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If you want to get closer to your goals, you need to understand that proper nutrition is going to get you there faster.

No matter if you want to lose weight…put on muscle…get faster on your mile…

Or even if you just want to feel healthier…

Nutrition is one key to get you closer to where you want to be.  But where do you start?

It’s not like your doctor has the time to really dive in and discuss with you exactly what you need to do.

But I can help.  In fact, I’ve been helping students understand the role nutrition plays in your overall success.

Here are some of my best and most effective tips when starting out:

1. Establish a Good Eating Pattern

One of the biggest obstacles is establishing a healthy eating pattern.  This may mean eating a couple extra meals, or including a snack or two.

You should start by eating at least three balanced meals each day.  Now this may seem like common sense, but you would be surprised by how many people only eat once a day.

This may balance your blood sugar levels, and keep your metabolism elevated throughout the day.

 2. Try Not to Skip

Skipping meals is not in your best interest.  Not only does it slow your metabolism, it may make you hungrier later on.

And this may lead to binge eating, which leads to too many calories consumed.  If you want to have the best results, try not to skip meals during the day.

3. Drink More Water

Did you know those hunger feelings you may be experiencing are actually dehydration in disguise?  It’s true.  Before you eat something, try drinking a tall glass of water.

Water not only hydrates your body, and makes things work more efficiently, it’s also an easy way to control your appetite, and fill up your stomach to prevent overeating.

4. Choose Whole Foods When You Can

The right foods will go a long way to helping you reach your goals.  Avoiding foods that are heavily processed and refined will help you get closer to any goal you have.

When you can, eat plenty of fruits and vegetables, lean (wild-caught or free range) protein sources, good FATS…..(YES..I said FATS!) easily digestible carbs, and plenty of fiber-rich foods.

Nutrition is a crucial aspect to a well-rounded plan.  Without the proper diet, you may not see the results you’re after, or it may take a lot longer to accomplish those goals.

Choosing the right approach for you could mean the difference between success and failure.   And you have the right to choose success every time. 

WE ARE HERE TO HELP…….just give us a call….or better yet get a TRIAL CLASS!

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