Sugar is nothing but empty calories, the calories that only make you gain weight and do not provide you with any benefits because they do not contain any nutrients. Cutting out sugar can be very hard, especially when you have a sweet tooth. Here is are some tips to help you stop eating sugar.
Many people lose significant amounts of weight just by tweaking their diet and making small changes to their routine. You do not have to starve and you do not have to abandon your favorite foods. You do not even need to center your life on the treadmill or weight room. But, you do need discipline and willpower. Here are five simple ways to start losing weight and still enjoy the food you love.
Change is healthy and necessary, and the fast-paced world in which we live is constantly changing. If we fail to adapt and commit to change, then we will fail to thrive in life. If you sit down and reflect honestly, you will probably observe that change is the only constant thing in our lives. It is imperative that we learn to adapt and commit to change. Here are a few ways to help you commit to change.
When your blood sugar is not balanced, your body stops functioning like it is supposed to. Medical supplements can be expensive, but there are some natural supplements for regulating blood sugar that are available at your local grocery store, if not right in your kitchen. If you have trouble managing your blood sugar, try adding some of these natural supplements to your diet and in your daily routine. You can eat many of them raw or add them to your food or smoothies.
Food is more than only sustenance. It can be social, represent family, memories and happiness, it brings pleasure, comfort, it is something to do when bored... Sometimes we mistake physical hunger for emotional hunger. It's complex.
Is this you? Do you find yourself caught up in that repeating cycle?
It's not only about looking good in a bikini (!!) It's your health!
Let's break the common misconceptions when it comes to diet. Sometimes, people tend to skip their meals or restrict their diets drastically with the thought that they are going to lose weight. Now, you don't have to restrict yourself from eating delicious yet healthy meals. You don't even need to break your budget just to complete one nutritious meal. You can eat to support weight loss or maintain a healthy weight...
Have you ever chosen a word for the year? It’s intended to be a theme for the upcoming year. It’s worth putting some thought into it because in my experience, it makes a difference. It’s an affirmation, it’s an intention.
The year I chose PATIENCE I ended up going through a few difficult things that required that quality, it wasn’t easy, but I did cultivate patience.
’ve been there! Wanting to hide beneath loose, black clothing. Wanting to stay home because nothing fits… Nothing looks good. It’s awful, and even if you know all of the advice about accepting your body as it is and dressing in clothes that show it off, accepting all of you, even the extra folds and bulges,) nothing helps you feel beautiful!
Have you been planning out your planning?
I know by the time November comes around have planners in my cart everywhere!! I'm on all of the mailing lists and targeted ads follow me around online. They've got my number!It's almost time for us to set our intentions, plan a theme for our year, kiss the old year goodbye and ORDER the dang planners.
Do you say grace or express appreciation for your food? Do you experience your food as sacred? Do you connect your meal times with social time with your family or friends? How are you connected with the food you take in to your body? Do you eat standing up as you do other things? Do you eat while you are both in front of the TV as well as checking your phone? Have you ever eaten while you were arguing? Do you throw a frozen meal into the microwave?
It’s all about shifting the negative judgments you hold over your body into self-acceptance and self-love. Once you are able to crack through those feelings of self-loathing and shame, you will WANT to feed yourself food that nourishes you! Releasing weight and normalizing your body size is a natural progression. On the other side of “dieting” lies freedom. Sometimes dieting is a comfort zone and the idea of letting up on the rules is daunting. Once you let up on all of your food “rules” (barring allergies and other necessities) you have the opportunity to find your OWN natural guidelines.
Cleansing requires a lot of motivation in order to achieve your goal as it might force you to alter your plans according to the times of cleansing or detoxification. In order to make sure that your desire to achieve your goal and your motivation to cleanse you should follow the steps mentioned below in order to overcome all the challenges that you might face: