amandamariefittLife isn't 'all or nothing.' When you live it that way, more often then not, it's going to result in binge/restrict, on the wagon/off the wagon, 'starting over,' or gaining and losing the same 10 lbs over and over again. I understand the intention behind a 'fresh start' and trying to eliminate all "bad" foods or to do a 'sugar detox' but they don't lead to long term success or sustainable health. If you can't see yourself following your current diet forever, then it's going to be a huge bust. Being 'sugar free' isn't realistic. Never eating processed foods isn't realistic. A balance between nutrient dense food and treats, incorporating more vegetables and fruits, prioritizing protein, and including 30 minutes of activity daily is realistic. That can be done long term. Stop making it harder than it needs to be. #balance
- russell.brI had 5 homemade peanut butter cookies yesterday. Lol. Oops. 🍪🍪🍪
- tiffiniperez@sarah_nicole1321 love this! & her page is great too, if you get a chance to take a look
- sarah_nicole1321@tiffiniperez so awesome, I definitely needed that!!!
- woodwvlifeUsing this in my lesson! ❤
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