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In Touch With Your Tummy

When you are in touch with your hunger signal, you will eat often, eat small and eat right

In Touch With Your Tummy
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In Touch With Your Tummy
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“Diet or exercise, which is more important?” I have been asked, get asked, and will be asked till (I tell myself) I hang up my boots. Sometimes it’s asked out of curiosity, sometimes out of serious doubt, at times to check if I am biased and at other times to look for an escape.

Well, here’s my boring, practised but honest answer—exercise and diet are like two sides of the same coin. To ask me to choose which one of them is more important, effective or result-oriented is like asking a mother to choose between her two children (dramatic, I know) or like choosing between the devil and the deep sea, depending on your perspective.

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