“Eat real foods and get some exercise”, I say.
This is simple. Simple, but not always easy.
If I could get you to understand one thing, it’s that there are no easy fixes. Deep down you know this, but it’s hard to accept. I don’t say this to ruin your day, or to make you work harder than you need to, but I have to be honest with you from the beginning.
Too many of my clients come to me so confused about health and exercise. They’ve watched one too many episodes of Dr. Oz. Or they see their Facebook friends talking about different diets or supplements. Many come to me saying they can’t lose weight even though they’ve “tried everything”. But the truth is, most of these people haven’t tried eating real food,in the appropriate amounts,for a long enough period to see significant change.
Often people aren’t eating enough food, or they’re afraid to have any fat in their diet.
These same people will workout a few times a week, but struggle to ever meet their goals. They’re constantly going to the doctor. Constantly getting new medications (with less than ideal side effects), and they never really feel good.
Then there are clients that start believing they can make a difference.
With just a little guidance, I’ve seen the following in clients that changed their diets and started exercising:
- Loss of body fat
- Decrease in arthritic pain ( thanks to a decrease in overall inflammation)
- Lower blood pressure
- Lower triglycerides
- Higher bone density
- More energy
- Better sleep
- Increased flexibility
- More confidence
- Mental clarity
- Decreased joint pain
- Better posture
Literally every day somebody tells me about how surprised they are to learn that something THEY did improved their everyday lives.
Again, this isn’t a magic pill. It requires dedication. It requires patience. And it requires believing you’re worth the effort.
So I encourage you, take a look at where you’re at. Look at where you want to be, and take that next step. We’re ready when you are.
It’s time to live better.