Happy New year to you.
Its the time of year when Food and Fitness can become a priority as we review our current health and want to put changes in place to optimise our food and fitness. One of the key elements to success is the combination of your food, fitness and well being and food often proves to be more of a challenge.
5 Simple guidelines to follow can be found on my website: https://www.foodandfitnessbylouise.com/food
•Read the ingredients and not the nutrients and eat real food.
•Eat out of your fridge.
•Skip the processed packaged foods and eat fresh foods that were recently alive, whether that’s meat, fish, fruit or vegetables.
•Don’t eat packaged “diet food”. Often diet food in bars, boxes, and shakes is junk food in disguise.
•Drink 3-4 litres of water each day.
Its important to eat regularly at 40+ in order to support the fluctuation of blood sugar levels and the effects of changes in oestrogen levels. Food is not just about aesthetics but equally important is the impact on our wellbeing. Eating regularly means including snacking a few times a day, once in the morning and once in the afternoon and this is often when poor choices can be made, so here are 15 options that work well for snacks, each is high in protein and "Real."
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