Since the late 1990’s Dr. John Berardi has published 8 scientific abstracts; 15 scientific papers and textbook chapters; presented at nearly 50 scientific, exercise, and nutrition related conferences; and published countless articles online.
His first articles at Testosterone Magazine so many years ago, provided me with the basis for everything I know about nutrition today. Now I will turn some of that knowledge over to you in the form of Nutrition Tips written by Dr. Berardi himself.
Today’s Topic – Junk Your Junk Food
Eating the right kind of food is vital to successful fat loss. You know if keep junk food around the house, you will eat it. So throw away all your unhealthy, fatty, sugary food, and get back on track!
Don’t be saving those M&Ms that are in your sock drawer either; you are only as sick as the secrets you keep!
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Losing fat really takes dedication and discipline. You just can’t keep junk food around you and hope not to eat it… that rarely works unless you have titanium willpower.
Let’s see what JB has to say about it, he even has his own law dealing with this:
Tip: Berardi’s Law
“If a food is in your possession or located in your residence, you’ll eventually eat it.
If you wish to be healthy and lean, you must remove all foods not conducive to those goals from said residence and replace them with a variety of better, healthier choices.
If you know someone whose house is stocked only with optimal food choices and yet who is not healthy and lean, look under his bed.”
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Oh man, is this so true. I’m usually pretty good, but if the stuff gets in the house somehow, I’ll find a way to eat it.