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Stan Spencer, PhD, is a biological consultant and former research scientist. He has conducted laboratory studies in biochemistry at Brigham Young University, in botany and evolution at Claremont Graduate University, and in genetics at the Smithsonian Institution. Stan lives in southern California and blogs on natural weight loss techniques at fatlossscience.org/naturalweightlosstips.
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Is Real Change Possible? This Year Make a Weight Lose Resolution You Can Keep

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Most of us have dieted to lose weight, only to gain it back again within a few weeks or months. It isn’t that diets don’t work. It’s that they don’t last. Most diets are so unpleasant, inconvenient, boring, complex, or expensive that they are difficult to stick with for very long. When you quit the diet, the weight returns.


Think of excess fat as a collection of calorie-adding habits. L

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Stan Spencer Stan Spencer said: " Dr. Kessler knows the science behind cravings and appetite and has presented fascinating background and useful tips for using psychology to lose weight. "

 
“A temptation is a decision that has not yet been made.”
Stan Spencer

“Your goal should be permanent, not rapid, weight loss. Losing even a half pound a week that doesn’t come back is better than losing four pounds that do.”
Stan Spencer

“Think of excess fat as a collection of bad habits. Lose the fat-promoting habits, and you will lose the excess fat.”
Stan Spencer

“I have spent most of the day putting in a comma and the rest of the day taking it out.”
Oscar Wilde




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