having a coach is a privilege

Having a Coach is a privilege. It costs money and nowadays, it’s hard enough to put food on the table let alone hire an expert to help you with your health goals.

If you are trying to improve your food and exercise, start with these basics.

I guarantee that if you start making protein and fiber a priority while also focusing on optimizing your rest, stress and sleep, you will see improvements in your health.

It doesn’t have to complicated!

-Aim for a fist sized serving of protein per meal. Opt for whole food lean sources. If you track, try for 100 grams daily.

-Track fiber. Eat your fruits and veggies. Next time you are hungry, do the apple test: Are you hungry enough to eat an apple? If so, eat the apple and then if you are still hungry, eat the thing you wanted to eat after the apple! Often times, our cravings cloud our physiological hunger cues. The more fiber the better!

-Monitor your sleep, rest and stress. Instead of adding stuff to your plate, ask yourself what things you are doing right now that you can modify to improve upon in these areas? Less screen time in the evenings? Scheduling a window of time for your walk break? Asking family members for support in creating healthy habits? Making a healthy habit a family affair?

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Happy Wednesday!

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