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Our primitive brain is wired to seek immediate pleasure and gratification, often

leading us to indulge in unhealthy food choices. However, by utilizing the prefrontal

cortex, we can exercise self-control and resist impulsive temptations. Making decisions

ahead of time empowers us to set boundaries and make choices that support our

health and well-being.

Our prefrontal cortex has a limited capacity for decision-making. By making food

decisions ahead of time, we free up mental energy that can be better utilized in other

areas of our lives. This reduces decision fatigue, allowing us to focus on more

important tasks and goals.

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