DIET MASTERCLASS: What To Eat, When To Eat & How To Eat For LONGEVITY | Sal DeStefano

RESTART your life in 7 days: Click here to download your FREE guide to 100x YOUR EFFICIENCY IN 10 EASY STEPS: On Today's Episode: “Obesity is a choice. This doesn’t mean it’s easy to solve, but it is a choice. YOU MUST accept this or you will never solve this problem.” -Sal Di Stefano The statement above either has you nodding your head in agreement or has you feeling a bit pissed off. If being overweight has been a recent or even a lifelong struggle for you, it’s hard to hear that you’re actually choosing to be overweight, but when you understand the power of extreme ownership over every area of your life, including your body you may start approaching your health much differently. Whenever health and weight loss come up, without a doubt diet and exercise are part of the conversation and first on most people’s minds. What if there are other factors more important to not just losing weight, but to keeping the weight off long term? What if exercise isn’t as important as we’ve been told? This episode with Sal Di Stefano is exposing the lies millions of people fall for that lose weight every year only to gain it back. Why is Sal so confident after 20 years in fitness that obesity is a choice people are repeating day after day? Sal Di Stefano is the co-founder and CEO of Mind Pump Media, podcast host of Mind Pump dedicated to delivering the absolute raw truth on health and fitness, and the bestselling author of The Resistance Training Revolution. If you find yourself choosing foods based on taste and convenience, if everything you try to lose weight ultimately leads to more weight gain and you’re over being obese, being unhealthy, and being unhappy with the way you feel, make sure you’re taking action today and asking yourself the one question Sal says will change your life. QUOTES: “You have to accept the things that you can’t change, but you also have to take responsibility for the things that you can.” “Years ago as a trainer, I first started out thinking that losing weight will help people become happy. It took me ten years to figure out, you first had to learn to be happy before you could really lose weight.” “We use food rarely as a way to nourish ourselves, and rarely do we eat because we’re genuinely hungry. Most people in modern societies never really feel true hunger.” “The fitness space is riddled with bodies that look ripped that belong to extremely unhealthy, dysfunctional individuals.” “Obesity is a very outward, visible, obvious sign of poor health or dysfunction.” Follow Sal DiStefano: Website: YouTube: Twitter: Instagram: Facebook: TikTok: Podcast:

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