"How do I stay on track on holiday?"
A lot of clients ask me how to limit the damage whilst on holiday, and I have added some of my top tips below
Keep up some form of exercise- ideally the gym but walking is also excellent. There are also a lot of HIIT- style workouts available online; many of clients choose to do these as they are so quick and easy to fit into your day.
Snacks- bring protein or fat based snacks such as protein bars and nuts- it is normal to end up having a big breakfast and then nothing until dinner- you are setting yourself up for failure here as you’ll be tired and hungry by the evening, which will reduce your will power and increase your cravings for poor choices
Each meal should contain a good portion of protein
Each meal should also contain veggies (no butter or dressing)
The protein and veggies should be eaten first , this should fill you up so that you don’t overdo it on the carbohydrates, which can be very easy to over consume
Alcohol- really limit the cocktails- a Long Island Iced Tea can have up to 780 kcals, with a Margarita coming in at 740. Better options include prosecco/cava and light coloured spirits with diet mixers. Alcohol will also make you crave poor food choices so be aware of this.
As always, if you have any more questions, do not hesitate to contact me; I am easily reached via social media (links at the top of the page) or via email ( please visit my contact page)
#iifym #food #foodblogger #cleaneating #Protein #weightlossjourney #Iifym #Girlsthatlift #Nutrition #Nutritionist #Diet #fatloss #weightloss #eatclean #Fitfam #Health #Healthyfood #Motivation #Fitspiration #Blog #Onlinecoach #lifestyle #strong #fitness #healthychoices #nutritiontips #macros #girlgains #throwbackthursday #bikinibody