THIS WEEK’S “ASK GILAD” BLOG

Question:  You are always stressing the importance of good nutrition to go along with your exercise regimen.  What kind of diet do you recommend to go along with regular exercise?

Answer:

 I would have to write a book to fully answer this question.  And the truth of the matter is, "I have!".  It is titled the 'Eat Right Now' nutritional program and it is available on my website.
But to sum it up, making a commitment to eating nutritional foods is a far cry from putting yourself on a diet, and it will bring much better results without any deprivation.  While dieting or denying yourself food is a negative step, committing to eating nutritious foods is a positive step.  Once the commitment to good eating is made the benefits follow naturally and easily.

 


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