Working out is not enough for our bodies. Diet, what you eat, what you buy at the store and bring home to your kitchen, is highly significant to strong abs and obliques. Purchase and prepare foods that satiate your appetite. Eat seasonally and enjoy the monthly flavors. Your fitness routine also needs variety. Mix up your activities. Sleep is also key. The body, mind, and soul need rest and revitalizing. Sometimes preparing yourself is the key. Remind yourself in verbal or written form to workout the next day or after work. Repeat that reminder each night before you go to bed. This mantra may be the key to applying the health and wellness information you know to do.
Eat. Enjoy. Satiate. Satisfy. Get nutrients. Deal with emotions. Make something beautiful to make your belly happy. Breathe. Those daily habits make a difference. In my book, candy, cakes, cookies, and desserts are not the devil. Too many sweets and too often is not good. Not to worry though. Take a breath. If you get off the path of healthy living, I’m confident you can do better next time. As David S. Ludwig, MD, PhD stated, “Overeating doesn't make us fat. The process of becoming fat makes us overeat. In other words, hunger and overeating are the consequences of an underlying problem. Follow a simple lifestyle prescription focused on enjoyable physical activities, sleep, and stress relief to improve metabolism and support permanent behavior change.”
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