“Sharing how to regain Optimal Health, is my passion and life mission, and I love helping people to a better quality of life”
The Back to Basics lifestyle, is so much more than just a diet. However it is very simple if you think about it!
Going “Back to Basics” is to listen, and learn, what your body is telling you, and what it really needs. Hint: it’s easier than you think!
Think of your body as an engine! It needs clean fuel and oil, and it needs to be maintained on a regular basis! Pretty simple right?
There are so many different “diets” out there, and it can be difficult to choose. Well, I’ll make it easy for you, as NONE of them are good for you in the long run. Yes, you read that right – dieting isn’t healthy, and it won’t get you the change you are looking for.
The Back to Basics lifestyle, is so much more than a diet.
Eating well and exercising makes up only about 30% of a healthy lifestyle, which is why I share my #Sevensteps;
Food – Water – Sleep – Exercise – Fresh air – Silence – Gratitude
If you are disconnected from your body, meaning you don’t pick up the signals given to you all the time; sleep when you are tired, eat when you are hungry, go to the bathroom at the first signal etc, you are out of balance (homeostasis). To regain balance (homeostasis), you need to incorporate my #Sevensteps, one step at the time.
But don’t stress yourself, and make major changes all at once, because when doing that you’ll most likely fall back into old habits within a short period of time.
But we DO like to eat, so what do you choose?
As mentioned earlier, The Back to Basic lifestyle is not a diet, it’s a total lifestyle change, where Food is one of the steps.
It’s about eating organic, clean and real food. There is no weighing your food, no counting calories, no bizarre “meal replacements, ” no “loose weight fast” pills.
Just eat real food and use common sense.
You can eat just about anything, as long as it’s Organic, clean and whole food, such as meat from grass fed animals, wild caught fish, free range eggs, organic vegetables, nuts, seeds and natural fats (like butter, vegetable oils and avocado, coconut e.g.). We occasionally eat cheese, but mostly from goat- or sheep milk.
Eat when you’re hungry until you are satisfied. And a little bit from every food group. I usually say, have at least five different vibrant colors on your plate, at all meals.
Forget about all the processed foods, , and “Light” products of any kind. They DON’T serve your any good!
You can eat all the delicious colorful foods – still loose weight, and become healthy from inside out. Get recipe inspiration here
Note: Please be aware that changing your lifestyle, can decrease your need for medicine. Consult with a knowledgeable physician, before you start.