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Change Your Mindset: Practice Fasting Better!

Dear Faster, As you know, Intermittent fasting can be a powerful tool for weight loss, improved health, and increased energy levels. However, it can also be challenging to stick to, especially if you have a hard time changing your mindset and habits.

Here are some tips to help you change your mindset and practice intermittent fasting better, faster, and stronger.

Focus on the benefits: Instead of thinking about what you can't eat during your fasting window, focus on the benefits of intermittent fasting. This includes improved insulin sensitivity, weight loss, and increased energy levels. By focusing on the positive outcomes, you can shift your mindset and stay motivated.

Start small: If you're new to intermittent fasting, it's important to start small and gradually work your way up to longer fasting windows. Begin with a 12-hour fast and gradually increase to 14, 16, or even 18 hours. This can help you build your willpower and confidence over time.

Plan your meals: It's important to plan your meals ahead of time to ensure that you're eating nutrient-dense foods during your eating window. This can help you stay on track and avoid making impulsive food choices.

Use positive affirmations: Positive affirmations can be a powerful tool for changing your mindset and building confidence. Repeat phrases such as "I am strong," "I am in control of my food choices," and "I am capable of practicing intermittent fasting" to help shift your mindset.

Find support: Surround yourself with a supportive community of people who are also practicing intermittent fasting. This can help you stay motivated and provide a sense of accountability.

Be patient: Changing your mindset and habits takes time and effort. Be patient with yourself and celebrate small victories along the way.

By changing your mindset and habits, you can practice intermittent fasting better, faster, and stronger. Remember, it's important to talk to your healthcare provider before starting any new diet or exercise program. With the right approach and mindset, intermittent fasting can be an effective way to improve your health and wellbeing.


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