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Transform Your Food Choices in 30 Days

Transform Your Food Choices in 30 Days

Anyone that knows me knows I follow my clients leads when we're in a coaching relationship. That means, I can help you lose weight, or I can help you decide that's not something you want to focus on right now – that learning to love the you that you are right now is a better plan. It's up to you ❤️

If you are looking to make some physical changes to your body though – focusing on healthy food, moving your body a bit more – I love the idea of taking things slow and not changing too much at once.

A great way to do this is to look a a 30 day window to get a good understanding of the basics of good nutrition and learning to make small yet impactful adjustments to your daily eating habits.

This approach is designed to suit anyone's lifestyle, whether you're aiming to shed some weight, boost your energy, or eat in a healthier, more mindful way.

Each step in this journey is about finding balance and enjoyment in your meals, making the process beneficial for your health and a delightful culinary adventure.

Let's explore how simple, sustainable changes can lead to lasting improvements in your diet and overall well-being and how you can do that in 30 days.


Week 1: Awareness and Planning

Food Diary: 
Start by keeping a food diary. Take note of everything you eat and drink, along with the time and your hunger level. This step will help you identify patterns, triggers, and areas for improvement.

Educate Yourself:
 Learn about macronutrients (carbs, proteins, fats) and micronutrients (vitamins, minerals). Understanding the role of these nutrients in your body empowers you to make informed choices.
Set Realistic Goals: Define clear, achievable goals. Rather than vague aspirations like “eat healthier,” opt for specific targets such as “include two servings of vegetables in every meal.”

Week 2: Gradual Changes

 Focus on drinking plenty of water. Aim for at least eight glasses a day. Hydration aids digestion, skin health, and energy levels.

Introduce Whole Foods: 
Gradually replace processed foods with whole foods. Whole grains, lean proteins, fruits, and vegetables should become staples in your diet.
Mindful Eating: Practice mindful eating. Chew slowly, savor your food, and pay attention to your body's hunger and fullness cues.

Week 3: Building a Healthy Plate

Balanced Meals:
 Each meal should include a balance of carbohydrates, proteins, and healthy fats. For example, a lunch plate might have brown rice (carb), grilled chicken (protein), and avocado (fat).

Portion Control: 
Learn to gauge portion sizes. A portion of meat should be about the size of your palm, and a serving of carbs about the size of your fist.
Snacking Smart: Choose healthy snacks like nuts, fruit, or yogurt. Avoid mindless snacking, especially late at night.

Week 4: Solidifying Habits

Meal Prepping:
 Prepare meals in advance to avoid last-minute unhealthy choices. Meal prepping ensures you have healthy options readily available.

Experiment and Enjoy:
 Try new recipes and foods. Healthy meals don't mean bland or boring. Discover the joy of cooking and eating nutritious, delicious foods.
Reflect and Adjust: Review your progress at the end of the week. Celebrate successes and identify areas for improvement. Adjust your goals and strategies accordingly.

Beyond 30 Days

Remember, healthy eating is a lifelong journey, not a 30-day sprint. These steps are just the beginning. Embrace this challenge as an opportunity to nourish your body, mind, and spirit. As you continue, listen to your body, be kind to yourself, and enjoy the journey towards a healthier, happier you.

What do you think? Totally do-able, right?


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