It’s somewhat a familiar weight loss story: You vow to lose weight and the pledge to honor a daily routine and lose every last unwanted calorie. But soon, you’re eating cupcakes at the office or grabbing your favorite snack and you think to yourself, oops, diet over.
Well, if this your story, we have a better way: You can swap the all-or nothing, do-or-die approach for one or two healthy switch-ups in your daily routine that will snowball into the effect you really desire. The aim is to give your body some reset time and put an end to unhealthy cravings and habits and restore a healthy metabolism, heal your digestive tract and very importantly, balance your immune system.
Basically, the idea is that if you’re struggling with weight loss, you must realize that eating right is the only thing that works sustainably over time. All the “gyming” and exercise will only begin to take effect when you’re putting the right stuff in your body. There is a scheme developed with the aim of achieving this called Whole30.
So, what is Whole30?
Whole30 is basically a 30-day eating plan where you rid your diet of certain food groups. Specifically, the following:
It’s almost certain the first question that comes to mind as soon as you see the list is ‘so what will I now eat?” Lol. Well, the answer is; with all these out of the way, you get to eat food. Real food. Good food like
When you eat, think of meals with more veggies and protein content and when it’s time to snack, snack on a handful of cashew nuts or a banana.
Having done well to observe the Whole30 healthy eating scheme, it’s time to put in some exercise. For those who can, it’s advised to do some running, walking and jogging. Just move your body. Finding and enrolling in a gym around you would be very helpful. Cardio is fantastic for blasting fat and if you combine it with eating right, the results will blow your mind.
For more information on the Whole30 challenge, click here
Culled from The Superfly Cook