The word ‘nutrition’ can conjure up images of counting calories, weighing food and general misery associated with eating. It can feel like a complex process that sucks the life out of meals and any enjoyment associated with food.
Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be this way. Getting your nutrition right can be simplified, making it effective and easy to follow, so you can still enjoy your meals. By changing the focus away from counting and weighing, and towards building effective habits, you can develop routines so that you eat healthily without worrying about calories or having 10 grams too many carrots.
Here are five simple ways you can improve your nutrition, all without complicated calorie formulas or weigh scales. Follow these steps and you’ll feel better and have more energy, you’ll maintain a healthy weight, and you’ll get more out of your exercise.
To learn more about healthy exercise and eating habits to achieve your fitness goals, contact James Staring, a leading personal trainer in Clapham, London.
ABOUT JAMES STARING
James Staring is a personal trainer based in Clapham, London. His methods have featured in publications such as Your Fitness, Hello, Healthy, Daily Mail, Closer, and many more. After giving up smoking and entering the fitness industry in 2009, James has focused on his passion to help others transform their health and fitness. However, James is convinced that most people struggle so much more than they need to in an effort to improve their fitness. Through his company, Fit to Last, which he runs with his partner, Ali Page – James has helped hundreds of men and women make small adjustments in their daily habits to transform their fitness and to love how they look and feel.