Nutritional Responsibility Introduction
Is it just me, or do we all have the best excuses for what we eat?
Be it why we eat badly or why we can’t eat better.
Many busy professionals, working long, often unsociable hours, find themselves frequently away on business trips. A lot of the food they eat is therefore while on the go, sat at a desk, or late in the evening.
Other people work hard looking after their families, which includes having to feed ‘picky eaters’ with their favourite, but often unhealthy food. Some people say they just don’t have the time, or even can’t afford to eat a healthy, balanced, home-cooked meal.
These reasons, and countless others, are why I originally wrote this guide on Nutritional Responsibility.
This is a short book about taking back control.
In fact, about taking responsibility for your eating habits. You are responsible for every item you consume. Nobody else is. It’s all down to you.
You are “Response-able” – able to make a conscious decision about whether or not to eat or drink something, and able to respond accordingly.
Understanding and acknowledging this fact is the cornerstone of the Lean Greens Nutritional Responsibility program.
This book will introduce some guiding principles for you to follow, to help with those conscious decisions you have to make.
This is the guide Tim Goodwin used with his Personal Training clients in Luxembourg for many years. While exercise is an important factor in any fat loss program, Tim has seen what a dramatic difference the Nutritional Responsibility program can make, even to those people not currently exercising.
Tim’s tried and tested principles will guarantee you not only lose weight, and lose centimetres from your waistline and other areas, but that you will feel fantastic.
You’ll have more energy, better skin, and you’ll sleep better, to name just a few reported side effects of this program. (Of course every individual is different, and results may vary.)
Using the information we give you, you’ll be able to make better informed decisions about your diet. As part of my research while writing this guide, I was privileged to be able to interview many of those who have followed this program.
I hope that by including some of their stories as well as my own, you will be able to see not only the reasons why you should try the Nutritional Responsibility program, but also how you can make it fit into your already busy life.
Ultimately you must remember, what you eat is your responsibility. You can’t blame anyone else for your response to the food put in front of you. It’s all down to you!