One of the biggest challenges we hear from people when they switch to eating a healthier diet is that it’s “so much more expensive” then what they normally buy. It can feel like a dramatic increase on your shopping bill, especially for those who aren’t just feeding themselves, but their families too. When you move to a more whole food diet that consists of good quality meat and lots of fresh veg and fruit it can feel more expensive. And whilst yes your shopping bill may go up a bit, we always like to think of it as a long-term investment into your health. When you are healthier, your body functions better, you are less likely to get sick and you are happier person for it. It’s worth a bit of extra money you need to spend to get healthy. If money is one of those challenges you face there are some things you can do that will help save on your shopping costs.
Here at Sweating For The Wedding, when we hear the word “diet”, what we actually hear is deprivation, going hungry, strict calorie counting and something that is only a temporary solution. As a society we are obsessed with the word diet and any quick weight loss regime that hits the market. The problem is most of these quick weight loss diets may work in the short-term but very rarely work in the long term.
We’ve done our fair share of “diets” in the past, especially in January! However the key to getting the results you want long term and being happy, is to take on a balanced clean eating approach to your food. Why go through all the effort of training and changing the way you eat, if you are only going to put the pounds back on.
That’s why we think you need to ditch the term “diet” from you vocabulary and and instead incorporate these clean eating tips as a way to nourish the body...
It’s the new year and we’re sure you have already set yourself some awesome New Year resolutions. As much as goals are important it’s also extremely important to stay motivated when working towards them.
We’ve all seen it so many times with people as they start the new year with all these great intentions to make some serious changes and then they hit some road block or lose momentum and don’t reach to where they want to go.
So to help you stay on track for 2017, here’s our top tips on how to stay motivated and work towards your goals.