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Are you really frustrated, because you messed up on your diet again and turned to donuts, candies or cookies when you intended to "do good"? Even more embarrassing, did also you then get into an argument with your loved one(s) over no good reason, because you were hyped up on sugar or brain-fogged because of the crap you ate?  And did you hide your junk food or eat your stash in private?

If any of the four scenarios ring true for you, you're in the company of millions. Every hour, all across the country, people are "failing" on their diets and shoving sweets or junk food into their mouths and getting negligible nutrients.

It's perfectly understandable that you'd be out of sorts for relying on food for comfort or consolation. So are you ready to begin again tomorrow? Not the smartest move! You read right!

Your diet or kick-sugar program should begin way before you actually start it. In other words, you need to set the stage first. If you were going to run a marathon, wouldn't you train for months in advance?

Starting a diet with no advance planning is one of 10 Top Reasons that You Consistently Fail to Lose Weight or Kick Sugar. Learn more about this reason and the other 9 reasons in a free teleseminar which my friend Connie Bennett, author of SUGAR SHOCK!, is hosting on Wed., March 31 at 8 pm EST.

She's presenting the program with popular low-carb blogger Jimmy Moore, who has lost 180 pounds, shrunk his waist by 20 inches and dropped his shirt size from 5XL to XL.

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