If you are trying to eat healthier, but find yourself still craving unhealthy foods or excessive portions, don't get discouraged!
Habits are hard to break, and studies say it can take anywhere from 21-66+ days to create a new habit.
To be successful, you have to trust the process and embrace the long-term journey.
Take the time to create that new habit of eating better, and you'll find yourself losing those unhealthy cravings and loving the results you see!
A new month is a great time to begin healthier habits.
As we get into June, give this challenge a try! Even choosing one or a few items on the list is a great place to start.
You'll find just keeping these habits in mind will do wonders for your daily nutrition!
Are you interested in looking and feeling younger than your age?
Use these five simple tips to help move you towards this goal!
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Taking walks can be a great tool to reduce cravings and stay away from unhealthy snacks.
Research points to a couple key reasons, mainly cognitive stimulation (taking your mind off it). The discipline needed to take a walk may also carry into the ability to make better choices.
As the start of a new week, Monday is the perfect time to start fresh and "reset".
Completing this checklist regularly can provide a huge boost to your physical and mental health.
Try it today, and by the end you'll find yourself recharged and ready for the week ahead!
Grate lemon rinds to equal 2 teaspoons; halve lemons crosswise and reserve. Combine rind, oregano, canola oil, and garlic in a large bowl. Add chicken; toss to coat.
Heat a grill pan over medium-high. Coat pan with cooking spray. Sprinkle chicken with 1/4 teaspoon salt and 1/4 teaspoon pepper. Add chicken to pan; cook 5 minutes on each side or until done. Add lemon halves to pan, cut sides down; cook 4 minutes. Remove chicken and lemons from pan. Cut chicken into slices.
Progress doesn't always have to be measured solely by the number on the scale or heaviness of weights lifted.
Sometimes, it shows up in simple ways like those listed here.
Healthy habits are crucial to long-term, sustainable success, so celebrate progress when you notice it!
If you're a mother, one thing you're probably familiar with is always being on the go.
It may seem difficult, but in order to have enough energy to keep up with everything you must prioritize your own health, especially when it comes to nutrition.
Here's Jarrod with more!
Waking up early is one lifestyle change that can have a huge impact on many facets of your life.
Benefits range from improved cognitive function, to better quality sleep, to just having more time for yourself.
Put these tips to use and give being a "morning person" a try!
1. Don't eat late
2. Plan a morning routine
3. Set an alarm
4. Get enough sleep
5. Prepare everything in advance