Dr Richa Mittal shares 5 things you can start doing today to help with weight loss and your wellness!
Happy new year! Now the resolutions, diet plans and "strict" plans begin... or maybe NOT THIS TIME.
In this blog post, I review how to change to a healthful dietary pattern and make a lifestyle change sustainable. It is essential to be realistic! It is not only important to focus on enjoying the process and the rewards (not just weight loss), but also what you can ADD to your lifestyle and your plate- essentially “crowding” out, rather than restricting. Tips on what to add and what to crowd out included.
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Through culinary coaching, it is a privilege to offer nutrition help that goes beyond a meal plan. I work to create a sustainable nutrition plan according to health concerns and weight goals, but also for creating enjoyment, ease, and convenience. Learning about how shifting the focus to what foods should be enjoyed in abundance can help. While teaching healthy cooking techniques, and educating on how to modify ingredients in traditional recipes, I value helping patients apply changes to improve long-term health, including metabolic conditions, cholesterol problems, gut health, and improve long term mortality.
Is it possible to target fat loss in the belly area? Many of you have probably wondered about this. Well, it is, in a way. Although it is difficult to target fat loss in other areas of the body, typically excess fat in the abdominal area can be a sign of insulin resistance. Sharing 5 nutrition and lifestyle tips with those of you looking for weight loss help, especially in that midsection!
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In the upcoming new year, many of us will be setting goals for our health and then a few weeks in (or months for those who are extra diligent)... we might slip back into old habits. Why does this happen? Does this mean we are not capable of making sustainable changes?
Of course not.
What it means is we need to be realistic, be patient with ourselves, and be intentional in creating a plan- not just making a list of resolutions!
Here are some health tips from someone (me) who works with people making lifestyle changes for better health daily!
If you are looking to create life-long habits, you know that it can be challenging!
Have you ever become overwhelmed?
One way of accomplishing goals is to break tasks into small mini- goals and make them less of a daunting task. Have you tried this technique? For this month, I challenge you to pick one goal from this list of 6 goals and work on your mini-goal until it becomes part of your routine.
It is okay if you are not perfect! We should aim for progress, not perfection, right?!
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