IG: Setting yourself up for success has a lot to do with being prepared 🔪 🥗. Want to change a particular habit? Make the change easier to implement by taking a bit of time to think ahead. If it has to do with making better food choices, make sure you have the right food easily accessible, and the wrong food inaccessible. (Because unless you have the will power of a superhuman, if it’s in the house most of us tend to eat it, and if it’s not, we won’t. So ditch it!). Schedules and obligations can get the best of us and eat up our time, and often this means the food we put into our bodies is an afterthought. This is a huge womp womp ☹️ because that food is our fuel, and when it’s approached as an afterthought it’s usually not high octane. Many of my clients find food prepping 1-2 days a week very helpful in keeping them on track to meet their goals. It’s a great way to vary your diet, as well, and make sure you’re getting in an optimal array of colour and nutrients. Working with a nutritionist and / or health coach is a great way to ensure you have everything you need to succeed when starting a new or unfamiliar habit or routine, get that preparation skill down pat, and also, we’re that outside accountability that so many of us need to succeed. Do you food prep? How do you make sure your food isn’t an afterthought?

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Laura Franklin, CNP, FMCHC

Laura Franklin, CNP, FMCHC

Functional Medicine Health Coach & Holistic Nutritionist at Health Upgraded
Laura Franklin is the owner of Fresh & Frank Wellness and curator of freshandfrank.com.
She is here to preach what she practices and help you to prepare amazing whole food meals from scratch, grow your own organic food and optimize your lifestyle and environment to promote the most vibrant, glowing and energetic you.
Laura is currently based in Dundas, Ontario, Canada but works remotely with people from all over the world!
Laura Franklin, CNP, FMCHC

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