Cheap and Good
Shops, restaurants, commercials… Everything keeps telling us “Eat! Eat more and more often!” We obey and start eating even when we have no appetite.
DANGER #5 cheap and good
In many restaurants it is more economical and more profitable to buy big portions because smaller portions of the same dish are more expensive. Don’t let the producer with his smart policy deceive you. American specialists on healing obesity have noticed that producers can achieve a higher growth of sales by reducing the price just by 5 cents than by pointing at the low content of calories on the label. “Keep it in mind!” say doctors. Remember what you want and don’t let money make a choice instead of you.
How to avoid this danger? Decide when and how you can save money. Ask yourself whether it’s worth to sacrifice your efforts for being slim and healthy.
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