Sure, no one diet is right for everyone. Such an extravagant claim should be looked upon with skepticism.
In the last few decades, I went from meat-eater to vegetarian to vegan to full-on raw foodest for one entire decade. Just recently I made a conscious decision to eat seafood, and goat cheese.
And it had nothing to do with what Dr. Oz says. For the sake of my B 12’s and certain proteins, I started ordering fresh-catch on holidays.
Now it’s an infatuation. I catch myself fantasizing about my next indulgence. I’ve never eaten fish before. I hated seafood as a kid. And most of my adult life has been spent as a vegetarian.
My clients haven’t minded.
Sooner or later, you alter the pattern. I’m in the pattern-altering business. Replacing redundant habits with beneficial ones, incrementally. And enjoying the process.
For example, some people need to grow to love their workouts, or working out in general. You can’t push them. If they haven’t worked out most their life, of course their body doesn’t feel like moving much. They have to be slyly coaxed out, and given a gentle nudge in the right direction at just the right moment.
Hot Yoga is starting Wednesday, September 14, at 7:30 pm. Let me know how it looks for you, my yoga friends, and even you unfortunate souls who haven’t tried Niki’s class yet.
$6 a class with 10 pack. Complementary fruit plate and ice tea. Good company.
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