One Bad Day Does Not Destroy Your Program

Okay. So you had a bad day. Don't beat yourself up over it, and don't let one bad decision send you spiraling out of control. Refocus and get right back to the dietary concept at your next meal. Get back to making decisions that improve your health and your happiness. You are who you choose to be. No one meal or bad day destroys your program.
Here's the beauty of this concept, one meal only affects you for 4 to 6 hours. So if you go off track you only messed up for 4 to 6 hours. You do not have to give up for the rest of the day. Jump right back on the concept at your next meal and put yourself into fat burning mode for another 4-6 hours. 
You should not expect to be in 100% compliance with this dietary concept every meal every day for the rest your life. We are not perfect beings and executing this to perfection is a wild expectation. 80% compliance should be your acceptable goal.
Please call us with any questions
Andre Brooks - Program Director

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