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Reframe your goals for exercise and eating

How you think about your health habits can affect your body image. For example, if you go for a run as a punishment for eating, you're not likely to enjoy it. But if you think of running as a way to increase your energy and take care of yourself, you might enjoy it.

The key is to reframe your behaviours to make healthy choices sustainable.

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