I’ve dropped quite a bit of weight this year so far (and am still losing the weight and toning up) and I’ve had tons of people ask me what I’m doing to get these results. I’m losing weight at a relatively slow pace compared to crash dieting. Losing weight slowly is a much healthier way to lose weight because it will help you keep the weight off long-term. I have studied health, nutrition, exercise, etc. for several years because of my own health issues over the years.
I have divided this series into several segments because there is so much information to give you. Be on the lookout over the next couple of months for more…and more…and more information.
Fruits and vitamins are essential to our wellbeing. We need to eat healthy to be healthy. What’s that saying…we are what we eat…
- Water based fruit, such as apples, oranges, pears, cantaloupe, etc., will help with weight loss when eaten regularly, especially when eaten in the morning.
- An apple in the morning can and should replace morning cup of Joe. The apple will help wake your body up, and it is much healthier…adding to the nutrient intake for the day.
- I take whole foods vitamins. Whole foods vitamins are the best type to take, unless otherwise prescribed by your physician. Our bodies absorb only about 20% of man-made vitamins. This is because they are man-made and don’t include the natural ingredients our bodies need. Our bodies will absorb about 80% of whole foods vitamins because they are made from extracting the nutrients from nature – from plants. Good whole foods vitamins can usually be found in health food stores – not in Wal-Mart.
Please consult with your physician to determine if there are other vitamins / supplements that you may need to take (i.e. fish oil, Vitamin B, Vitamin D, calcium, etc.). Ensuring you have the proper levels of everything in your body can increase your health, your quality of life, and your lifespan.
Are you willing to replace your morning cup of Joe with an apple for just one week?