This Is the Healthy Meal + Fitness Plan You Need to Maximize Energy and Weight-Loss
When you’re trying to follow a healthy lifestyle that includes eating to increase energy and lose weight, it’s important to keep in mind the American Heart Association guidelines. You want to consume healthy fats, mono and polyunsaturated fats, omega-3, omega-6 fatty acids. Ideally you want to reduce your sodium intake and fat intake to less than 30%.
I offer several meal plans, but they all include the essential nutrients your body needs to keep you energized throughout the day—as well as snack ideas to curb hunger. It’s important to follow a step-by-step meal plan when you are just starting out to learn how to eat properly and sustain it. You want to have breakfast, lunch and dinner, as skipping meals isn’t a good idea. It can lead to lack of energy and cause unwanted “slip-ups”. That’s why it’s very important to include those healthy snacks in your daily diet.
In addition to eating well by following a healthy meal plan, it’s essential to establish an active fitness routine. Working out and keeping active is not only important to your body for weight-loss, it also contributes to your emotional well-being to aid in your overall wellness. And who doesn’t want to feel good?
If you don’t know how to workout or where to start, I offer free plans with several workout and fitness routines based on preference—whether you want to stay home and do bodyweight exercises or head to the gym. For more than 30-years I’ve lead a healthy lifestyle and helped many people get on and maintain their healthier lifestyle path. I can help you too. Just reach out. The first step is to take the quiz to see what plan is right for you.
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*This article is not intended to substitute for informed medical advice. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or condition. Always check with your doctor before changing your diet, altering your sleep habits, taking supplements, or starting a new fitness routine.