Consistent exercise keeps your mind sharp and gives you energy to carry out the physical activities you enjoy doing. Healthy eating keeps your body fat in check and makes you look better in clothes (and without clothes).
You don’t need to get a high intensity workout in every day (3-5 days of moderate to intense exercise is sufficient), but on your days off from the gym you should still get some low intensity activity in.
Even if it’s a simple 20 minute walk around the block after dinner, or playing with the kids. The health benefits are immense. And, not to mention those extra calories burned on a simple walk add up over time.
Eat a decent amount (about the size of a deck of cards) of lean protein at each meal and add a fibrous vegetable such as broccoli, spinach or asparagus to at least 2 of those meals each day. (We tell you exactly which proteins and vegetables are best in Body Fat Sniper, If you haven’t yet scooped up your free copy yet- get it here).
Protein is the backbone of every cell in your body and is involved in everything from keeping your metabolism running hot to building lean muscle tissue. Fibrous vegetables will provide valuable antioxidants as well as fiber to keep you feeling full and avoid over eating.
Get your fruits and vegetables as close to the source and as natural as possible. Shop at local farmers markets in your area or the outskirts of the grocery store and choose what is in- season. The next best choice would be frozen selections which actually don’t lose much nutrient wise.
Stay away from fruit packed in jars or cans as most are filled with crap like extra sugar, syrup and…