16. It’s less what you’re consuming and more about over consuming
If you think sugar, alcohol, gluten, or some other kind of food or drink is making you fat, guess again. Sure, each of these plays a part, however, it’s less about what individual things you’re consuming and more about how much you’re consuming.
Overeating is what results in weight gain (more calories than our body needs to operate), so if you cut back on your Starbucks, lower your alcohol consumption, and reduce the number of times you eat at Pepe’s in a month, you can keep all of the things you like while drastically reducing your calorie count and shedding some weight.