Often, those on their weight loss and wellness journey find themselves derailed when unrealistic, irrational and often damaging thoughts lead to disappointment and, ultimately, abandoning goals. This is where self-care plays an important role.
Everything in life is a choice, including weight loss. Change has the potential of bringing an unlimited number of positive effects to your life, if you’re ready for it. Although it isn’t easy, each of us has the power to reset our routines, making the time to be healthy.
Your environment influences your decisions, behaviours, and attitude, and it plays a big role in your ability to reach your weight loss goals. These tips can help you set your environment up for success.
When you’re tired and hungry, so often “what you see is what you eat”. What do you see when you open your refrigerator or pantry? Use these tips to help you set your kitchen up for weight loss success.
The article Sleep and Weight Loss is written by the experts behind the Ideal Protein weight loss protocol and helps answer the common questions: does sleep affect weight loss? and how much sleep is enough?
Meditation is a wonderful wellness practice, it promotes happiness, taking better care of ourselves, and it is even being shown to positively wire (or re-wire) parts of the brain that help you lose weight. Try this guided meditation to support you on your weight loss journey!
Clients who lose weight and keep it off often are the ones who do the inner work, such as meditation. Try this guided meditation before your next meal…
Everyone knows that diet, nutrition, and fitness all play a role in weight loss, but there are a few more truths that should be taken into consideration by those starting, or on, a weight loss program.
Stressed, anxious, overcommitted? These feelings can seriously undermine health, wellness, and weight loss. We have become accustomed to accepting chronic stress as a standard and ever present part of life.
Losing weight is not just about what you eat—it’s also about what you drink. Not only is the humble glass of water a no-calorie, healthful and free beverage, it may also help you in your efforts to slim down.
What is a trigger? It’s simple: A trigger is any kind of stimulus that we can have a reaction to. Triggers can be sights, smells, sounds, locations, stressful situations—even people—that break down our resistance and cause us to eat things that sabotage our weight loss efforts.
Whether you’re on your journey to lose weight or are trying to increase your overall health, with a small amount of discipline you can create a new habit that requires little effort to maintain, and can dramatically increase your quality of life.