I would like to say that this was not easy and may be the hardest thing that I have ever finished. I started by walking, then jogging a little bit, running a 5K then a 15K. After that I ran a half marathon and crazy enough set my sights on completing a full marathon. Thanks to diet, training and healthy supplements I was able to complete the course.
Just about everyone at every age and at any health level can exercise. The type of exercise may differ. Exercise may mean running to one person and walking just a few more steps than the day before for another.
The beauty of fitness and something that many fail to realize is that you can make fitness fit your life, your schedule and your needs. It doesn’t have to be the other way around. You want to know what the bets workout plan is? The one you can stick to and be consistent with.
I chose to do a low carb diet, not necessarily the Atkins or South Beach Diet, but one of my own creation. I started eating mainly lean meats, nuts, proteins and some fats. The hardest thing at first is that you are scared that you will eat and not get full. Think about it. You have trained your “fat self” to look at the amount of food you are about to eat and determine if it’s going to be enough, even before eating you know if it’s going to fill you up or not. So I suggest starting your diet with foods that you can still eat a large quantity of and still lose weight.
Unable to find a high quality and affordable probiotic that I was confident in recommending to my patients, I decided to formulate my own and have it manufactured. My product Probiotic 30 arrived in late November 2016 and I started taking one capsule a day and quickly felt better overall.