Do you want to be healthy, lean and happy?
Then why do you fool yourself into thinking that you are eating healthy…when your diet is filled with so many processed foods?
Don’t fall for it: so-called healthy packaged foods are NOT guilt-free. And they are hurting your fat loss results.
I can’t tell you how many folks I’ve seen chow down on organic, all-natural, gluten-free, vegan or high-fiber packaged foods…only to see their weight increase.
What did you expect?
Packaged snacks and desserts are going to stop fitness results and encourage fat storage. Every. Single. Time.
Even if it says healthy, or all-natural, or high-fiber, or organic, or gluten-free, or vegan.
If it’s processed and packaged, then it’s getting in the way of your results.
If you are serious about shaping up your body then throw out the packaged foods and opt for wholesome, real foods instead.
Start with these:
When it comes to fat loss, eating clean is half of the battle. The other half is all about effective, challenging and consistent exercise.
Begin right now by calling or emailing me to get started on an exercise program that will turn you into a fat burning machine!
Cottage Cheese Protein Pancakes
Here’s a pancake recipe that you can feel good about eating! It’s made with 100% pure, fitness ingredients that will fuel your results and satisfy your hunger.
Courtesy of RealHealthyRecipes.com
What you need Servings: 1
1 scoop vanilla protein powder ¼ cup egg whites ¼ cup cottage cheese 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1. Mix all of the ingredients together in a bowl.
2. Preheat your pancake griddle and grease with a touch of coconut oil. Add the batter to the preheated grill to form 3 pancakes. Once bubbles form, flip the pancakes to cook the other side.
3. Remove from heat and serve immediately with a handful of berries. Enjoy!
Nutrition One serving equals: 182 calories, 1g fat, 3g carbohydrate, 374g sodium, 0g fiber, and 38g protein.
Tally It Up!
You could be making a valiant effort to lose fat, but if you eat too much each day then the number on your scale will not budge. Even if you think that you’re limiting calories, you won’t know unless you do a little research.
Get a small notebook to carry with you and jot down everything you eat for an entire week. Be sure to include the exact amount that you eat of each food item. At the end of the week do a tally of each day, and then figure out how many calories you eat on an average day.
Review your daily entries for items that are filled with empty calories – like cookies, candy or soda pop. These should be the first things that you cut out of your diet as you transform your body.