January 17 is National Ditch Resolutions Day. Yes, there’s actually a national holiday for it. Know why? Because the nearly 800 million resolutions that are made each year are abandoned by then… that’s a researched statistic!
Set realistic goals for the year with these helpful tips!
The holidays are often when everyone gets all worried about the sweet and savory indulgences that will no doubt grace every holiday table. It becomes a time where often you give yourself permission to let loose and eat whatever, and then new year’s rolls around and you feel like you got hit by a food
Being stressed out during the holidays may not be completely avoidable, but having healthy habits can definitely be useful. You don’t want to turn to drinking or eating a lot of sweets just because you are getting overwhelmed. These tips are the pillars of all that I teach, and just implementing these simple lifestyle strategies will help you get through the holidays feeling your best.
Healthy eating doesn’t have to be bland or boring. In fact, there’s such an incredible variety of fruits and veggies available at the grocery store that there’s never a reason to tire of your meal plan! We’re not talking specialty health food stores that carry exotic options you’ll never actually try. We’re talking about the regular old grocery store where you normally shop!
So you think you can’t lose weight?
NOT TRUE!! But your body may be resistant to fat loss in which case you may need to repair your hormones first.
Weight loss is complicated which is why having a guide is so important.
Calories matter, as does the quality of your food, but that’s not the only part of the equation. Energy expenditure matters also, including the metabolic energy that your body needs to keep you alive. This goes back to hormones and how they affect your basal metabolic rate.
Complicated? Maybe, but the good news is that there are some things that you can do everyday to help keep hormones and metabolism happy. Developing healthy, consistent habits is the first step towards making progress!
Here are some things you can do to make sure that you are setting yourself up for success!