He related that his experiences had taught him lessons that apply to investing. Being a huge fan of analogies, I thought I would share Paul’s insight. Paul noted,”for most people losing weight is a struggle between emotional decisions driven by our subconscious minds and the iron laws of biology and physics. We humans are wired to believe that we need certain things, and this is very difficult to counteract, even when we rationally know better.” Warren Buffett’s words of wisdom The same things can be said about investing.
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Restrictive dieting harms your health in seven major ways
Loss of muscle Muscles are important for keeping fat in check by burning calories and keeping metabolism high. During a low-calorie diet, your body usually isn’t being given enough protein to maintain its muscle. As muscle is burned for energy, it becomes more and more likely that what calories you do take in through food will be stored as fat. Rebound overeating It’s expected that you will use your willpower to overcome cravings while dieting. Yet in fact, cravings are actually the body’s way of saving itself from what it perceives as starvation and malnutrition.
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