Eat For You


You’re probably thinking, ‘well who else would I be eating for?’ Well, you, of course. However I wanted you to think of all the premeditated eating plans that you’ve ever followed. All the fad diets that you’ve attempted. All the unrealistic diets that even the most professional of athletes would find challenging to sustain!

How are you meant to ‘get along’ with your diet if your diet doesn’t know anything about you? YOUR goals, short term and long term. YOUR ambitions. The foods YOU enjoy. The foods YOU loathe. YOUR weaknesses. YOUR level of activity. YOUR vocation. YOUR metabolism. YOUR past injuries and whether they still tend to flair up. The way YOU react to certain foods. Is it any wonder the diet you stumbled across or borrowed from a friend is not working for YOU??

We, as human beings are very unique. We are all individuals. Even twins have different preferences when it comes to food! So how could there possibly be a blueprint on HOW TO EAT FOR YOU? A much more rational approach is one with education as its foundation. With the amount of resources readily available to you I encourage you to educate yourself on the fundamentals of nutrition. Not only through my blogs but through your own research. Read journal articles, books, blogs, read, read and then read some more. Knowledge on things such as the importance of breakfast, what purpose different foods have, what foods compliment one another and how to avoid indigestion (one of the primary causes of fat storage) would be a far more valuable approach on how to eat FOR YOU.

Don’t stop there. Research the different training techniques that are out there. Maybe a couple of yoga sessions a week or 10 minutes of plyometrics is all you need to overcome a physical plateau. Learn about supplements, the different purposes that they serve and the products that would best suit your lifestyle.

Being equipped with knowledge will allow you to not only create an eating plan that serves your purpose, but just as importantly, allows you to make rational decisions when your environment changes. After all, in the developed world that is the rat race we live in, how can ONE DIET that has no room for error or no guidance for that ‘what if I’m not in my kitchen’ scenario ever really be SUSTAINABLE?

So get your spectacles out, channel your inner ‘nerd’ and start reading! For those of you that still insist it is too difficult for you to find the time to conduct your own research, stop your whinging and stay tuned…there will be plenty of education coming your way!

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