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Baby steps

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Okay. Ive gone to the gym three days in a row.

My eating habits are still not tamed but slowely but surely I'm making the change.

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    That's the way to do it. emoticon emoticon
    1932 days ago
    All steps count!!
    1932 days ago
    baby steps work the best
    1932 days ago
    Congrats on your progress and first successes. Day by day you will get there.
    I thought I'd send you this as I know you'll lose more and see changes faster. It's what I recommend to clients and friends and family as a checklist to eating. Try to eat enough protein to the high end of your numbers...and in the on the high end...not the low. You need to eat to lose...but it's WHAT you eat!
    Let me know if you have questions. :)
    Daily nutrition.
    Everyday Eat:
    2-3 servings of fruit
    1-2 servings of dairy (milk/yoghurt)
    2-3 liters of water
    5 servings/cups of non-starchy veggies (no corn, peas, sweet potatoes, etc - they go under carb count.)
    at each meal (6 servings) - 1 serving lean protein (like a size of a deck of cards, palm of hand), 1 serving complex carbohydrate (size of your fist), and a healthy fat serving (size of a dice or thumb nail)
    Plus a good multivitamin and Omegas :)
    It's a nice checklist to start your plan! LOL I still use it! It keeps it simple and fresh and complete and balanced. You can go over on protein...especially if you are moving your body. I also suggest just protein and veggies after 2 PM if possible. But that's something you can work towards :) that was hard for me when I started.
    Let me know if you need anything or have any questions.
    Enjoy your ass kicking week!

    YOU CAN DO THIS!!!!!! What's your reward for doing your best for 1 week? 2 weeks? 4 weeks? Don't forget to reward yourself with some special things for doing such a great job! xo

    1932 days ago
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