is a practicing Nutritionist in Dallas, Texas. Learn about her integrative and functional approach to diet and nutrition at kyoungnutrition.com