Are you always Hungry?

Diet

Do you feel like you are starving throughout the day? Spreading your food out throughout the day has proved to be a very instrumental tool for me. Definitely, this will do the trick of feeling less deprived for you- as well. Ultimately, you will feel more satisfied than your mind always thinking about food. Always be as realistic as possible with setting realistic goals & expectations for your weight loss.

Did you know that drinking a lot of water can help you to feel full & take your mind off of being hungry- as well? Having a wide variety of foods can actually be very satisfying. Such a fantastic feeling so your tummy does not feel deprived all the time. Get the proper nutrients that you deserve. I want you to feel healthy & have a balanced lifestyle. I hope you feel great!!!

Cheers,

Gina

Setting Goals that could be very Helpful in 2018!

Weight Cliquers, Happy New Year- 2018!!! What goals do have in your mind that you would like to achieve in 2018? This is your year for health, happiness & success! Definitely envision new goals & chase after them! Remember that selecting realistic goals is the way to go. Setting a healthy goal for 30-45 minutes each day can be the start of a positive way to move your life forward. There could be countless benefits in doing this. Eliminating Carbs from your diet can help to reduce your cravings. Also, figuring out which healthy foods to incorporate can be very exciting- as well!

How can you improve your fitness endurance this year? Do your best to push yourself as best as you can while strength training & working out. During your exercise routine, have a variety of programs so you can get a full body work-out. Definitely, it is so important to create overall healthy, long-term lifestyle goals that will be a terrific & outstanding fit for you. Stick to positive & consistent habits each and everyday. May your New Year be filled with countless blessings! I know that you can succeed at anything you put your mind to! I am so very excited for YOU!!

Cheers,

Gina