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Dave Corder, NSCA-CPT

  Four easy steps to quit junk food
  By Dave Corder, NSCA-CPT

   Imagine being 100 percent of free of junk food for the next 30 days. How would you feel? How many empty calories would you save yourself from? Read on for how you can quit junk food.
   
   No. 1: Get rid of all the junk food in your home, office and car. Go through with a big garbage bag and toss anything that remotely resembles junk food.
   
   No. 2: Stock up on the healthy stuff. Donít worry, you arenít going to starve now that your junk food has been cleared out. Go to the store and stock up on delicious, nutritious foods that will take the place of the junk food. Nuts, seeds, fruit, veggies, hard boiled eggs, meatballs, and hearty salads or burrito bowls are great items to have on hand. Youíll eat less of these healthy snacks, since these arenít empty calories, but rather nutrient-filled calories that satiate.
   
   No. 3: Halt! When the next craving strikes you, tell yourself to HALT! This word is actually a handy acronym. Ask yourself, ďAm I hungry, angry, lonely or tired?Ē If youíre hungry, reach for one of the healthy snacks. If youíre angry, explore the issue and seek resolution. If you are lonely, reach out to a friend. If you are tired, grab a nap or get to bed early to catch up on sleep.
   
   No. 4: Stick with it! The first day without junk food will be the hardest. The second day will be easier; with every day, itís gets easier. Your taste buds adjust to the foods you exist on. Stick with it, one day at a time, and you will break free from the grip of junk food addiction.
   
   David Corder CPT
   719-331-3352
   Perfect Fit Wellness Center
  
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