Living a healthy lifestyle is not about strict diet limitations, trying to be unrealistically thin or depriving yourself of the foods you love. For me, it’s all about feeling great, having more energy, improving my outlook on life and stabilising my mood.
There is some very overwhelming and conflicting diet advice out there, don’t be discouraged, you’re not alone. Let me help you cut thought all this confusion and learn how to create a healthier lifestyle that is good for mind and body.
Whether your goal is to lose weight, gain weight, build muscle, become fitter, feel better, feel stronger, have more energy, check out my tips to help achieve a healthier improved you.
Today we are going to talk about how making those little changes and how they add up, if you’re consistent.
Food is the basic need for the efficient functioning of the body. Start making these little changes below today and watch the changes happen!
Here’s a few tips to make some easy adjustments that will help you:
Cut back on Tea and Coffee, that are high in caffeine:
Substitute with an all natural organic Green Tea, CBD herbal tea or Matcha, this is an excellent way to boost your weight loss and health. Not only does it boost your metabolism, but it also contains the highest concentration of antioxidants, that protect from heart disease and even some cancers. Sip on that green tea to get all of it’s amazing benefits.
Ditch the white foods!
Well nearly all of them. switch whiter carbs for brown, or even better to fermented or sprouted. Whole grains are full of fibre and goodness, make this switch and watch the difference it makes to your waistline. Most white foods-pasta, bread, flour, sugars are primarily refined carbs and empty calories. So cutting them out is one of the quickest ways to shed those unwanted pounds.
Keep a Food Diary:
Food diaries are great to help you target areas that need improvement. It might help you realise those hidden calories you are consuming. Food diaries are a powerful tool to help your be accountable for the food you are putting in your body and increase the awareness of where those extra calories are coming from. Try keeping one for a few days and seeing where you could improve. Why not check out my own 90 day journal to get the guidance and support to help you.
Replace sweet and sugary treats with fruit or yoghurt, etc. Simply by making these small changes with sweet treats will prevent such high sugar ‘rushes’ from these treats. Everything in moderation but really enjoy what you have. Would you like some support and help making some changes? Why not check out my recipe books or meal plans?
Drink more water:
Rehydrate your body, detox and energise yourself with more water in your day. Notice the positive changes in your skin and energy levels after, as well as your appetite and you will also sleep better. Give it a go today and see how you feel…
Consume CBD Daily:
CBD is amazing for general all round health as well as the many health benefits it can also help including: depression, anxiety, adhd, autism, pain, skin problems, amongst many other benefits. To learn more about CBD and it’s benefits, click here!
If you would like to chat more about where to start with CBD, I’d love to help you, drop me an email.
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Why not give these simple suggestions a try and let me know how you get on! I’d love to hear from you.
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I am not a dietician or a doctor. The ideas suggested here, are intended to be used for educational purposes only based on my own personal experiences.
The author ‘Jemma Stevens’ ‘Flawsome Jem’, is not rendering medical advice, nor to diagnose, prescribe or treat, any disease, condition, injury or illness.
It is imperative before beginning any exercise or nutrition programme, that you receive full medical clearance from your GP (doctor/physician).
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