There are many health fads and pendulums out there that are in full swing, and could be giving you false hope. I would like to address 5 health fads that really need to stop and get back to neutral. If you are not doing any of these, then more high fives to you. If you have a misguided friend who swears by one of these, please forward them this blog.
Last week we spoke about the need to educate yourself so you don't set the wrong expectations around foods and supplements. This week, lets talk about delaying gratification.
It is estimated that 85 million women and 15 million men will try some sort of weight loss product or diet each year. But why don’t they succeed? While this question has a number of pieces that contribute to the answer, we will be addressing just one: expectations. Or rather, unrealistic expectations.
Do you have that friend who constantly posts their workouts to Facebook? Or maybe they take a picture of the weights they are lifting and post is to Instagram? Do you comment on these posts, or do you think, “jeez, not another workout update. I don’t care about your fun time at the gym?”