The general belief is that there is some magic secret to losing weight, looking better, and feeling great. The myths people believe are that a complicated diet must be followed and you have to spend all waking hours at the gym. The reality is actually quite simple, although most don’t want to believe the truth.
So let’s talk about eating better, being active and getting enough sleep. I want to encourage you that my program is simple, scientific and something that you can do for the rest of your life. Most people don’t want to look for the answers, but rather hide behind a set of complicated excuses.
When I talk about eating better I am not talking about eating only organic, juice fasts, or extreme dietary restrictions. Does eating better need to be a highly complex process with all sorts of hard to find foods? Not by any means, rather increasing fruits and vegetables and avoiding processed food is a great way to start. Fruits and vegetables have been what mankind has been eating since the dawn of time; not a diet rich in fast food.
What about going to the gym or heavy aerobic exercise? Once long ago, before I had any knowledge or expertise I believed that the, “no pain, no gain”, rule was the truth.
Did you know that there is such a thing as too much exercise? Ideally, most people should aim to be active three to four times per week. Most of us leave fairly sedentary lives, spending far too much time sitting down. This is largely in part due to spending most of our working hours seated. However, you can get active by just taking a daily walk.
Benefits of getting active are:
Releases the natural pain killers of your body.
Enhances immune system.
Increases agility and is also considered to increase your IQ.
Improves muscle strength.
Improves balance and coordination.
Reduces stress, thus resulting in better sleep patterns and no depression.
Just a brisk walk for an hour can burn around 414 calories.
Although it isn’t often associated with weight, loss sleep is a very important factor. It is best to get eight or more hours of sleep every night. We all have busy schedules, but our bodies need time to rest and recover, and sleep is a great way to this. Do your best to try to get as close to eight hours of sleep, and cat naps are also very beneficial.
Remember that it isn’t a complicated process and there are three important factors to abide by: eat healthy, be active, and get plenty of sleep. If you are looking for a fat loss ( not weight loss) that is simple, scientific and sustainable you came to the right place. Fill out the form on the home page, click the support tab, or give me a call to find out more about beginning your own Transformation!
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