When it comes to achieving results through nutrition and fitness change, it is not always the things you need to ADD to your life that will help you with achieving a goal. Sometimes it’s the things holding us back that we need to eliminate, that will help us achieve our goal.
For some, this is the fear of trying.
For others, it’s the negative self-talk and sabotage.
For me it was perfectionism.
For you? Well, I can’t answer that for you. But what I can do is give you direction and that is why today’s blog post will explain to you 10 things you NEED to eliminate to achieve better results and longer-lasting success with nutrition.
Quite frankly, if your goals are important to you then this list should be important to you too (and I’m not just saying that because I wrote it - that’s only 20.5738% of the reason).
If you have ever tried to lose weight, you would know about the annoying feeling that runs through you when you see the scale jump around like a Kangaroo across the Australian bush.
Sometimes it may even feel like you take one step forward only for the scale number to bring you two steps back. Rinse and repeat. This is only made worse when you find yourself plateauing too.
Well let me assure you that the weight fluctuating is perfectly normal and a part of the process - which is easier said then embraced, I know. However, if you are to truly succeed in your weight loss journey you will need to embrace the good with the bad and be one patient son of a gun.
That brings me to the purpose of this blog post you are reading right now as I type the word “WELCOME”. This post is about the ‘why’ behind the reality you may be experiencing with the scale weight fluctuating like a flux capacitor (greats scott!).
I am going to answer for you - Why does your weight fluctuate? (for reasons other than body fat change).
That way you can move past the frustration. Embrace the reality of it all. And start putting in energy where it matters so you can start getting better results while stressing less.
Hi there! My name's Aleksa Gagic - i'm a Brisbane Dietitian & Nutritionist. The aim of this blog is to provide value and spread quality evidence-based nutrition information to counter the BS floating around.