Two of my favorite nutrition tips are: “Eat only one ingredient foods” and “avoid anything that comes in a bag or a box”. What are your favorite simple nutrition tips? Answer below.
“Moment on the lips lifetime on the hips” – Charlie
If it comes from a plant, it’s okay. If it’s made in a plant then stay away.- Steve
Get your damn hands out of that cookie jar! – Summer
If you can’t pronounce an ingredient, it’s probably not a good choice. – Suzy
If your food can go bad, it’s good for you. If it can’t go bad, it’s bad for you. – Joanne
Watermelon! – Vicki
Nothing from a petrol station –Ben
Have some more water! –Joan
Nothing advertised on television! Nothing your great grandparents wouldn’t recognize as food! – The Health You Want
If it has a momma don’t eat it – Maggy
Don’t eat anything that your great-great-grandmother wouldnt recognize as food –Nate
Do not eat white things ! they are normally processed to death ! only milk do I include – Chris
Don’t eat something that didn’t grow naturally – Arlene
What you eat in private, you wear in public. – Emma
If it doesn’t go bad, it can’t be good. -Sheri
Eat the rainbow – Carrie
If it comes off a tree or out of the ground or you shoot and kiil it you can have it – Glenda
Eat a balanced diet of “whole” foods. Unless you truly have an allergy or sensitivity, don’t eliminate entire food groups or you set yourself up for failure (as many studies have shown). You can be healthy and still enjoy life, just pay attention to portions and your overall caloric needs based on your size, goals, and activity level.
Oh, and if I really want something sweet/sinful I try to use the “how many burpees do I have to do to offset that” calculation. As much as I love burpees, that usually stops me cold –Susie
I make a point to eat everything while sitting in front of a mirror naked. Really makes me not want to eat. –Lisa
Turbulence Training These are great, thanks so much!
Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer