9 Ways To Train Your Brain To Quit Junk Food For Good

What’s your daily diet like? For many of us, a morning trip to the drive-thru is like second nature. Our day just isn’t complete without drinking a coffee, or sinking our teeth into a juicy cheeseburger. Let me ask you something, when was the last time you went on a cleanse? Cut out all the fat, sugary stuff and went straight for the healthy food. Depending on your habits, it might seem impossible.

Let’s talk today about interesting ways to quit fast food. Do you exercise more? How about eating more protein? What is it like to switch to a fruit diet? We’re talking all that AND more…

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When you decide to cut fast food, the first thing that goes through your mind is, “But what am I going to eat?” One of the things you can switch to is fruit. There’s sometimes nothing better than a nice tasty bowl of strawberries on a hot summer day.

I mean, sure, fruit is loaded with sugar. But at the same time, there’s also a ton of vitamins and minerals to make up for it.

Take watermelon for example. In just one slice, you’re getting vitamins A, B5 and C, along with potassium and copper. An orange can also provide something similar, with plenty of fiber, calcium and Vitamin C, among other things.

This is nutrition you're missing out on if you’re stuck on a fast food diet. Just one Big Mac is close to 600 calories. You’re also getting 32 grams of fat, which is almost 50% of your daily value. There’s also 10 grams of saturated fat and 8 grams of sugar. Some people eat like this every day. For many, it’s multiple times a day. If this sounds like you, you definitely need a break.

Eating more fruit means making more trips to the grocery store. This is where you need to be careful. The next time you head to the supermarket, try limiting your shopping to only a few aisles. I’m talking about meat, dairy and fish. I mean, sure, it might be a little pricey, but this will rule out most of the gross processed foods.

You see, when quitting fast food, you’re gonna wanna watch the sugary foods from the store. Snacks from the gas station will easily start to fill the void left from all the burgers and fries you’re missing. You don’t want to get into the habit of reaching for a bag of chips the second you have a hankering for Burger King.

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