Learning to Eat Healthy
It's something everyone knows they should do, is to eat healthier, but few of us do as consistently as we would like. Maybe you were doing so great and than you went on holiday or someone in the family got sick, and everything fell apart.
Or what about this one, how can I live a healthy lifestyle when I can barely catch my breath? It's all too much for me right now. Yes at times it can feel daunting, but here is the thing, moving one feet at a time, one baby step in the right direction, one meal at a time will create health decisions and create healthier and healthier lifestyle choices.
Most people think that building better habits or changing your actions is all about willpower or motivation. But the more I learn, the more I believe that the number one driver of behavior change is your environment. Your environment has an incredible ability to shape your behavior. Nowhere is this more true than with food. By doing the course you will be entered into my online group so that I can teach you and support you with collective leadership within my private Facebook group. Knowing that you have others doing the work right beside you will help keep you on track and motivated to keep, keeping on. Having this social support system can make a difference when trying to reach health and wellness goals. Often, when we try to go it alone, we don’t put ourselves first. A support system creates both accountability and encouragement.
The food we eat fuels every system and organ in our bodies. Our diet affects how we think and feel and how healthy we are. In fact about 1/2 of North Americans have at least one preventable chronic disease linked to not eating right or lack of physical activity.
Although each food choice we make may seem small, it's the little decisions we make each day that can derail our health goals and increase our risk for chronic disease.
Bonus Week Pantry and fridge clean out. Smarter ways to shop and fill your house with healthy foods you will actually eat.
Week 1 Boost your healthy at breakfast, and learn to balance your blood sugar
Week 2 Breaking down lunch, how to avoid those 3pm lows
Week 3 Dinner makeover, learning to eat for better sleep
Week 4 Putting it all together
Breaking old habits and forming new ones is not easy process, especially when it comes to foods you've been eating for your whole life.
I can't wait for you to join me and take back your health.
That's $37.6 per week to start taking your health back and teach yourself to eat healthy.
Breakfast is often called ‘the most important meal of the day’, and for good reason. As the name suggests, breakfast breaks the overnight fasting period. It replenishes your supply of glucose to boost your energy levels and alertness, while also providing other essential nutrients required for good health.
Learn how to take back your mornings and fuel your body with complete whole foods, even for the busy Mom on the go, I got your back.
Who many of us spend hours on Pinterest
getting lunch ideas for the kids and than grabbing whatever you have leftover for your own lunch. In week 2 we dive into lunch, and the importance of NOT skipping this mid day meal which can create overeating later in the day and can affect your blood sugar levels at night creating poor sleep habits. By NOT skipping lunch we dive into those 3pm crashes and even why your body maybe slow to digests dinner.
I am too tired to make dinner, lets head to the drive thru and get something there.
If you are not fueling your body correctly for morning or afternoon most likely you have little to no energy for dinner or anything else for that matter.
Taking back supper, learn to cook once eat twice maybe even three times. If you're burnt out from too much cooking, the issue may just be the amount of time you spend doing it. Remove the pressure/stress from the equation by already having something ready to eat.
Learn the joy of meal prep.
Putting it all together
Putting it all together.
Creating a livable framework for eating healthy to find balance and meet your healthy eating goals.
This week is about making yourself a priority, and taking all the lessons you learned in the first 4 weeks to eat healthy, find balance and love your new healthy lifestyle.