“I want my readers to make a change today by firstly, becoming aware of how much sugar they are eating on a daily basis and secondly, how they can work towards becoming sugar-free. I want my readers to stay motivated and reach their goals, the same way that I did for myself.”
It’s difficult to stay motivated for a long period of time, especially when we feel like our time and efforts haven’t even made any changes for the better. Usually, we forget about the reason why we started the change in the first place, or whether we will end up seeing the end result. Staying motivated has all got to do with the mind. Overcoming that negative thinking will get you results in a matter of time. We’ve posted our top 3 Ways To Keep Yourself Motivated in this blog.
We always see those “health fad” headlines on Facebook and other social media platforms with something along the lines of “You Can Lose 7 Kilos By Drinking This Detox Tea”. Even though it sounds amazing, it definitely isn’t realistic. Being healthy is not going to happen overnight. However, here’s 3 Healthy Food Trends that will work provided that you put in the time and effort!
We always complain about how tired we feel during the middle of the day, or how much we really need a nap right now! Believe me, I can frankly say the same for myself. However, there are some steps to minimising that lethargic feeling on a daily basis! Here’s 5 Ways To Increase Your Energy Level! First things first, you’ve got to cut back on the sugar!
There are times when we’re feeling tired and desperate for a boost. Turns out that we can get a non-caffeinated boost by decreasing our daily sugar intake! Here’s 15 More Reasons Why You Should Decrease Your Daily Sugar Intake.
We deserve to treat ourselves every now and then – and sugary treats usually do make the cut! But how much exercise would we need to do in order to take off that extra weight?
Sugar is sticky, and the consequences of a high daily sugar intake will stick to you both now and in the future. We all enjoy sweets, sugary cakes, two sugars in a tall latte and vanilla ice cream on buttermilk pancakes. But sometimes we forget about how much sugar is packed into these sweet treats.