Anti-Dieter Mindset Video 2:
One Simple Step To Discover For Certain If You're Over-Eating (And What To Do About It)
Now that we’ve set your 1-year goal for achieving the Anti-Dieter Mindset, we can talk about some of the actionable steps you can start taking to lose weight.
Even though weight loss isn’t the ultimate goal, it’s still a big part of this process, and an indicator that you’re moving in the right direction.
The first step towards creating effective change with your diet is to create awareness around your eating habits.
And one of the best ways to create awareness is by tracking your calories and macros.
The reality is this:
We live in a society where it’s incredibly easy to over-consume calories.
By tracking your food, you’re able to learn more about the foods you’re eating on a regular basis and how they affect your fitness goals.
Now, a lot of people think that tracking calories is obsessive and tedious.
But if you go about it the right way, it’s not obsessive at all and shouldn’t take you more than 5-10 minutes per day.
(I’ll talk more about the right way to go about tracking in the next principle.)
From my experience, the people who don’t like tracking usually have one or both of these situations going on:
- Situation #1: They know they’re eating too many calories and don’t want to have to face it every day, or
- Situation #2: They’re putting themselves in too many situations where they don’t know how to track, which usually means they’re over-consuming calories.
When you recognize that tracking calories is simply a tool for creating awareness, you move one step closer to taking back control of your eating habits.
Then, you'll realize that YOU are the one in control.
Food (and your diet) doesn't control you; you control your diet.
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