New Years Resolution, by NutrilHealth.com
For every man who transforms himself this year, there will be countless others who will stall, relapse, or never actually begin to change. What makes the difference? And how can you be among the group whose January 1 resolutions see the other side of April intact? The answer may be as simple as “Focus on February.”
How so? Researchers from Sheffield University in England found that sticking with something for five weeks is more likely to turn it into a habit, a lifestyle change. They monitored 94 people at a gym for 12 weeks, and found that those who showed up and sweated for five weeks straight had a much better chance of lasting the study’s duration. “During the 5-week period, there seems to be a shift from initial voluntary control to repeated habitual behavior,” says Christopher J. Armitage, Ph.D., the lead author.
(The HCG diet is 26 days plus maintenance of 21 days, for a total of 47 days or a little over 6 weeks! So it is great for changing your eating decisions and habits! OK, so back to the article…)
The implications are huge: In a little more than a month, you can overcome your worst habits. Five weeks. Count ’em on one hand. Could it be any easier?
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