Nutrition is at least 70% of your results. You really are what you eat.
Keep a Food Journal
- the time
- what you eat and drink
- how you were feeling before you ate (bored, upset, hungry, etc)
- how you felt after eating (emotionally ( ex: disappointed with myself) and physically (ex: bloated)
Be aware when it comes to your body and eating and how your body reacts to what you put in it.
Watch your portion sizes and read food labels. If you are not getting the results you want and you are working out, it's usually your food.
Fat is lost in the kitchen. Muscle is gained by working out.
There is room for less healthy foods in an overall healthy lifestyle. This way you don't feel deprived or discouraged if you don't make the healthiest choices from time to time. It's all about permission and balance.