Doing something good for yourself ONE time isn’t enough to counter the effects of everything else. How you spend your precious time on earth makes a difference, so spend it doing something to better who you are. We’re constantly looking for the latest “rules” or “must dos” to help us achieve a better version of ourselves. We love plans, and guides, and direction. You want to get healthier, slimmer, better? Begin small. Not everyone can go ballistic like me and maintain that level, so increase your chances of success by taking it one step at a time. Below are four lifestyle rules that healthy and slim women follow. Give them 21 days, and you’ll be marveled at the difference they make in your health and body.
1. Drink A Gallon Of Water A Day
As nuts as this may seem, it’s actually quite easy as long as you space the water consumption throughout your day. If its 8pm and you just realized you’ve drank nothing but soda or only 2/3 glasses of water all day long, don’t try to guzzle a gallon
Use an app like ‘waterlogged’ to help you keep track of your water consumption. This awesome app keeps count for you and as you try it out, you’ll see that it’s actually not that hard to guzzle a gallon down.
What Will Drinking A Gallon Of Water A Day Do For You?
- Helps you control your calorie intake
- Helps fight fatigue
- Helps fight constipation
- Slows the aging process
- Helps burn fat
- Flushes out toxins
- Clears your acne
2. Fast For 12 Hours Every Night
I could never do a fast even if my life depended on it. There is no way I can get through my day on a diet of juice, water and a side of air. I know there’s countless of studies out there that show how incredibly awesome juice cleanses are for your health, but the last thing I want to do is to go on a fast that has me drooling over my dog’s food.
The kind of fast I talk about is a healing fast
This fast is more than just about curbing late night eating and preventing weight gain. It affects us on a deeper, cellular level. By fasting every night for 12 hours from the time you eat your last meal, until the time you “break” the “fast” with breakfast, your body will be incredibly restored and rejuvenated.
It takes approximately eight hours for your body to fully digest the meals from your day. Then another four hours for the magic to happen. In those four hours after digestion has been completed, your body shifts into detox or “healing” mode, and you know I’m all
During this time your body removes dead cells, regenerates new ones, uses up stored glucose for energy which burns off excess fat, (who doesn’t want to burn some fat while they sleep? Can I get an AMEN) and aids the brain in stress fighting by producing beta-hydroxybutyric acid, which protects you from the everyday exposure to toxins.
Fasting every night for 12 hours will do your body an incredible amount of good, and have you waking up feeling rested and energized. No water with a side of air required.
3. Eat Every THREE Hours
You are NOT doing yourself any favors by eating like a bird. Life is too damn short to deprive yourself from one of the greatest pleasures on earth: FOOD! The rate of our metabolism helps us shed weight, burn fat, and stay slim. So we want this sucker to run on HIGH! How do you do that? By eating EVERY.THREE.HOURS! When we try to eat less than an Olsen Twin, all you’re doing is slowing down your metabolism.
Your metabolism says something like this, “oh shit I’m freakeddddd out!
See? There’s a lot of damage you can do to your body if you eat less than a 5-year-old. Eat every 3 hours to keep your metabolism running hot like a furnace!
4. Get Nutrition Smart
Exercise and weight loss are usually thought of as going hand in hand. But here’s the thing, weight loss isn’t the reason to exercise. Weight loss can occur whether you work out or not. You can bust your ass for an hour every day, and quickly (like mega quickly) undo all that calorie burn in one meal. The true and permanent way to lose weight is to watch your nutrition. 75% of weight loss comes from nutrition, so get it together.
There is no excuse for not knowing how to do something. In other words…just google it and find support.