4 'HEALTHY' Cereals that Cause Fat Gain

by Shaun Hadsall

Did you know there are 4 specific cereals scientifically PROVEN to cause belly fat?

Over the past few years, more and more research has emerged related to the simple act of making decisions and how it affects our daily energy levels.

Ever feel spent, finished, drained, or burned out at the end of your day even when you haven’t exerted yourself physically?

Scientists have discovered that every time you make a decision your energy is slowly being depleted leading to lack of willpower.

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4 "Healthy" Cereals that make you FAT (avoid these)

Now—if you only had a few decisions to make every day this wouldn’t really seem like a big deal, but most resources report that we make ~35,000 decisions every day.

Decision fatigue is why sensible people get angry for no reason, spend too much money on stuff they don’t need, and buy junk food at the supermarket checkout.

The food industry knows shoppers are depleted of mental energy from all the decisions they just made. When willpower is gone, temptation rears its ugly head and you’re more vulnerable to the quick fix of a sugar high.

Not to mention, every time you look at your Smartphone, laptop, or tablet you’re draining your mental energy.

The problem is this: we’re not even consciously aware this is happening to us.

If you ever find yourself exhausted with no energy to exercise or spend quality time with your family at the end of your day, this email will give you a remarkably easy solution.

The simple act of planning and scripting your next day ahead of time can dramatically limit the amount of decisions you have to make on a daily basis.

When you wake up without having your day planned and scripted, you’ll feel like you’re playing catch-up the whole day leading to feelings of overwhelm, emotional instability, lack of willpower, and lower energy levels.

Conversely, when you take 15-30 minutes every night to map out your diet, your exercise routine, and your “to-do” list for the next day you eliminate HALF of the decisions you would normally make in a day.

For example, just think about how the simple act of pre-making a protein shake for each morning and eating healthy leftovers every day for lunch can save you from having to make more decisions.

Then batch your time. Instead of checking your Smartphone and email dozens of times each day, just block time and do it 2 or 3x per day instead. The world is not going to end if you miss a Facebook comment and don’t answer a phone call or a text message.

Trust me, these two simple habits alone will cut your decision-making in half and improve your quality of life in a big way.

And when you cut your decisions in half, you’ll dramatically increase your daily energy levels for exercise… and have the willpower to make intelligent eating choices.

Not to mention, being there for your family and loved ones to give them your best.

Speaking of the food industry and their sneaky little tricks…

Did you know that there are 4 specific cereals scientifically PROVEN to cause belly fat?

Obviously I’m not talking about Coco Puffs, Fruity Pebbles, Franken Berry, or Frosted Flakes ;-)

The labels on these particular 4 cereals have claims that would lead you to believe that they are extremely healthy options, such as "made with whole grains", "fat free", "high in fiber", “all-natural”, and even "heart healthy".

Make no mistake… they CAUSE belly fat. 

Fortunately, inside this brand new free report below you’ll discover what these 4 popular cereals are, along with 4 other cereals that will actually help you obtain the flat, sexy midsection you're looking to achieve.

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4 "Healthy" Cereals that make you FAT (avoid these)

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About Mark

About Mark

Mark Dilworth is a Lifestyle and Weight Management Specialist and since 2006 he has owned Your Fitness University, Her Fitness Hut, My Fitness Hut, Sports Fitness Hut.

Mark has helped thousands of clients and readers make lifestyle changes that lead to better long-term health, which includes acceptable body fat and ideal body weight.He does not recommend fad diets, quick weight loss gimmicks, starvation diets, weight loss pills, fat burner supplements and the like.