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I know exactly what to do! (So why am I still not in shape?) | PrecisionNutrition.com

The emphasis is mine…

Once you reach a certain level of knowledge and experience, the missing link is no longer a new exercise program, the perfect nutrition plan, or a new supplement to try.

The one thing you’re missing is this: being accountable—to someone or something—for your workouts and nutrition.

“Accountability is the acknowledgment of responsibility for your actions with the obligation to report, explain, and be responsible for the resulting consequences.”

In other words, accountability keeps you consistent because you have to report back what you’re doing—or not doing—in the gym and in the kitchen to someone else.

I know exactly what to do! (So why am I still not in shape?)

If you’re active and knowledgeable about health and fitness, but still aren’t quite in shape like you think you could be, you’re probably just missing one or two crucial pieces. In this post I’ll tell you what those are – and share two key strategies for getting on track.

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How to Reverse Type 2 Diabetes, The Quick Start Guide – Intensive Dietary Management

How to Reverse Type 2 Diabetes, The Quick Start Guide – Intensive Dietary Management

Twenty years ago, when you bought a brand sparkly new VCR machine, you would also get a thick instruction manual. Read this thoroughly before you start, the manufacturer would implore. There would be detailed setup procedures and troubleshooting guides. Most of us ignored the manual, just plugged it in and tried to figure out the rest.

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7 Signs of Gluten Intolerance | Body for Wife

7 Signs of Gluten Intolerance

Carbz = evil. Won’t someone think of the children? Gluten is like, bad, and stuff. And eating it is the cause of global warming, economic meltdown, and mothers letting their babies grow up to be cowboys. Justin Bieber’s Lamborghini drag racing arrest? Toxicology report positive for gluten. Here are seven…

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To Epiphany And Beyond! Finding Your “Why” Of Weight Loss | Body for Wife

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PLOS ONE: Perceived Weight Discrimination and Obesity

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A Teacher Lost 56 Pounds Eating McDonald’s & People are Pissed | NiaShanks.com

“The point is to show that if you reduce calories below expenditure, you’ll lose weight regardless of (and despite) the nutritional components. I’ll also add the most important aspect of any diet is adherence. Sure, it’s nice to speak of ideals. But what good is giving someone a “healthy” nutritional approach if they don’t follow it?”

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How I lost 150 pounds in one year » AaronGleeman.com » Aaron Gleeman’s Baseball and Minnesota Twins Blog

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The Easiest Way to Lose 125 Pounds Is to Gain 175 Pounds — Medium

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A Cornell scientist came up with four ways to lose weight without dieting – Quartz

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Vox: Unless you’re a heroin addict, you probably don’t need to detox. Here’s why.

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