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5 Easy Steps to Make Eating Clean Easy!

5 Easy Steps to Make Eating Clean Easy!

So you’ve decided it’s time to change your eating habits once and for all and to transform your lifestyle, that’s great!

Over the last 18 years, I’ve helped thousands of women reclaim their energy and transform their bodies with clean eating, fitness and mindfulness.

I know there are countless of weight loss and fitness programs out there. But I’ve made it my #1 priority to make this coaching platform the one place where you can start your fitness journey and work on the body and life of your dreams with no food restriction, no isolation, and none of the garbage fitness/dieting myths that are out there.

It’s all about learning how to truly love the food you eat and live your life in a healthier way.

Here are 5 easy steps to make Clean Eating easy!

  1. Know Your Why

When making a big change, it’s important to get your mindset in the right place. Create a list of reasons you want to start eating better, and how this new lifestyle will have a positive impact on your life.

  • What are the some of things you want to change about how you look and feel?
  • Are there any health issues that you want to transform?
  • How is your body or energy currently suffering as a result of your current lifestyle?
  • What positive experiences will you have when you start Eating Clean?

Make a list of all of the reasons your current lifestyle isn’t working and finish by writing down all of the ways transforming your lifestyle can help you feel better!

  1. Do Your Research

What does healthy eating mean to you? Do your research before making changes to your eating lifestyle.

There are so many different ways to eat healthily, so what’s going to work for you? Eating clean is not a restrictive diet; it’s a rewiring of eating habits and a real food approach. Why? Because it’s a sustainable long-term lifestyle!

You can’t stay on a diet forever, but when you learn principles from different styles of eating, you can create a system in your own life; you’ll find that feeling amazing is all the motivation you need to change your life forever.

  1. Clean Up Your Pantry

Clean up your pantry if you want to succeed! It’s way to easy to give in to a craving when you’re hungry, tired, or emotionally stressed so don’t tempt yourself by leaving chips or sweets around. Fill your fridge up with fresh veggies, prep some meals ahead of time and make sure your dried and preserved goods are all of the healthy variety.

  1. Follow a Meal Plan

Especially when you’re first starting out, having a plan of action, guidelines and boundaries to follow is paramount to your success.

Because you’ll be transitioning to real, whole and unprocessed foods – you will be spending more time in the kitchen. To make Clean Eating sustainable, you’ve got to set aside a bit of time each week to plan out what you’re going to eat and prep a few things ahead of time.

Meal prepping makes Eating Clean even more convenient than having to go out, order food, wait for it and then feel sluggish after. Instead, your meals are ready as soon as you need them and afterward, you feel light and energized!

My Nutrition Coaching is designed to hold your hand and guide you through your first 30 days of transforming your lifestyle.

  1. Have Support

Last but not least, make sure you have support and encouragement.

Let your family know WHY you want to transform your lifestyle and how they can support you. Here’s an example:

“Lately I’ve been feeling really tired, anxious, heavy etc, (insert your own feelings) and I want to feel better. Changing my current eating habits is going to help me do that. I’d feel really supported by you if you didn’t offer me anything that’s outside of my meal plan. This is really important to me, and it will help to hear that you support me along the way”.

I hope these tips help you and if you need more support and guidance fill out this form and submit 1-on-1 Transformation Coaching Request For Information

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