Follow these simple guidelines to make sure our body gets enough fuel for energy and better performance as well as to prevent any stomach discomfort, hunger or fatigue
Have you noticed a pattern? You'll spend a couple of weeks eating clean, exercising and losing weight, but then the pendulum swings and you spend the next week or two indulging in your old unhealthy habits. After too many days where you're not feeling so good, you'll get back to your clean habits, and so the yo-yo goes. It's time to stop this vicious cycle that never brings you all the way to your goal – keeping you comfortable enough, yet frustrated. The good news is that your yo-yo days could be quickly and permanently turned off with this simple mindset change.
Exercise isn’t just a good way to take your mind off eating; it may curb your appetite, too. The results suggest that when a craving hits, weight watchers are better off going for a jog than pumping iron.