Nutrition is so very important when it comes to your health. Holistic Nutritionist, Raquel Custage-Elliott says you have to be aware that good nutrition is a process and you should not take on too many changes at once.
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In an interview with Custage-Elliott, she says stay on the wagon, you must make realistic choices for yourself. Take notice of how your body feels when you eat certain foods; that sluggish feeling can be a motivator to try a little harder to change a few things. Changing your eating habits is a process.
You may contact her if you feel the need for personal coaching during the process of change at www.energyofbreath.com or by phone 917-806-0702. She will be glad to help you in your quest for health.
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Most of us have made a resolution or two for the new year and by now the infomercials are flooding the TV channels. Are you really motivated to get moving? No?
According to an article in the Women’s Health online magazine, researchers say within six months 50 percent of people will drop out of exercise programs.
The key is to find what you like to do and not do what you think you should be doing. People who exercised because they wanted to did better stayed motivated longer than people who exercised because of outside influences (my mom says I’m putting on a few pounds). You have to take charge and make and stick to your own decisions.
I would like to help you stay motivated while trying to stick to my own personal commitment to stay in shape.
During the summer I have no problem getting exercise, but when it gets cold, my motivation drops as the temperature. The colder it gets, the less motivated I tend to be.
Let’s get Motivated and Move!
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