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Saturday, January 19, 2008

Enlisting Help

Studies show that when a person is held accountable for things, that is the time that they are most successful. This is the case when it comes to getting healthy. If a person can recruit a friend to join the low-carb lifestyle with them, they will have much better results. It just seems easier to stay on track when there is someone that shares a common goal.

Another plus to having an "accomplice" when trying to eat healthy is having someone call you on it when you get off track. It is more difficult to justify the cheating factor when you have another person who stays on the same eating plan as you do. Then you have someone to say, "If I can eat healthy, you can eat healthy." Enlist the help of a friend to get healthy with you. It can't hurt.

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