We are creatures of habit.
We like routine and do well by following guidelines and advice.
On the flip side most of us do not do as well with strict rules. These usually mean restriction and limitation.
When it comes to nutrition, exactly the same thing applies.
Give someone a set of guidelines to follow, they do it; set strict rules and the chances are they will break the rules and just give up.
As the saying goes, rules are made to be broken.
For many people who are starting out on improving their nutrition, counting and tracking daily calories is a difficult task.
Many people have acquired bad nutritional habits, and they practice these every single day, such as:
- Skipping breakfast
- Snacking between meals
- Drinking too much coffee instead of eating
- Adding sugar to drinks or snacks
- Buying takeaways rather than home cooking
- Drinking too much alcohol
- Staying up late and late night binge eating
- Many, many more bad habits
As you can see it’s not just a case of counting calories or food logging, it’s about breaking and improving habits.
By changing your daily bad habits for improved and healthy habits, the ‘numbers’ usually take care of themselves and impressive results can be achieved from this alone.
If you are thinking that this program is easy and that you know you should be doing this stuff, then it’s time to make it happen. Don’t underestimate the effectiveness of the basics when they are completed consistently.
This Lifestyle Transformation Program will help you achieve incredible results by understanding and following simple daily habits.