Eating enough vegetables is one thing…making sure we eat them at enough meals is another!
Berry powders are another nutrient-dense option for smoothies and to add to healthy baking and cooking.
Using apps to enable greater productivity and choosing to pay for selected, high-quality media, we can reduce stress and anxiety and possibly even save money in the longer-term.
There is a lot of misinformation about what can and can’t help during this COVID pandemic. In this podcast, Cliff outlines some of the things he’s doing to stay healthy.
Eat at least two fist-sized servings of berries every day
So much of the media we demand and consume nowadays has a ‘free’ price-tag. But is it truly ‘free’? What implications do click-bait, aggressive advertising, and other aspects of ostensibly free media have on our lives?
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The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) poses a significant threat to public health and the global economy. In this article, Cliff looks into how we can best reduce our risks of transmission while also staying healthy.
Consider cutting fruit back to one or two servings a day
A GREAT WAY TO get increased nutrient content into your diet is to eat a greater variety of coloured vegetables, fruits and berries.
Vegetables are packed with vitamins, minerals, fibre and other essential nutrients.
You will lose weight if you don’t eat, but much of this weight loss will be from water, and over time you will tap into substantial amounts of muscle tissue.
Nutrition journals are great, but they aren’t always great all the time!
This is a powerful tool for creating accountability.
Weigh yourself only weekly or fortnightly as a measure of progress.
Refocus on REAL food.
Stop adding sugar to food and drink.
Limit drinking to no more than two drinks on no more than three days of the week.
Eat fruit, don’t drink it…
Have a fun-filled, powerful adventure next time you plan to have a treat meal