How long do most New Year Resolutions last?

80% of New Year Resolutions fail by the second week of February so they only last six weeks - at the most.

Many of us make New Year's resolution's because we have a strong desire to make a healthy change to our life, but 80% of resolutions fail after just six weeks.

This is generally because New Year's resolutions are vague, unrealistic and don't follow a system or method except the willpower method.

The willpower method doesn't work for most people. In fact it's not a method, it's a dream.

Using the willpower method to eat healthier food, exercisemore, or lose weight will not work - or perhaps it will work for six weeks and then it fails.

If you want to lose weight and be able to control your weight, you need to understand how your body works and you need to have a method that works

Try reading Stepbac® from Overeating based on the Stepbac® method. 

It will teach you how to stop eating too much.

It's written in plain language with clear explanations and Illustrations

Available as Kindle e-book and in paperback.

DISCLAIMER. Individual results may vary

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