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No More Stressing Over 'What's For Lunch/Dinner?' Meal Prep Guide
It’s my brand-new Meal Prep Guide, and it outlines practical tips for making sure you always have a healthy meal ready when you need one. The best part is…. it doesn’t involve eating chicken and broccoli out of plastic containers!
Instead, it’s all about how to plan and prep your meals without disrupting your entire routine (i.e., meal prep for “real” people living real, busy lives!).Your new Meal Prep Guide includes delicious recipe that you can make-ahead to save yourself a ton of time!
Have you ever heard of the "middle-age spread"?
It's what can happen when you hit your 30's to 40's and your metabolism starts to change.
In a nutshell, your body starts to gain fat because of shifting hormones and the aging process.
Despite what you have read (and meayb even felt): gaining weight as you get older is not inevitable!!
In this blog post, I've put together a list of 4 things you can start doing (today!) to help fight middle-age spread - even if you are still in your 20's. The sooner you get a headstart, the better.
1. Move more. Studies show that as you get older, you typically move less - both during your everyday activities and in your workouts.
That's why it is so important to start a regular exercise habit with activities you enjoy and find hobbies that keep you active.
2. Keep your muscle. It's normal to lose muscle as you get older, but it's not inevitable.
With regular strength-building workouts (at least two times per week), it's not only possible to KEEP your muscles as you get older, but even REBUILD.
This helps keep you strong and active, plus it stokes up your metabolism!
A qualified coach can help you put together a plan that works for you and at the level you are at right now, and even if you have a busy schedule. Our More Energy, Better Health in 30 Days would be a great place to start! For more information, send me an email.
3. Eat enough protein. As people get older, they often skimp on their protein intake. Aim for 10% to 35% of your total daily calories - go on the higher side if you are active.
To make sure you get the MOST out of your protein intake, spread it out over the course of the day, since studies show that to be more effective.
4. Make it a lifestyle. As you get older, the way your cells metabolize fuel naturally slows down.
The bad news is there isn't a lot you can do about this, BUT ... research show this has only a minor impact compared with lower activity and muscle mass!
The best thing you can do is follow a healthy lifestyle: getting 7-8 hours of sleep a night, managing your stress levels, staying active, and eat whole-foods-based nutrition to help you stay healthy and have energy for everyday activities with familly and friends.
Remember, it's not the big steps you take occasionally that have the biggest impact on your health and wellness. It is the little things you do every single day.
Make your day an amazing day,
Francois, MES, CES, CLT, CBT
CEO | Chief Medical & Cancer Exercise Specialist
PS If you want to know exactly how we help individuals with busy schedules get exercises into their life, you can find out more information by sending me an email and I will share how we do that!
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..💡❓How many times a week do you ask yourself, “What’s for lunch?” (or dinner, or breakfast?)
👉🏽If that’s a familiar question, you need to check out my brand new Meal Prep Guide! I made it for busy people just like you. It’s all about how to make a custom meal prep plan that works for your unique needs.
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