For years now, studies have proven that less food decisions lead to better food choices. People who eat the same thing every day live longer and are healthier.
Try to have the same thing for lunch over the next five days. The goal is not weight loss. And, remember, most of the world subsists on beans and rice.
If you find yourself “bored,” tolerate the boredom. Examine this experience.
Choose to mentally focus on more meaningful endeavors than what you will consume throughout the day. In many ways, narrowing food allowance is a discipline. A religious vow of poverty is simply about reducing options; frivolous thoughts are the brain’s way of distracting us from us. Initially, fewer choices create frustration, but tolerance increases, acceptance begins. And eventually - appreciation.
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chance favors the prepared mind.” Louis Pasteur