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How To Change Your Diet By Avoiding The Willpower Myth

by Eric Edmeades January 10, 2018

Have you ever thought, this is the year that I’m going to achieve a healthy lifestyle? But within days or weeks, you’ve reverted back to your old eating habits?

How To Change Your Diet For The Better — And For Good

Most people attribute this to a lack of willpower. They think they’re not able to achieve their goals because they lack this magical, elusive ability…

But the truth is, learning how to change your diet for the better isn’t easy, and that elusive willpower you feel you lack?

It’s a myth.

Willpower is a myth that makes us believe that our lives have to be harder and that we have to spend massive amounts of energy and effort to get what we want.

Instead, Eric Edmeades, Founder of WildFit suggests that there’s an easier and more effective way to forever change your diet. And it comes from understanding the willpower myth and working with, instead of against, your psychology.

Finding Freedom From Food

You might’ve struggled with sugar cravings, energy slumps, weight gain, chronic diseases, blocked sinuses, or skin ailments.

You might’ve skimmed through hundreds, maybe even thousands of articles on the web trying to understand how to change your diet.

But no matter how much you read, what you do, or how much willpower you exert, you can’t get healthy good habits to stick.

In fact, you might not even know what you should be eating — besides more vegetables.

Even though you know what you eat — the foundation of your health — holds the key to transformation in so many other areas of your life.

So why is it so hard to do this thing you need to do?

Just like the myth Eric exposes above, there are several more myths about food, exercise, and wellbeing that keep us locked in a never-ending cycle of frustration and effort.

But there’s a way to break out of that cycle.

About Eric Edmeades

Eric Edmeades designed the WildFit Program because he wanted to help people fight the same battle he fought his entire life.

In his teens and 20s, he struggled with severe allergies, sinus troubles, throat infections, and chronic acne. When he was only weeks away from undergoing surgery to remove his tonsils, a friend suggested he go to a personal transformation seminar.

And it was that seminar that ended up changing his life.

From that point on, he dedicated his life to finding out what it means for humans to eat healthily and live healthily. He went on anthropological expeditions into Africa to research how early humans eat and live.

Turns out, it’s nothing like how we eat today.

So he created a simple system to change your food beliefs, relationships, and habits for good.

Join Eric Edmeades’s Free Masterclass and discover the truth on how food can boost your immune system: reclaim your health and correct your weight, naturally.

In this Masterclass, you will:

✅ Learn the true definition of the word ‘diet’. When you understand this simple fact you’ll realize why most diets don’t work and what you should do instead to reclaim your health and correct your weight.

✅ Discover how Vishen Lakhiani got slimmer, fitter, and stronger in his 40s than he was at 27, in just 8 weeks — without changing his exercise routine or calorie restriction diets.

✅ Learn the simple science behind why we eat what we eat, and a powerful-yet-simple trick to curb your cravings and rewire your brain to eat healthy.

Register Now To Experience A Life-Changing Transformation Of Your Health & Fitness!

by Eric Edmeades
Eric Edmeades is an accomplished entrepreneur, author and the architect of several highly effective and transformational seminars, workshops and retreats around the world. Since he cleared up 10 years of chronic symptoms by changing his beliefs about health and food, it’s been his life’s passion to help people wake up to the reality that, in terms of health, they are off course. His years of research on the “human diet” — the diet that us humans are meant to be on — led him to develop WildFit, a step-by-step system to quickly transition people to this revolutionary way of looking at health and fitness.

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