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Common Breakfast Mistakes

It gets skipped — It’s too small — It’s high in sugar — It lacks fiber & protein

If you’re not hungry in the morning it’s likely because your body isn’t used to eating at that time. The more you make time for breakfast, the hungrier you’ll be for it!

It doesn’t have to be complex, but if you want it to keep you full until lunch then make it bigger than just a piece of fruit. Add some oatmeal with protein powder, eggs, or a Greek yogurt to balance it out!

Donuts and pastries are great for dessert, but they’re not ideal first thing in the morning. If you want something sweet (but also nutritious) to eat on-the-go, grab something like a quest nutrition bar, rxbar, or nugo nutrition bar.

Bagels aren’t as bad as you’ve been brainwashed to believe, however JUST having a bagel isn’t enough. A whole grain bagel scooped out with avocado, eggs, and hemp seeds OR lox with hummus, lettuce and tomato, will keep you fuller for longer. In addition, they include nutrients your body needs, which not only keeps you healthy and strong, but also helps to decrease cravings!

Breakfast can be challenging to incorporate regularly, but once you do you’ll wonder how you ever functioned without it. Your energy and focus will sky rocket and you’ll feel more in control of your food choices throughout the day.

With Lots Of Healthy Love,
Toni

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The #1 Step To Take Before Attempting Any Goal

In 1956 Roger Bannister ran a 4 minute mile. Back then this was deemed impossible, dangerous even. There were theories, based off physics that hypothesized a human heart would explode before crossing the finish line.

But despite what was perceived, Roger believed he could. And it was his belief that motivated his DECISION to try.

Notice how I said DECISION not CHOICE. You see, a choice can be wavered, but a decision is final. And this finite decision is what silenced ALL doubt and led to him to find ways to make it happen.

So no, belief isn’t what technically got him across the finish line- it was the training schedule, meals consumed, and habits formed to support this feat.

However, the effort put forward consistently wouldn’t have been attempted if he didn’t believe 1st.

Oh and that’s not even the best part. Shortly after he set the record, HUNDREDS of athletes have followed in his footsteps with <4 minute miles!

The impossible was deemed possible all because ONE PERSON BELIEVED HE COULD.

So regardless of the doubt that surrounds you, whether it be from family, friends, or in your own head, know that WHEN YOU BELIEVE YOU CAN, YOU WILL.

With Lots Of Healthy Love,
Toni

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