How to Break the Cookie Habit

by Anne Bennett on November 6, 2016

Charles Duhigg, author of The Power of Habit:Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business,¬†¬†explains why habits exist and how we can change them. Since much of our eating involves habitual behavior, there’s plenty of food for thought here for those of us watching our weight. Listen to him and consider how changing your habits might help you gain control of your eating.

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Mike Boothe November 8, 2016 at 9:48 am

Thanks for posting this Anne. My “time” is about 10:00 a.m. sometimes 2:00 or so, but often its only coffee.
If I’m in the office, I drink a diet pepsi. Then it could be anything– apple, baked chips,pretzels, Halloween candy, crackers w/ pb, etc. Almost anything. But if I’m driving it is almost always something i shouldn’t have–m&m peanuts 2 serving bag, baked or regular chips, almonds, etc. Sometimes an apple.

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