You feel good about the amount of water you drank, you got your workout in and even prepared a healthy dinner. Sounds like a pretty good day, right?
Then the late-night-snacking creeps in, you can't resist and just like that it feels like all the good choices you made during the day are washed down the drain.
I’m not sick sick, but I feel icky and blah, and lethargic and hopeless. What I’m feeling feels both physical and psychological. And they seem to be tied together. It’s like when my psychological side (re: mindset) starts to improve then my physical side fails me.
Healthy and sustainable weight loss can be tricky and frustrating. With hundreds of fad diets on the market promising quick and easy methods to lose weight, along with conflicting reports in the media, it can be difficult to know where to begin.
By: Becky Brown, RPh, NBC-HWC
Three simple words that used to take my stress level from zero to sixty as soon as I thought them or heaven forbid someone else dared to utter them are – ‘what’s for dinner?’
Eating healthy doesn’t have to be hard! I have worked with so many clients who tell me they just don’t have time to prepare healthy meals. I have spent years helping my clients come up with tricks and strategies to fill their bodies with satisfying, nutritious meals and snacks that don’t require hours in the kitchen!