You can get results from just about any health programme out there (at least short term), but if you don't love your daily life, sticking with it may feel impossible. The road to vibrant health should feel expansive, like something you want to do, not restrictive.
I see you, a busy mum with a mile-long to do list putting in 16-hour days. Despite a bit too much coffee you're exhausted, and running on empty. I've been there - ahem - still there some days! You don't love the extra bit of jiggle, or that you're constantly tired and stressed - you know you need to install some healthy habits - and every Monday you wake up with that intention... but by the time you've put the kids to bed you're exhausted and a bowl of pasta and a glass of wine seems like your best idea yet!
3 simple habits to create a healthy lifestyle
Whole Food Eating
Focussing on real whole foods, mainly plants, will have every cell in your body zinging with goodness, help banish cravings and have you looking radiant. You don't need to follow a specific diet, just focus on making meals about nourishment. And yes, I'll show you how to do this in the same time as it takes to make a sandwich!
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This is the fastest way to improve your health and shift an unwanted roll (or two). Time restricted eating means eating less often, not less. Which actually saves you time as there's one less meal you need to prep and clean up - bonus!
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Life is too short not to enjoy a slice of pizza with your kids, or an icecream when it's hot, or to waste time feeling guilty about what you eat.
A healthy lifestyle isn't about all or nothing, it's about making choices that nourish you: mind, body + soul. It is not a diet, or about deprivation, it's about having self-love and respect for yourself.
Whether you're vegan, vegetarian or an omnivore, this guide will help you to get enough of this important macronutrient.
There are some carbs that you should be eating on the reg, and some that you would do best avoiding.
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Food FREEDOM is a holistic and sustainable approach to weight loss, through nourishment not punishment.
You’ll discover how to escape the torturous fate of overeating, yo-yo dieting, intense cravings, and instead… how to actually lose the weight and love your body — for good.
The juggle is real, and I get it.
But business isn't an anomaly. It's a regular part of life, and it's here to stay.
When is life ever not going to be busy?
Because straight after XYZ comes ABC.
So if we keep hitting snooze on. our wellbeing, until a less busy time comes along, we may just be hitting snooze forever. The trick is in making your lifestyle work for you not a chore that you never get to.
There are carbs that you should be eating everyday, and some that you'll want to keep your distance from.
Have you heard that plant based milk is better for you than dairy? It's not the whole truth.
Is there anything better than creamy, salty peanut butter, topped with crisp dark chocolate? No, I don't think so!
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