Find yourself stuck in a rut continuously training but not seeing results? Have you thought about changing your Eating habits or diet? In order to achieve the results you want, you not only have to exercise, but adapt a healthy diet as well. It is in fact true that 2/3 of people who go on a diet gain more weight after their diet than before they started. Thus it is important that we adapt a healthy eating as a lifestyle change, not a quick fix!
According to research, what you eat determines greatly on your health as well as lifespan. As much as there is a notion that there is a certain age that very few men go beyond it. However, if you are looking to look youthful and health, you need not look for medicine and other supplements. All that matters is what we put in our bodies.
You know you’ve seen it because it’s EVERYWHERE. The media bombards you with it every time you turn on the computer, flip on the television, or listen to a radio show. The in your face tactics for CRASH DIETS are targeting your weakness for a quick fix to results.
These diets always make fun, appealing promises that you will lose tons of weight in a short period of time, with minimal effort. All you’ve got to do is eat this and avoid that, pop this pill, or slap on the ab belt and the pounds will melt right off.
Behavior Change - it's all about making little tweeks to our existing thought patterns for radical results! If you find that making changes to improve your health is difficult, YOU ARE NOT ALONE! In this radio interview, I discuss behavior change and offer a few tips to help you to, "Make the REST of your life - the BEST of your life!". Making a few simple changes can dramatically increase your quality of life.Carpe Diem!Jami
Marconutrients:At each meal/snack if you consume a good balance of proteins, fats, and carbs, you will experience sustained energy. Some call this the metabolic test.Micronutrients:Getting the correct balance of vitamins and minerals into the body at the cellular level is much harder to do. If there is one thing I learned from my degree in nutrition it was the complexity of interactions of vitamins and minerals and the mirad of outcomes from such. What do you do?
When you think of people who go on a strict osteoporosis diet, you might imagine they lead much healthier lives. Loading your diet with calcium and vitamin D and restricting sugary and salty foods certainly would seem to promote good health.