How To Eat Less Junk Food

If you know how to eat no junk food please tell me, because I don’t have an answer for that one, and I don’t believe anyone, no matter how fit they are, who says they don’t eat cheat meals.

Check out the video and audio below to see 4 quick tips I use to eat less junk food:

  1. Will, your suggestion of eating junk food only for dinner and treating it as a reward is pretty good. That should do the trick.

    For your information, I’m currently not eating any junk food at all and not drinking alcohol.

    The only exception is a little bit on my birthday and over Easter. But that’s fine.

    Other than that I haven’t had any for about two months now. I just don’t crave it. Of course it helps that I’m into fitness and generally eating healthy and working out.

    I did eat a lot of junk over Christmas and in January, when I was traveling abroad. Also gained 10 lbs of fat during that time – which I have already lost again after a few weeks of dieting. No big deal.

    But that was party all done on purpose. I wanted to do an experiment and prove a point.

    In the end, I didn’t even enjoy all the junk food and alcohol. It messes up your energy and well-being. Got the facial bloat and all that too. Not worth it.

    However, I think one of the big reasons why you’re having junk and beer sometimes is because you’re in Thailand. You know, the sunshine, the easy-going girls and people, the relaxed atmosphere and all that.

    If you’re locked up in a Western workaholic prison with freezing cold and zero fun it’s much easier to “stay Spartan”.

  2. Alright, I’d like to give you a little update on this important topic.

    So, I’ve “slipped” a little. Over the last two weeks I had a couple beers and a few treats. Spring is here, and I was in a good mood out in the sunshine.

    Do I regret it? No. Am I aware that this could slip into bad habits if I let it? Yes.

    But so what! My physique is in the best shape ever, I’ve built close to 40 lbs of muscle naturally and my stomach is lean with visible abs.

    In many of your videos and articles you said that the purpose of life is to be happy, and having a bit of junk food here and there does make each of us happy, if we’re honest to ourselves.

    It really shouldn’t be a problem as long as it doesn’t mess up our health or energy levels.

    A good strategy that I found is to focus on healthy food and learn to love it. Plus going to the gym and building a physique. That gives me a reason and a purpose.

    Whenever I look forward to the gym and healthy food, I auto-matically crave less of the bad stuff.

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