When I first heard about MindFirst, I was topping the scale at the most I ever weighed, had played the up and down weight game more times than I cared to remember, and figured why not see if this program can help me lose some weight one more time.
If you’re on a journey to a healthier you, then you probably already know that sugar is best to be avoided. After all, it has little to no nutritional value and has beenassociated with obesity, diabetes, and heart disease.
Most of us know that exercise contributes to our health and well-being. Numerous studies, including one from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, list the benefits: weight control, reduced risk of cardiovascular disease and Type 2 Diabetes, increased strength, and improved mood.
If you’re ready to dedicate yourself to a plan for weight loss, congratulations! You’re committing to a change in your lifestyle, and you’re committing to developing habits that will make you happier and healthier. Know: it takes a village.