Keeping It Simple: Why Less is More
A lot of us, including myself, struggle with eating well. Why? There are so many choices out there that are available to us. Good and bad. Honestly, we tend to gravitate toward the bad. It’s easier to eat something that is convenient rather than cook or prepare something at home that is more nutritious. Here are some simple tips to help you keep your eating plan on track.
- Less is more.
- Keep it simple.
- Eat real food.
- Listen to your body.
- Less is more. If you’re taking 20 supplements a day (even if they are all natural), you’re probably taking too much. Focus on a good multivitamin.
- Do not overcomplicate this. Eat to live. Eating is necessary for survival. Choose a diet plan that you can follow. If you can’t follow it every day, then you will not see your desired results. Your diet’s effectiveness is directly linked to you effectively following the plan.
- If you are trying to lose weight, please limit food-like substances that come in a box or a bag. It doesn’t matter if it says, “Healthy” on the label. Avoid it. Eat a diet that consists of mainly vegetables and fruit.
- Listen to your body. If it says rest, rest. If it says move, move. If it says this food is making me gassy, then don’t eat it.