When it comes to clothes, car’s, houses and holidays many of us will refuse to be outdone but when it comes to our own health and the health of those under our care we lack the same desire for the best.
This could be due to us not having knowledge of food groups and what constitutes a balanced diet, maybe we just have a desire for these foods and need coaching to change for the better; our aim should be to live long regardless, and good food is the first stop on that journey.
Balanced nutrition isn’t the only thing that we should consider though. Increasing in exercise on a regular basis (e.g. 40 mins interval walking per day) reduces the chances of Coronary Heart Disease, increases bodily endorphins – the happy brain chemical and can also help burn body fat among a whole host of things.
What will make you give yourself the best?
What will it take before you give your body it’s due right?
Many of us don’t see the importance of maintaining our health until illness strikes us. The foundation should be to eat well because doctors only come in once the illness has hit us, similar to a Policeman coming to a person’s aid after the incident has happened. So I say to you, focus on what you eat, then how much you eat.
The way one thinks about food is an important factor in changing eating behaviour. Many of us will have trigger foods and routines we get into when we feel bad about a situation or our own selves which lead us into a spiral of bad food and negative thought. This can be reduced and better yet stopped with coaching and patience.
So stay tuned to this blog for advice, hints and tips that will help you reach your health and nutrition goals. Put your health first because you have a trust that you must take care of!!
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