Finding What Works For You

The new year is creeping up on us, and with the new year comes new year’s resolutions. most people tend to set their goals related to health and fitness. think back to your 2018 health and fitness goal. did you reach it? if yes, congratulations! if you didn’t, it’s okay, we’re here to help. according to statistics, about 92% of new year’s resolutions related to weight loss or health, fail. when it comes to dieting, the key to success is sustainability. Of course, there’s no such thing as the magic diet. everyone is different. people type in “weight loss diet” on google and many pop up such as, keto, paleo, vegetarian, vegan, IIFYM, etc., all have the potential to work, but the question is, will it work for you? when it comes to finally deciding that you want to better your nutrition, our best advice is, to take it slow. when it comes to reaching any goal, you must give it time and patience. choose something that you enjoy.  a good start would be to make sure your eating whole foods. if it has a long shelf-life, I would pass on it. eat good quality meats, vegetables, and healthy fats.  stay away from sugary foods. excessive amounts of sugar is the leading cause to most health related problems. you don’t need to cut it out completely, rewarding yourself with your favorite treat after a long week of staying consistent, can actually be beneficial to you. don’t forget to stay active. find an activity you enjoy and play!