How I retired from certain foods

When people ask about my success with getting healthy, I talk about retiring from certain foods. Not only do I choose not to eat them, I have no desire for them. As I was at the supermarket today, I walked through the bakery section past the freshly baked chocolate chip cookies and cupcakes with peaks of frosting and sprinkles — and none of them had any appeal to me. Here’s how I did it, and why changing one’s mindset towards food…

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A novelist and award-winning public speaker and technical writer. My novels Amiga and The Remainders are available now.

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Matthew Arnold Stern

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A novelist and award-winning public speaker and technical writer. My novels Amiga and The Remainders are available now.

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