Matter of Morale

Psychologically, have you made a firm commitment? Don't start something this important with the shallow notion of "Oh well, I'll give it a whirl." At the least, you should have decided that you're going to commit two weeks of your life-without deviation or compromise-to doing Atkins.

If you can commit yourself to that, I expect great things for you. By the end of two weeks, you'll be walking with new energy, getting out of bed in the morning with new zest and joyously anticipating your encounters with the bathroom scale. You'll be so impressed with how you look and feel, continuing with the program for life will be a foregone conclusion!

A note about that new energy and zest: Are you ready to increase your current level of physical activity? Another important step in getting ready is to read Chapter 22 and have your exercise plan in place. (You may not want to implement this plan, however, until after the first two days on Atkins. In that forty-eight-hour period, you may feel tired and a bit off-kilter as your body makes its conversion from burning glucose to burning fat as its primary fuel.)

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Drop The Fat Now

Statistics For Obesity Are Rising And The Majority Of People Are Not Getting Enough Exercise Nor Are Having Any Regard For Their Health! Will You Finally Make Good On Your Promise And Set Your Goals To Improve Your Fitness And Live The Healthy Lifestyle You Want? With A Little Bit of Motivation, You Can Set Yourself On the Correct Path To Losing Weight And Feeling Great Using Nothing But Purely Natural Means!

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