Below I’ve highlighted three key building tools for creating successful eating practices. Each tool when practiced as a system for good health allows you to outline goals, set intentions for action steps, and connect you to the food on your plate.
Outlining Large and Small Health Goals: Setting a yearly goal to lose 100 pounds by committing to lose 8-10 pounds a month, smaller goal commitment
Daily Intention Tasks List: This works similar to a to-do- list. However, it centers on how the individual will reach their health goals for the day based on SMART Goals. (See S.M.A.R.T. Goals blog post) For example: Make a protein shake in the morning for two lunches, drink one at noon and 3:00PM.
Eat For Life! Food Meal Plan: A soulful food road map plan that outlines how to eat and live a balanced life- it allows you to connect to eating habits based on what you believe about the food on your plate; centers on “check-in” points to eat throughout the day; meals based on hydration, vegetables and fruit -nutrient protein shakes or smoothies and healthful snacks.