The Secret To Real Weight Loss Success
DETERMINE Your Attitude
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Today you will develop your attitude!
Remember, this is not cockiness, it is confidence. Starting today, I want you to know and take ownership of the fact that you will accomplish your ultimate goal. No doubt!
Determine that you will not feel sorry for yourself any longer. You will stop worrying about not accomplishing your goal. Begin to know that the results you desire will come.
Remember, your attitude reflects who you are! Your attitude from today going forward is, “I will not quit until I get there.”
Begin today, to no longer look at where you are, but rather, at where you are going.
Now is your time!
Transform Your Eating
Where Is Your Complete Protein?
When most people think about protein, they think about building muscle. Protein is essential for building muscle, but protein also performs more important jobs for the body then just building muscle. Protein is not just for bodybuilders!
Protein is an important nutrient needed by everyone on a daily basis. Protein is made up of essential and non-essential amino acids. These amino acids are the “building blocks” for healthy bodies. Besides building muscle, protein has a number of different roles in the body, including the following:
– Helps repair body cells
– Assists in building and repairing muscles and bones
– Provides a source of energy
– Manages many of the important processes in the body related to metabolism
The body can produce non-essential amino acids from other amino acids in the body. However, the body is not able to make essential amino acids, and the only way to get them is to eat high-quality protein. Protein sources that contain all of the essential amino acids are called complete proteins. These complete proteins are the ones that you will eat with each meal. Women should be getting 15 to 25 grams of protein per meal and men should be getting 30 to 50 grams of protein per meal.
Complete Protein Sources:
– Lean meats (chicken, turkey, venison, beef, bison)
– Fish (salmon, tilapia, halibut, tuna)
– Eggs (Omega 3)
– Low fat dairy (cottage cheese, low fat cheese, yogurt)
– Protein Supplements (whey, casein, milk blends)
Starting today, you must have a serving of a complete protein at each meal!