Proper Nutrition in the Workplace
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Good day, ladies and gentlemen! Your Hollywood stud muffin host, Claude Eastwood, is back to discuss today’s topic, “How to get the proper nutrition in your diet at work, and why you are not seeing the results you desire.” Now that you have been working out and have become a master gym rat, you are anxiously waiting to start seeing some results.
With that said, you then have to ask yourself, “How is my diet?” Even though you perform daily paperclip squats and stapler curls, that doesn’t mean you can eat sweets and maintain a Baywatch body. Working out and dieting are like Batman and Robin teaming up to fight fat – when they work together, they get the job done! Working out will cause your hunger to spike, but if you eat the right amount of small-portioned meals throughout the day, it will allow your metabolism to speed up and set you in the right direction to a healthier eating lifestyle. People tend to create this theory that since they work out, they are now able to take on anything edible, which is not true. A modern nutritional idiom, “Kitchen Abs,” was created to portray the idea that a kitchen that produces healthier foods will lead to quicker success in the loss of belly fat. If you add a weekly workout regimen to your healthier eating, you might as well sell your washer, because what you now have is washboard abs!
Here’s a hypothetical: You are at your desk and someone sends out an e-mail saying that there are cookies and donuts in the kitchen. Instead of joining the mad dash to the kitchen, refer to the “Kitchen Abs” reference and choose to have a bowl of fruit, protein bar or shake available to curb your sweet cravings. Studies have shown that most office workers tend to crave sweets 1-2 hours after their lunch hour. Everyone is a “snacker” throughout the day, but the key is to eat healthy by cutting out the sugar-filled sodas and sweets.
Water is also an essential key to staying fit, hydrated and healthy. Water does wonders for the body; it helps with your joints, fuels the brain, promotes energy, and studies have even shown that the large consumption of water correlates with weight loss. Sources recommend you drink at least half your body weight in ounces of water per day. So throw away your sluggish sodas and don’t look back!
Remember, if you’re putting in all that hard work at the gym and not seeing any results, step back and make sure you are dieting correctly, consuming large amounts of water daily, and substitute your sweet cravings for something on the healthier side. Believe me, ladies and gentlemen, when you feel healthy and look great, you can just throw away the MasterCard because the results are priceless! Until next time, stay fit, America!
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