Mindful eating, it’s apparently the new “weight loss” trend nowadays. But it’s really not new nor is it a diet trend, it’s a way of life. It’s different from willpower. Some people can go on a diet and say no to certain things for a certain time but at some point, their willpower will be weakened and they will end up going back to their old ways. The problem lies in the disconnect between the mind and the body. It then becomes harder to get out of eating patterns. But when you pay attention to your body and it comes into alignment with your mind, you’ll never have to go on a diet. Here are some tips for a more mindful you! Read More
“The new year stands before us, like a chapter in a book, waiting to be written. We can help write that story by setting goals.” – Melody Beattie
With a new year comes a fresh start and a renewed hope. It’s a great time to let go of the past and move forward. The popular new year’s resolutions usually involve eating healthier and working out. Most people, however, only last for a week or two until they finally give up and return to their normal ways. The difference between people who are successful in reaching their goals as oppose to those that don’t is persistence. Even when they don’t see any instant changes, they keep going. Persistence mixed with discipline and knowledge is the key to lasting change. This year, instead of a resolutions list, let’s pursue a lifestyle of vitality and reap the benefits of optimal health. Read More
Breakfast, is it really the most important meal of the day?
The word breakfast literally means “breaking a fast” from the previous night. After 7-9 hours of overnight fasting, the body needs to refuel with food. Skipping breakfasts lowers metabolism, starves muscles and heightens late night cravings.
I came across this article as I was sifting through my emails this morning. Often we look at successful people and wonder how they got to where they are. Here are a few valuable tips to help you on your road to success : Read More