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Workplace Wellness Tips


One of the hardest places to stay motivated and be healthy is at the workplace. With all the vending machines, sitting at a desk for several hours per day, etc. Here are some tips that you can start incorporating now to make sure you don’t loose track of your health & fitness goals while at the workplace.


1. Choose snacks wisely: Prepare your own in advance from fresh fruit and chopped veggies like carrots or celery with hummus. You can also get mixed or assorted nuts, preferably raw minus the salt.


2. Add Fitness to your Routine: Two minutes of chair yoga or stretching and breathing can increase your fitness and focus.


3. Pack your own Lunch: Try making your meals at home and avoid all the extra additives and calories from eating take out or catered lunches that most offices have.


4. Trade Your Smoke Break: First off quit smoking if you do! Try getting some fresh air. Take a walk around the block instead.


5. Be Your Own Advocate: Ask your employer about ways to boost your health and that of your coworkers.


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What is Preventing You from Losing Weight


Are you struggling to lose weight? Do you find it hard to keep the weight off? Are you frustrated with those presky 5 or 10 pounds? If so this blog post may help you gain clarity on losing weight and keep it off.


1. Skipping Meals or Breakfast- This has to be one of the biggest myths/ lies out there. Not only will this make you more hungry but it will also throw off your metabolism. You may think that by fasting or skipping meals that you are avoiding extra fat but this cannot be the furthest from the truth. Not only do we need fat (healthy fat!) but your body needs those nutrients through out the day and by skipping meals you actually gain more weight and loose energy.


2. Working Out or Dieting alone- You cannot do one without the other. Both are key factors in order to lose weight and keep it off.  Diet is the most important step you can take to start the process and continue on the health path. Exercise helps you to burn the fat that is already stored on your body and also maintains the weight you’ve lost. We all cheat or eat fattening food once in a while. On occasions I eat pizza or french fries, working out on a regular basis ensures that I won’t pack on extra pounds during those cheat times.


3. Stressing out about Numbers- I do not count calories because studies have shown it’s not about calories, no carbs, or no fats. It’s about eating whole nutritious foods and making them a part of your everyday routine. Fresh fruits, veggies, good grains, beans, and legumes. Avoiding processed foods, microwave foods, and anything with a shelf life. Skip counting facts and figures and focus on the quality of your foods not how many calories are on the outside of the box. If you want to read the label, read what’s in the contents. If the ingredients are foreign or chemical based keep leave it on the store shelf where you found it!


4. Drinking or eating diet foods- This goes back to my point about avoiding processed foods. Most of these “diet” or “weight loss” products are filled with preservatives, additives, or other junk. Don’t be fooled by what it says on the front of the box. So what if it says things like “low fat” a lot of times they contain a lot of sugar or salt to make up for the “no fat” content. This includes diet sodas. Marketers and advertisers are paid millions of dollars to trick you into thinking something is healthy when it is not.



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Nationally recognized health & wellness coach, author, speaker, and mentor dedicated to inspiring women to make healthy choices with their mind, body, and spirit.



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