I absolutely hate fad diets. They do nothing for women, only making you feel like a failure. And they’re bad for your health! And mindset. Who wants to count calories for the rest of their lives? Do you really want to let the scales rule your life? Are you both worth more than that?
I firmly believe if you work towards being healthier, fitter and more confident, you’ll get into really good shape. You’ll feel happier, your confidence will improve and you’ll feel really good about how you look and feel.
At Inspire Fitness, we gel hundreds of busy Galway women get into really good shape by holding them accountable, motivating them, and keeping things really simple.
It’s all about keeping things simple, following a plan that;s going to work for you, and bring held accountable. Being held accountable is the NUMBER ONE secret to success.
So here’s my top 7 nutrition tips to get back to feeling really good about yourself again:
Consuming these foods on a regular basis will help you achieve and maintain great health. They are rich in nutrients, vitamins and antioxidants that your body needs.
When you consume sugars and white starches, they will give you unhealthy energy and lesser nutrients. On top of that, they cause inflammatory symptoms such as increased sugar levels and weight.
i.e. healthy protein, which is going to keep you fuller for longer and gel support you in your weight loss goals. Beside that, they are rich in unsaturated fats, Vitamin D, probiotics and calcium.
Controlling the intake of red meat means controlling your healthy level. Avoiding bacon, ribs, and sausages will be the trick here. They contain large amounts of fat that you don’t need in your body.
Omega 3 and Monounsaturated fats
Consuming olive oil, nuts, and avocados is brilliant for your health, and mental health. Omega 3 is the best thing you can take to help you stop feeling down, it’s a really mood booster. They are also full with healthy fats that will help fight off extra weight.
Omega 3 fats are included in tuna, salmon, ground flaxseed, and walnuts
Large amounts of saturated fat can be found in poultry, red meat, whole milk, cheese and butter. Try to keep the level of these fats in extremely small amounts. Your body will tolerate only tiny amounts of these fats. Anything more than that causes inflammation.
Trans fats should be banned. Avoid them as much as possible. They can be found in:
They are reducing the levels of good cholesterol while raising the levels of bad cholesterol.
if you follow these tips, and workout 3 times per week, you’re going to feel on track and really good about yourself, in just a few short weeks.
Committed to your success,
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