5 Tips To Get Fit Quickly
Sports nutritionist and author of The Athlete in You, Kinita Kadakia Patel, recommends a few lifestyle changes for you to keep fit, healthy, and that weight in check.
We all know that one person who is never satisfied with their current weight, and it’s not their fault at all. The reasons could be manifold—due to hereditary concerns, pre-existing medical conditions, poor food habits, stress or even bad lifestyle choices. If you want to make a change today, here are the steps that you can take towards living a healthier way.
Accept that you need to make a change
Changing your mindset is the first step towards your nutritional journey. One needs to start thinking of a diet as a lifestyle and not as a temporary three-month summer package or a four-session monsoon package with nutritionists. While short-term diets could work for you, their effects will be temporary. The goal is to take on something that you can keep up with.
Have faith in yourself
Believe that you can change. When you make a transition to being more disciplined with your eating habits, you can become healthy and reach your targets. Don’t rush and be very hard on yourself. Learning to eat right and losing weight is a journey. So be open to a change and keep following your nutritionist’s advice.
Create a lifestyle to support your nutrition journey
Healthy lifestyle changes can help enhance your results, boost confidence and help you sustain results. Just follow the guidance of experts such as your nutritionist, fitness trainer or therapist.
Making lifestyle changes and adhering to them is not easy. Make sure to invest in yourself, stay determined, look at the larger picture. This can help you stay motivated and on track. Even though it may take time to get where you want to be, it is best to follow the advice given by your nutritionist and trainer and stay on the right path.
Discipline will take you a long way. For example, something as basic as stopping your nighttime eating binges will take you a long way and you will see a difference. This will help you and your nutritionist understand your body. In the end, all this will help you make your goals a reality.
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