Wellness Wednesday tips on how I have used my fitness regimen and food to transform my results. If working out at home, the best suggestion I can make is to create a schedule and stay consistent. There is no magic potion to see results but changing old habits are a must. Food is challenging especially when it comes down to what to eat and how much to eat. My goal was to include foods I should eat and why I eat these foods. I do not focus on eliminating foods I love but eating them in moderation or as a treat.
A good idea is to create a grocery list before you reach the store as you plan meals for the week. I try to balance my carbohydrates, protein, and fat. Also, include fruit and plenty of green vegetables. The meal planning will depend on your specific goals for fitness. I suggest consulting a registered dietician because meal planning will vary from person to person.
Some of my grocery store staples include the following:
Fiber and Carbohydrates:
Whole grain rice
Lean meat or seafood: chicken and turkey, or white fish
brown eggs or egg whites
natural peanut butter
extra virgin olive oil
Vegetables and Fruit
Almond milk, unsweetened and sweetened
bell peppers in a variety of colors
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