“Wow this [insert diet here] is literally stripping the fat off me”
Is it working or are they getting results for the first few weeks before they give up?
It’s hard to know if certain diets are for you and whether we should actually diet at all.
Here I’ll give you a quick run down of some of the popular diets I hear a lot about at the minute.
Will these diets work for you?
What do they actually mean and how are they supposed to work?
Is there a ‘best’ diet?
Simple answer no.
It depends on you and if you can keep eating that way for the rest of your life.
The aim is to change your diet, not ‘go on a diet’.
We want to be able to lose weight and keep it off and this can only be done if we make long-term changes to what we eat.
Interested in how you could change up your training?
Want to get off the treadmill and start toning your muscles?
This doesn't mean you need to start going to the gym.
Bodyweight exercises can be done anywhere, with no equipment and don't have to take up much time.
I want to introduce you to what I believe are the 2 essential bodyweight exercises...
Practice these to tone up, burn fat and improve your strength.
We've all heard that "you are what you eat"
But did you know that what you eat affects your mind too?
Does our diet link to depression?
Can stress cause us to crave sugar?
The food you eat could be affecting your mood and the way you think.
Healthy eating could be a cure for depression.
Learn how you can improve your mood, energy levels, health and mind through eating good quality nutritious foods and removing the junk.
On average women spend £110 a month on products to improve their appearance.
But could you be investing this money in your fitness to make a bigger, more permanent change?
We could spend our hard-earned money on make-up and skin products. Or we could learn to improve what we eat and commit to regular exercise and get naturally better skin, plus a great body.
Read 5 easy but powerful ways to invest in your fitness and find out what you could be doing to improve your body and it's not necessary to spend a penny!
We all find it hard to resist our favourite treats and snacks.
Chocolates, crisps, sweets and junk food are calling out at us all the time.
But why do you possibly find it harder to resist them than other people do?
How can you still enjoy them, reduce cravings and still be able to lose weight.
Yes, you can still eat chocolate, but read on and see why you maybe shouldn't eat as much as you do and how to stop yourself from wanting more and more.
Plus get my free e-book containing even more ways to resist temptation but still enjoy your favourite naughty foods.