Your weight loss plan will set off a chain reaction of positive changes in your life, from improved health to the need for a new wardrobe. It should also prompt you to revamp your kitchen. However, instead of new curtains or hand towels, you should be thinking about changes that support your new, healthier lifestyle.
Whether you are participating in a weight loss plan, or training for a competitive event, exercise is a big part of your overall objectives. But sometimes it can become difficult to talk yourself into exercise, after a long day at the office and the stress of daily life. Try these three simple tricks to stay motivated, and as always, give us a call if you need nutritional advice or support.
If you’re like most people, you envision a weight loss plan in terms of cutting calories and deprivation of your favorite foods. Truthfully, the most successful plans focus on eating the right foods, rather than eliminating the “wrong” ones. But still, there is a certain amount of calorie-cutting that goes into any good weight loss plan. But can you go too far?
Following a weight loss plan can present many challenges. You’re already learning new information, working on your self image, fighting cravings, and trying to cram exercise into your schedule. That’s enough challenges for anyone! But on top of all that, following a weight loss plan can feel lonely.