Have you ever heard or read something that really resonated with you? We asked our health coaches to reveal some of their favourite health insights. Wise people, our coaches.
We hope you enjoy these 10 gems:
- It can take more than 18 attempts to form a habit for some people while for others it can take more than 250 days. Do not give up when you know what you want to do.
- Focus on what food you need IN your day, rather than food you are trying to keep OUT.
- Our thoughts and our beliefs do not hold value unless we give them value, so look for the positive rather than the negative.
- There is no such thing as good or bad food. Food is food. Try thinking of food as ‘daily’ and sometimes’ foods.
- Small changes that can be maintained over time (such as swapping a large size coffee for a small one) will make more difference over your lifetime than big changes for a small amount of time.
- Confidence occurs as a result of achieving a small task or goal and feeling positive about achievements. You do not need confidence to make a change in your life.
- Are you realistic? Is it realistic to give up sugar for good, or do you need to establish some boundaries with yourself?
- Never stop setting goals. It is easy to lose direction when we achieve our goals and then don’t know where to go next. So, set another goal, even if it is small
- Deciding what to eat while you are hungry is unlikely to lead to a good choice. Instead, try to pre-plan your meals and make the healthy choice the easy choice.
The scales do not define who you are or dictate the type of person you are. They just provide a measure.
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