Anyone who says they've "always loved vegetables" is probably lying. However as adults living in the developed world with access to a full range of vegetables (that we can prepare in countless ways and actually do taste different), we don't have any excuse not to build them into our diets.
You know you should be doing this.
I know I should be doing this.
In (small) part, we are forever being persuaded by marketing and EVIL food scientists, intent on making processed, 'f
Here's your fourth edict: start snaffling a bit more protein for quicker recovery from workouts, stronger muscles, fewer cravings and staying fuller from meals for longer. As with the other three emails this week, incremental changes always beat massive, unsustainable seismic shifts.
Think about how each of your meals is made up. Start with the protein source and work up from there.
Need to take a step back and work out where to best get your protein from?
I've got you
However, for all I've said so far, you HAVE to stick to it. I've come to the conclusion that basically any gym programme and most (reasonable) nutrition plans will work, if only you have the cojones to stick to them.
The body takes time to adapt and only in tiny, usually unseeable increments.
But over time, those tiny unseeable increments add up to what you were hoping for all along, it's just that the internet and TV and reality 'stars' and magazines have made you think
As with the previous post, you've heard this all before, but in the words of The White Strips (whoooooooooo), it bears repeating. As with my recommendation to drink more water, all I'd like you to consider doing, is moving more.
There are loads of health benefits to this, including: Decrease depression and anxiety - yes, a jog around the block won't cure lifelong depression, but exercise has been proven to lift and sustain your mood Im
So Fitness 101, the most basic and easiest to do of all fitness recommendations... is drink more water.
I know you've heard it before, but are you doing it? If you're not approaching three litres of water a day, then give it a go and tell me you don't: - feel more alert in the mornings and throughout the day
- feel more energetic, with fewer slumps
- eat less and therefore - if that's your goal - start to lose weight
The simplest way to start this, is:
1. Take a large