Simple but effective. Imagine going to the grocery store and picking up one of the store’s recipe flyers. You look through it and then go shopping.
On the recipe flyer are some interesting recipes. They sound delicious and they are right on your diet.
Shopping goes smoothly, and it is not until you get home that you realize you didn’t pick up any of the usual fattening snack food. You wonder why, can’t figure it out, but you are overjoyed. Skipping fattening food is something you usually find too hard to do.
What you were unaware of was just how influential the store’s recipe flyer was. Not only did the flyer have delicious diet-acceptable recipes, it also had some key words that had an impact on your grocery buying habits. Tucked alongside the different recipes were persuasive words and phrases like “good for your figure”, “eating right”, “healthy”, “slimming”, etc.
Wouldn’t this be an easy way to avoid buying those diet-dangerous snack foods and keep to your weight loss regimen? Is there a way you can think of to really make this happen the next time you go grocery shopping?