Think 50 years of brain function research on self-control can help you with your relationship with food? I sure do, like this research from “The Marshmallow Test: Mastering Self-Control:
When our self control efforts fail, we have a hidden ally that in time helps us feel better, or at least not too awful, no matter just how badly we mess up or how harshly life treats us.
The Psychological Immune System creates a safety net to protect us from the effects of chronic stress and it fortifies us so we can cope with terrible news….While the biological immune system keeps us alive by protecting against illness, the psychological immune system reduces perceived stress….The stress-reducing and anti-depressive effects of the psychological immune system bolster the biological immune system and the two continuously interact to try to keep us smiling and healthy even when life is especially harsh.
So now you know more about how your brain truly functions. Does your weight loss and fitness plan account for the Psychological Immune System? The EET Fitness Plan does, and that’s why so many have been successful with it for years without forbidden foods, or calorie/point restrictions.
We are in the process of getting some reviews of our new fitness book, and have already gotten some great and helpful feedback we’ll share soon!
Those interested can now also take a “look inside” on Amazon HERE –you can read the intro and contents and get a feel for the book. If you do buy it and it’s not formatted well on your device, shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can send you the PDF at no extra cost of course.
More about Go Easy Fitness coming soon.
Over the next several weeks, while we’re being reviewed, I’ll be answering specific questions about Go Easy Fitness and you can learn how to succeed much more quickly by joining the discussion at The EET Community today! You’ll likely hear from several EET clients who are successfully using the Go Easy Routines too! Go HERE to check out the discussions already in progress!
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