Staying fit entails making the right choices. If you ever wonder how these professional trainers keep themselves ripped and in shape, then they now revealed their secrets. Exercising is not enough to have a healthy body, being able to make the right choices in terms of the food you eat play a major role in one's health.
Yahoo reports what fitness trainers always and never eat. First stop, Dr. Ian Smith, Chicago-based author of the No. 1 New York Times best seller Super Shred: The Big Results Diet; The Big Results Diet; The 4-Day Diet; The 4-Day Detox, revealed that his diet mainly consists of fruits and vegetables during the day and plant-based foods in the evening. He also thinks that juice and smoothie cleanses are good for the health as long as it will be just short-term.
He added that avoiding food over-indulgences is a better step to make in living a healthy lifestyle. Also, eating out is accepted as long as it is in moderation.
Next, Dr. Jordan Metzl, NYC-based, 12-time Ironman, creator of the IronStrength workout, author of The Exercise Cure and The Athletes Book of Home Remedies, and sports medicine physician at NYC's Hospital for Special Surgery, said that working out is always needed to keep his body in good shape. He also said that juice cleanses is not his thing because he loved food too much to juice cleanse.
Furthermore, he advises not to sleep late because he said that he sleeps well that is why he doesn't crave for anything unhealthy to eat. Also, he said he never eats fried chicken.
Alejandro Chaban, Certified nutrition consultant and founder of the Yes You Can! Diet Plan, believes that skipping meals will make you fatter. He also thinks that the reduction of fatty foods and substituting them with healthy oils are essential to have a healthier body. He also said that juice cleanses contain much vitamins and minerals that are needed by the body.
These are the advices from lead fitness instructors. They are saying that exercise and healthy eating are the key to a healthier mind and body.