- Know what you are eating
Learn to read food labels so you know exactly what you are putting into your body.
- Drink Water
You should drink a large glass of water on rising and 30 minutes before every meal.
- Say goodbye to refined flours and grains
Replace all white flour and refined grains with healthy alternatives such as coconut flour, buckwheat flour, quinoa, and freekeh.
- No more sugar or artificial sweetener
We know that sugar is bad for us, but did you know that studies have found that those who choose “sugar-free” products will just consume this sugar elsewhere in their diet.
- High Protein
Protein is essential for growth, maintenance and repair of all our body tissues. Not to mention its filling capabilities, fill up on high protein rather than high carbohydrate and fat. Protein has fewer calories per gram then the energy-rich alternatives.
- Eat Breakfast
Every day we must eat breakfast to kick-start our metabolism and give ourselves the much-needed energy our body requires to take on the day.
- Get enough sleep
Our body needs 8 hours of rest every night. The restorative process our body goes through every night is essential, think about how bad you feel all day on 2 hours sleep.
- No more white foods
No more white bread, potatoes, sugar, chips, biscuits etc. This is a big commitment, one your digestive system will certainly thank you for.
- Eat until you are satisfied, not full
Don’t go to bed on an unbearably full stomach; eat until you are satisfied.
- Splurge, once a week
Having a splurge or cheat meal once a week will keep you falling off the wagon, also it will prevent having regrettable cheat days!