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Overcoming ‘All-or-Nothing’ Thinking When it Comes to Your Diet

Have you ever thought to yourself “I did so well on my diet this week that I deserve a cheat day this weekend?”  This is a common thought of chronic dieters—the all-or-nothing way of thinking. After a long week of strict dieting, eating until feeling stuffed, or just eating because it’s there becomes a lot easier because you are exhausted. This vicious cycle of deprivation, overindulgence and guilt is tiring and it rarely leads to long term success with weight loss. You can counteract this way of thinking by focusing on moderation. Read on to discover how to find the middle ground when it comes to your eating habits and the way you think about them.

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