Snacking is unnecessary and hinders most people’s health and fitness goals.
We’ve been told to constantly eat in order to keep our metabolism healthy, yet snacks are rarely nutritious, and often energy-dense and sugar and carbohydrate rich. All of which cause more problems than the one they’re intended to support.
As an evidence-based PT and transformation specialist, if I haven’t lived through the process myself, then I won’t recommend it to my clients.
Aiming for a “New Year, New You”? Remember: change doesn’t need to be fast, it just needs to be consistent.”
I’m not a fan of New Year’s resolutions, at least not in the way that most people approach them. The “New Year, New Me” mentality is a sure-fire way to give yourself whiplash, set yourself up for failure, and end-up feeling worse than you did before.