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    December 23, 2010


    Richard Abadie

    It's really hard to eat healthy food and avoid to much sugar, carbs etc. Hope I can make it this year.

    Alexander J. Rinehart, MS, DC, CCN

    I'm seeing a widespread movement in business/health advice, to think big, but act small to make it happen. This means taking large goals, breaking down to system parts, finding 1-2 areas where you'll get the most bang for your buck...and focus on surrounding your environment with the behavioral triggers that will get you through those 1-2 small goals. Make them a habit, then move on to the next 1-2 can be frustrating at first in terms of intended results, but overtime you become regain more control over your health and feed a positive cycle instead of falling down a slippery slope toward chronic disease.

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