say what? what i mean by this is to add more of the healthy foods that you enjoy to your diet— it’ll satisfy your appetite and prevent you from over-indulging in the junk foods that you may be craving.
sometimes, when we think about our diet, all we think about is cutting this or cutting that. and honestly, it can be discouraging.
so rather than thinking about food denial, or subtraction, focus on the addition. focus on how you’ll allow yourself to eat more watermelon, for example.
just don’t forget to keep an eye on your total caloric intake for the day! ;)
is it possible to lose 20 pounds in a healthy way in 2-3 months?
considering that 1-2 pounds a week is the goal when it comes to healthy weight loss, i’d say that 20 pounds in 2-3 months is very possible!
and going about weight loss in such a way is commendable. it’s simply unrealistic when people ask for ways to lose 30 pounds in 2 weeks… due to the rapid weight loss (a good majority of which is water weight), these individuals typically gain the weight back and can become very discouraged/unmotivated about changing their bodies.
really though, they just went about it the wrong way. so to answer your question: yes! it’s possible and is a healthy goal at that. :)
despite the amount of nutrients and protein that they may boast, not all nutrition/energy bars are good for you!
always read the nutrition facts, keeping in mind the grams of sugar and if there are any partially hydrogenated oils!
i love your blog! it's very inspiring, thank you so much (:
noo, thank YOU!
i know i’ve been pretty inactive lately, so i can only hope to continue to be an inspiration to others. :)
eat healthy, work out, and be happy— don’t be too hard on yourself, okay?
good health is not something we can buy. however, it can be an extremely valuable savings account.
- anne wilson schaef
regular planks, side planks… they’re amazing at building up your core strength and stabilizer muscles. in fact, i’d say that planks are one of the bestab exercises you could possibly do.
you may not be moving while you do it, but i guarantee your muscles will be screaming for mercy. -curtis penner, youtuber
there’s no denying it— protein’s necessary for building muscle. also, like fiber, it helps make you feel full.
so do yourself a favor, and have a handful of these delicious soybeans!
Any ideas for what to bring for lunch at school? Getting tired of PB&J :P
there are plenty of foods you can bring!
follow a diet and exercise regimen that works for you— and don’t gauge your own progress based on others. everyone’s body works differently.
with hard work and consistency, you’ll get to where you want to be.