What Needs to Change?

For the month of June we are counting down 30 Days to Summer with registered dietitian Stefanie Senior. Each day she will reveal a new tip to help you reach your summer health goals. Join the conversation through Live Right Now's Facebook Event, "30 Days to Summer" and share your own tips and successes or post questions and feedback. We will enter your name into a draw for a free Skype nutrition consultation with Stefanie.

June 3rd, 28 days to summer...

Determine what needs to change. Is it your diet, exercise, habits, thoughts, attitude or lifestyle or a combination of all six? Take a look at what you are doing well and areas that you could improve on. Think about what, when, where and how much you eat and exercise and all the factors in your life that contribute to unhealthy behaviour. For instance, do you eat too fast? Do you want too much TV? Do you sleep in and have little time for breakfast? Do you work through lunch? Once have given this some thought, choose two or three things that you can start to work on. 

see the full month of tips here

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