Link: Change or Die.
Reframing alone isn't enough, of course. That's where Dr. Ornish's other astonishing insight comes in. Paradoxically, he found that radical, sweeping, comprehensive changes are often easier for people than small, incremental on
This is really great data. I have noticed this too. It is easier to make a radical change then an incremental change.
We tend to eat worse in the winter then in the summer, mainly because we have to eat a lot of stuff from the local supermarket. But in the summer things are totally different, we eat from the garden and the local Farmer's Markets.
Eating better food makes a bigger difference for us then eating less.
I have many other examples but not enough time. Go read the article.