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The Easiest Way to Lose Fat

Alright, I’m going to admit something … a confession, of sorts.

…I LOVE food.

Even more, I love GOOD food!  Homemade, super tasty foods. 

Desserts?  Yup.

Ice cream in particular.  Good ice cream, like the milk shake I enjoyed the other day when my brother was in town … made with Bourbon Ball Ice Cream.  Yummmmm.

So, you’re thinking, THAT’S the easiest way to lose fat?  Enjoy all those good foods?

Not at all.

It’s not to keep those foods in the house!

Maybe that sounds too simple.  Something you certainly don’t need a PhD to figure out.

But while simple and certainly effective, it’s not always that straightforward.

Women say to us all the time "but these are in my house for my kids or my spouse." 

No one NEEDS these foods.  Someone has to buy them.

Don’t buy them and they won’t be there.  Just like me, you’ll eat the foods that are staring you in the face. 

So why did I start off by telling you how I love good foods and had a fantastic milkshake the other day?

Because the key is I don’t keep those foods around because I love them.  We went to a great local ice cream shoppe — The Comfy Cow — to get the milk shake.  When we came home, it was done.

And it will be awhile before I go back.

These are occasional treats, not everyday treats.  But when they’re staring you in the face day after day, they become everyday treats.  And everyday treats cause unwanted weight gain.

Mohr Results Bottom Line: Don’t overthink the fat loss puzzle — get the junk out of your house so you’re left with the better options to fuel your body to achieve the goals you want to achieve.


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3 Responses to The Easiest Way to Lose Fat

  1. Frank November 17, 2010 at 4:29 pm #

    Hi Chris,
    Is there any way to make healthy pancakes for breakfast. I miss having these once in a while and was wondering if you have any healthier options.


    • Chris and Kara Mohr November 19, 2010 at 8:33 am #

      Hi Frank, try replacing the white flour with whole wheat. You can also replace the oil with applesauce or pumpkin puree if you wanted a little fall flavor in there.

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