4. They go for balanced nutrition rather than go on a diet Being hungry by counting calories leads to binge eating when the
Instead of being mad at your body for having wear and tear, start appreciating it for the hugs you are able to give and receive.
There are many advantages of practicing regular exercise, including a noteworthy increase in the heart's strength, decrease in insulin resistance, weight loss and many other things.
Can you embrace your sweet spot and let go of, "I'll be happy when..." syndrome?
Science is complex and slow moving. Nutrition science it especially difficult, because it deals with people eating - at their own will - diverse foods throughout a lifetime. We are moving towards answers and consensus at a much faster rate than we did in Downton's time, and with some patience and perspective - and less distractions - we will know much more.
By being creative and adding a few superfood swaps and interchanging a couple ingredients, we can deliver all the sweetness and lasting memoires from your grandmothers' kitchen while keeping you ticker strong and your waistline lean.
In reality, the holidays are the worst time to try to "buckle down" in terms of diet and exercise. If anything, you should just try to maintain your normal routine and do what feels right for you. Being more flexible and less strict with yourself is a good thing this time of year.
Alain and I talk about the foods we miss, we bond over our mutual Saudade for foie gras and sauternes. He completes the program
While of course our food and exercise choices play a large role in how much we weigh, there are more elements at play when it comes to keeping weight under control.
We've all seen it. Someone goes on a diet, loses the weight, then in due time gains the weight back -- with "interest." In other words, many diets can be temporary plans with temporary results. Do some plans over-promise? Well, I think we both know the answer to that question.