All too often people who struggle with their eating habits hesitate to adopt healthy nutrition because they mistakenly think that an effective diet requires strict adherence to “health food” and restrictions. This couldn’t be further from the truth.
In order to be successful with healthy nutrition, you have to love what you eat and be able to indulge in your favorite unbalanced treats from time to time. We know that you can have it all eating the Balanced Habits™ way, but what better way to learn what healthy and balanced nutrition can look like than by observing what the professional certified Food Coaches from Balanced Habits™ HQ eat from day to day.
Check out a day of eating in the life of Food Coach Autumn!
This busy mom of a toddler makes sure that her first meal of the day provides everything she needs to function at a high level. Autumn is great about making sure she has all three macronutrients with this important first meal of the day. All excellent choices!
“My favorite meal of the day is breakfast.” ~Autumn
As a nutritionist, it’s no wonder that Autumn makes sure to give her body what it needs at each mealtime. No matter how busy she is, her lunch has everything it needs to help her successfully get through her day with high energy and supporting her body.
“My favorite food is french fries. My least favorite food is okra.” ~Autumn
Although this snack might be a little low in carbs for how much energy Autumn expends, she knows what she needs and makes sure to provide her body with a balance of macronutrients that support her to look and feel how she wants to.
“I work out 6 days if not 7 days per week.” ~Autumn
A simple but balanced meal to round out a good day of eating. Autumn does an excellent job of getting in a good assortment of vegetables which provides her body with an excellent source of vitamins and minerals.
“My free time is usually spent working out, playing with my kid, or trying to sleep.” ~Autumn
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