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For months, you have been thinking that you need to lose weight to be healthier, yet you are still eating fast food every day. Which of the following approaches will reduce the cognitive dissonance you are experiencing?

▸ stop eating fast food

▸ deciding that rather than losing weight, you need to work on being happy with your body the way it is

▸ telling yourself that this is a particularly stressful time and you'll cut back on fast food next month

▸ All three approaches would reduce cognitive dissonance.
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