Kellie stopped by the studio at KOB in Albuquerque to share her recipe for losing weight while eating “real food” AND dessert, everynight.
The knowledge that I have gained in the last month is the kind that impacts you for a lifetime. I have made strides in my house with healthy whole foods that I am eating as well as my family. Cooking has become a passion again of mine. I love to see how I can get my family to eat spinach, kale and chard by creatively cooking it and hiding it in foods. I have learned how to make better choices while on the road traveling. I can eat out without bombing my plan. With the knowledge of Kellie Hill at the Right Plan, I am a better me. I have excitement and feel like the weight loss track that I am on is not a diet it is a REAL lifestyle change. This month alone I have lost almost 14 pounds. I have more energy than I have had in a long time. Looking forward to see where I am in six months. I know it sounds weird, but I ma eating my way to a thinner healthier me! I love it.
Kellie Hill, Nutrition Expert:
Jami continues to astound me with her determination to reach her goals. As we carry on into the year, I know Jami will have amazing results to report to readers. From my perspective, giving someone a diet to follow doesn’t allow them to learn how to be successful on their own. Nutrition is similar to the saying regarding giving someone a fish or teaching them to fish for themselves. This week, I worked with Jami on how to make the best choices when she is eating in a restaurant. The best tip is to check online for the restaurant’s menu. Take a few moments to read the nutrition information / you may be surprised by what looks healthy but actually is a caloric, fat bomb. Decide what you will order and have a back-up order (just in case). When you arrive at the restaurant, don’t open the menu, ignore the specials, and stick to your plan. Remember Thomas F. Buxton’s comment, “In life, as in chess–forethought wins.” [Read More]
There are a lot of diet plans out there to choose from / and, in truth, almost every plan has worked for someone. But finding the right individual plan is the key to quickly achieving goals and finding long term success. To do this, Jami completed a simple questionnaire to help identify where her body derives energy from, how her body stores fat, and which foods will help create balance for her individual body type. This helps create an individual plan with personalized recipes. This week we will discuss proper portion sizing to ensure that not only is she eating the best nutrient-dense foods for her body, but in the proper amounts and ratio. Readers can complete the same questionnaire as Jami to receive an individual plan and portion sizing information at therightplan.com Healthy Diet Plan.
Jami Young, Nutrition Challenge Volunteer
I have decided that change totally sucks! I like what I like. Really, don’t we all? In order to make a life change, I have had to change my mindset! My semi-sedentary lifestyle has come to an end. Exercise at the gym has become my morning routine. Kellie Hill at the Right Plan has me eating. I feel like I eat all day long. Funny thing is that I am losing weight. I am eating foods that I have chosen. They are not off of a strict list or out of a book that has a “DO” or a “DON’T” list, food that is from an actual store! This week’s goal is portions. Do we ever really eat an actual portion of anything? Cereal, I love cereal. Have you ever actually stopped and measured a cup of cereal? Trying to keep up with change in my life and so far change is good! [Read More]
Are you following Jami’s story? Be sure to check out today’s update at the Mail Tribune…
Jami Young, Nutrition Challenge Volunteer
Wow. I am daily gaining awareness of what I am choosing to put into my body and how different foods make me feel! I am shocked to learn that certain foods can affect my moods. Let me tell you some foods that I love make me happy and some foods that I love make me grumpy, irritated and left feeling bloated. Meeting with Kellie Hill at the Right Plan has been an eye-opening experience already in such a short amount of time! We all know that we need to stay away from processed sugar, that caffeine is bad, eat less, add lean protein and exercise more. But do we really? I am learning that one diet does not fit all. Funny that I have tried a few others and failed. The weight did come off, but seemed to go right back on when the diet was over. Eating for me is changing my outlook on food and on life. I have only lost a few pounds, yet I feel a ton lighter. [Read More]
Are you confused by all the contradictory information you read? One magazine says to eat every 3-4 hours and another says to only eat three solid meals per day. One diet plan says to eat right after a workout and another says to wait up to two hours. How do you know who’s right?
Truthfully, it’s all accurate – almost every plan has worked for someone. But, you could spend years trying all your friends plans, or the latest magazine article, or the newest celebrity diet and you may still not find the right path for you. That’s why I’m super-excited to bring you “The Right Plan” for you.
This questionnaire will help you identify your dominant gland, where your body derives it’s energy and how it stores fat. This becomes the basis for your individual plan. Understanding portion sizes, timing, and your best food choices helps make weight loss easy and simple. Add in a few uncomplicated tricks and you’ll be on track to an all new you. Join Kellie Hill, Nutrition Therapy Practitioner to learn how to identify your best solutions to get the results you deserve.