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"First we form habits, then they form us. Conquer your bad habits, or they'll eventually conquer you."

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How to eat like a thin person

Is there something that thin people do that fat people don't? There are habits eating habits that thin people seem to naturally possess.

Read on learn what they are.

Enjoy the newsletter!

Cathy Morenzie


Feature Article

How to eat like a thin person

I had dinner with a friend last night who is one of those naturally thin people. Based on his physique you’d think he would have ordered a chicken breast and vegetables.—to my surprise he ordered pasta stuffed with sausages in a rich sauce.

Here’s the interesting thing…

He ate 9 of his ravioli and left one on the plate. ‘Aren’t you going to finish that,’ I asked in total disbelief. “I’m full” was his reply.

'Who cares if you’re full—there’s still yummy food on your plate’ ( I thought to myself)

You see, I suffer from the same mind-sets that many over-eaters also struggle with.

Somewhere along the line we’ve come to believe that:

  • We must finish all the food on our plate
  • We must eat until we’re stuffed
  • We must get our money worth by eating everything brought to us—including the never-ending baskets of bread.

Now I’m fortunate enough to have a career that allows me to burn a ton a calories a day, but if you’re not so fortunate or inclined then try these tips:.

  1. Take your time and enjoy your meal- it’s not a race
  2. Chew slowly and as many times as you can
  3. Put your fork down between each taste
  4. Most importantly-- stop when you are full.

These are just a few common sense secrets to help you eat like a thin person.

Until next time,

Cathy

P.S. For more tips, solutions and practical advice on how to eat, think and move like a thin person sign up the newly revised harmonic health and wellness program.


Exercise of the Week

Exercise Description:

Oblique Bridge

Muscles Worked:

Core (obliques)

Instructions:
1. Start by getting into a lateral plank pose with your hips off the ground.
2. Your only ground contact points should be your feet and elbow.
3. Holding this position raise your outside leg keeping it straight until you reach full range of motion.
4. Return your leg to the starting position and repeat for the desired repetitions.
5. Switch sides and repeat.


About Cathy Morenzie

Cathy Morenzie is a certified personal fitness trainer, fitness instructor, and Pilates instructor. She specializes in providing creative fitness solutions for people on the go. She has trained thousands of clients and trainers over the last 15 years. For more FREE tips like these, contact us or call 416-410-8517 to schedule your complimentary session. Try the new 12 on-line weight loss program guaranteed to change the way you see your body and your health. Visit My Harmonic Health Satisfaction guaranteed !!


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