Health goals that work may seem like a mystery to you at the moment. But this doesn’t mean that you are not capable of transforming your experience of eating and health. These three tips will get you started with setting health goals that work.
Even though it is a couple of decades ago now, I still recall the discomfort from overeating on Christmas day.
Looking back, I now realise that Christmas day was not the only day we overate,
but on a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 is overfull, Christmas day was 10!
Diets come and go regularly as you are probably aware, but is each diet really new? You might be surprised to learn the things that all diets have in common.
Are you at the dieting T intersection, considering which option to take? To go on another diet, or try something new? Let’s see what Sarah’s journey and destination look like when she chooses to turn right and, then left.
Knowing what to eat isn’t enough to change eating habits. Agree?
And this is why I am sharing the missing pieces of the eating jigsaw puzzle in this post.
Two of the most popular questions that arise when I talk with women in our Eating Habit Profile calls are, “When is the best time to eat?”, often followed by “Does intermittent fasting work?” In this post, I briefly answer these two questions.