Perhaps you have already begun to make getting more sleep a priority. As a coach, I believe that with intention, you can do it!
Today I'd like to share another activity that contributes to weight loss but doesn't involve food. That is to:
We each have different food preferences, different lifestyles and even different digestive systems. (That's right, your digestive tract, or gut, is biologically unique to you, and so you process food differently than others.) This can make decisions concerning what to eat for weight loss very confusing.
But here's the good news: you can definitely dump the old school thinking that eating less is the only way to lose weight. In fact, there are several non-food things we can do more of that contribute to optimal digestion and weight loss.
Over the next few weeks I'll be sharing seven of the most important things you can do more of to lose weight and feel great no matter what food plan you are on. This post will cover the first one, which I believe is the most important non-food weight loss enhancer.