Something I typically take for granted was brought to my attention today. What is good nutrition? Where do I begin?
I really take healthy choices for granted. I didn’t always. It wasn’t until after I had my daughter and decided I wanted to have the energy and the ability to play with her and participate in her life that I became conscious of what choices could improve my health. (Being an “older” mom can do that to ya.)
Today, I had a new dad ask me this question. He wants to be healthier for many reasons, but one that stuck out in my mind and I could really relate to was – to be around for my child.
A good place to begin is by journaling, knocking out sweetened drinks, and avoiding refined carbohydrates. (sugar, white flour, breads, cookies, that sort of thing)
Eliminate Sweetened drinks and Artificial Sweeteners, a common source of the Average American’s 300 calories of overconsumption.
Drink Water! – Plenty of it.
Be sensible, walk a little, dance a little, HAVE FUN! I don’t believe you have to join a gym and “do the circuits” twice a day to improve your health. I lost all my weight & gained my better health and have maintained it for 6 years now, by walking and choosing healthier options to eat.
Find Support! Find a friend, a family member, a support group, or a coach to work with to support you and help keep you on track. Its always more fun when you aren’t doing it alone!
YOU DON’T HAVE TO CHANGE EVERYTHING all at once to gain health. Steady, gradual movements toward a healthier lifestyle, healthier, more beneficial choices can have TREMENDOUS benefits.
I love what I do, how I feel and the energy to support others. I am driven to help others find this same love! Contact me for more information.