EAT GOOD FOOD!
The word “diet” can be daunting that’s why we do not recommend drastically depriving yourself from eating which causes you not to enjoy the process. By simply adding nutritious foods to your routine you will have a healthier relationship with food and stay consistent. The goal is to create a realistic plan that puts you in a caloric deficit that you can stick to everyday. The key is consistency over time. The easiest way to do this is to change your relationship with food.📷
Select your favorite whole real single ingredient foods. (Ideally veggies) This will fill you up and make it easier to stick to and create a calorie deficit.
Decide how often to eat. Frequency can vary but we have seen great results from clients who practice some form of intermittent fasting.
Eat more protein this will go to toward feeding your muscles and efficient at filling you up. Eating veggies and protein will drastically lower hunger levels and consume less calories.
Prep your own food. The best way of having complete control over what’s going in to your body.
Big Tip! If you want the fastest results and more of a challenge here is a more advanced but simple protocol. Our Clients who show the best results do the following.
Practice intermittent fasting and Eat Mostly Protein Fat and Fiber. Limiting low carbs to about 20 grams of carbs per day.