Training movements or muscles

Training movements or muscles

There are a million different ways to exercise out there. I’ve moved away from thinking of these ways as “right” or “wrong”, but instead they are just “different”. And some ways will be more/less appropriate to you, depending on things like:

  • Your end goal
  • Training background
  • Current health/injury level
  • Previous health/injury level
  • Personal preference…

I am going to talk you through two of the main exercise types to give you something to think about today. So here goes…

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What is the easiest thing I can do to eat more healthily?

What is the easiest thing I can do to eat more healthily?

Loo Read – Something you can read in the 3 minutes you are sitting on the loo…

Don’t forget, we have an entire online course devoted to helping you Eat Better for the long term. Click here to take a look. In the meantime, to get you started…

People often ask, ‘Should I be eating this food, or that food?’ or ‘What is the best thing I can do to eat more healthily?’   This is our opinion…

Every living organism on this planet can somehow get everything it needs and be fit and healthy enough to fight for its very survival, by eating a diet made up of whole, natural, unprocessed food.

  • Cheetahs can run faster than anything on the planet by eating whole, natural, unprocessed foods.
  • Gorillas grow immensely big and strong by eating whole, natural, unprocessed foods.
  • Wildebeest migrate huge distances by eating whole, natural, unprocessed foods.
  • Humans…have increasingly chronic medical challenges including obesity, higher blood pressure, heart disease, greater risk of diabetes and stroke (to name a few) by eating less whole, natural, unprocessed foods and lots more processed, manufactured junk.

A very simple lesson to learn from nature to eat more healthily is: 

“If it looks like it has come straight from a farm, it’s probably good for you. 

If it looks like it has come straight out of a factory, it’s probably not good for you”.

Eating less processed, manufactured junk food reduces the amount of excess, nutrient-low calories and salt, sugar, bad fats and additives you have.

Eating more whole, natural and unprocessed foods means you will be getting all the necessary energy and nutrients you need to fuel your body and thrive. For example eating more

  • Fruit and veg
  • Nuts and pulses
  • Meat and fish

A simple rule to follow to improve your healthy eating is to make sure the bulk of every meal/snack is made of whole, unprocessed, natural food that looks like it has come straight from a farm…and you won’t go far wrong.

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