1.Nuts to you.
Add a palm full of raw nuts into your diet.
Although they can be high in fat, they are loaded with magnesium, vitamin E, fibre and other nutrients. So a few every day are good for you.
2.Get enough sleep
Getting enough sleep is as important as the right diet and exercise. Lack of sleep is one of the highest risk factors of gaining weight; it can throw your appetite hormones completely out of whack and can drive insulin resistance, which means the body is unable to use it effectively leading to high blood sugar.
3.Drink water before your meals
Drinking a glass or two of water before meals will continue to keep you hydrated but also makes you feel full so you consume fewer calories. It also better to drink cold water as the body will use additional energy (calories) to heat the water to body temperature.
To work out how much water you should be drinking each day: divide your weight by 28. E.G If you weigh 67kg, 67divided by 28 = 2.39 litres of water
4. More Coffee please
It has been proven that coffee is healthy for you, can help you burn fat and improve physical performance, by stimulating the nervous system. It has nutrients, such as Riboflavin, Pantothenic Acid, Manganese, Potassium, Magnesium and Niacin and antioxidants that can improve your health.
Studies have shown that it can improve energy levels, memory, mood, reaction times and general cognitive function.
Studies also suggest that coffee drinkers have a lower risk of several serious disease, such as Alzheimer's disease, Dementia, Parkinson disease and Type 2 diabetes to name a few.
I wouldn’t recommend more than 3 a day and NOT in conjunction with Red Bull, V, Mother, or any other energy drink
5. Salmon and Salad please.
We know that fish is good for you but this is true particularly for fish that is high in good fats, like salmon. Salmon is full of omega 3 acids, protein and various other nutrients. Recent studies have identified small bioactive protein molecules that may supply support to joint cartilage, insulin effectiveness and control of inflammation through the digestive system. Also eating Salmon following a workout will assist with muscle recovery may reduce muscle soreness and reduces inflammation.
Studies have shown that eating more fish can also lower the risk of heart disease, depression and dementia.