It’s all because of the kid’s leftovers ?
We all know that food is the number 1 reason for weight gain
The more of it we take on board, unfortunately, the more weight we are going to gain
But what was annoying for a Dad we have on our “Over 30’s” ONLY program is that his food was always perfect
? He tracked it using MyFitnessPal as we suggest
? He uses the recipes books, and meal plans that we give
? And planned his meals, and then wrote them down
? He even comes to 4 sessions a week
But what he didn’t take into account was his kids
He has 3 kids, who are all fussy at eating
1 doesn’t like chips
The other isn’t a big fan of meat
While the 3rd just eats everything
So when it comes to dinner time for the kids, he is making almost 3 different meals each time
Then when they are full, and there is still a lot of food left on the plate
HE EATS THE LEFTOVERS
What he didn’t realise was that this is also food he needs to be taking into account
Anything from 200-500 calories extra per day that he hasn’t even tracked
That almost 500 calories each day that he then needs to try and burn
So here is what we are working on with him
To keep up the good work, with his own food & workouts
And then NOT TO EAT any leftovers
? THAT IS IT ?
Getting great results don’t always require HUGE changes
Something we really focus on with the “Over 30’s” & “Over 50’s” is making tiny changes in their lives that can lead to LONG TERM RESULTS
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