#1 – You don’t eat enough!
This isn’t always as straight forward as it seems – if you’re training a lot then you may have to actually eat more. What’s most important is eating the right things. Good quality lean meats, essential fats, vegetables and non-starchy carbs are the way to go – these food types will have the quality nutrition your body requires.
In general, people exercise to make some part of their body function better. However, without effective use of recovery periods (see 4 Recovery Periods Your Probably Ignoring!) you’ll most likely waste most of your hard work! With this in mind here are 7 simple recovery strategies everyone needs to be doing. Give them a try.
Stocking your kitchen – Part Two: The Healthy Fridge – By Gillian Farren
Firstly, think about how you will organize your fridge so that healthier food choices are the first ones you see. Studies show that people are more likely to choose healthy foods, such as vegetables and fruit, if they’re easily available. Try these simple tips to organize a healthy fridge:
Stocking your kitchen: making healthy meals the easier choice – By Gillian Farren
One of the easiest ways to ensure you make a fresh and healthy start in your kitchen is to ensure a good stock of staple foods in your fridge, freezer and store-cupboard.