Restore a healthy body weight and improve eating behaviors.
Studies show how we look and how we feel is 80% what we eat and 20% what we do!
Many of us have a decent handle on the exercise part of things….but the nutrition part of things can be a cluster of all kinds of information! It is a puzzle of how we eat, what we eat, when we eat and how much do we eat!
But now it’s time to get back on track. I don’t know about you but all the parties and goodies lead
me into bad habits of skipping workouts, eating foods I shouldn’t and sitting way too much.
Amanda B. Smith is a licensed Physical therapist and ACE-certified health coach with more than 25 years of experience. ABS Pilates serves the central Ohio area including Columbus, Westerville, Sunbury, New Albany, Gahanna and Deleware. Contact ABS Pilates today and get your mind and your body back on track to a healthier tomorrow!
Someone recently brought my attention to a great little article in the Westerville Community Center’s winter brochure titled “7 Ways Fit People Live Their Lives”
A New Season is Here… Now is the Time to Get Your Health and Nutrition Back on Track! So the summer is winding down. The kiddos are heading back to school and the vacation season is coming to an end. For many of us, we use the summer as an excuse to indulge a little…
For decades we have heard about how we should consume foods with little or no fat. We have been brainwashed by the media and grocery stores to believe that consuming fat will make us fat.
Do you ever find yourself less than motivated to exercise when you know you should? Does that strawberry Pop-Tart sound better for breakfast than oatmeal?
Calories in versus calories out….that is the determining factor in whether or not you can either achieve or maintain an ideal weight. When you carefully monitor your portion sizes, you are more likely to consume the appropriate amount of food.
The Top 10 Things You Can Do to Make Yourself Healthier Today and How a Health Coach Can Help.
Do you like to snack? I sure do!
The USDA reports that the average person consumes 1/4 of his calories from snacks.
Snacking can have a huge impact on your health. Choose wisely and you can definitely improve the quality of your diet.
Choose Unwisely and you may find yourself gaining unwanted weight. Snacking on unhealthy foods like potato chips and doughnuts can lead to excessive weight gain and a myriad of health problems, such as diabetes and heart disease.