Get Lean & Stay Lean

Are you on a diet? Do you love sweets like me? I know that staying on track while trying to eat healthy 24/7 can be difficult at times. I found a solution to your problem! I discovered the best recipe book online called “Life-Changing Foods” on Amazon. Best money I’ve spent in a while. Check it out!

I couldn’t be happier to share with you about my experiences with diets. Not EVERY diet worked for me. I tried a low carb diet and it didn’t go so well. A low card diet can definitely make you get lean and lose weight so fast, but the downside is it can also make you gain the weight back and even more some. If you have tried the low carb diet you’re probably thinking to yourself, I did all that work for nothing, huh? This made me realize I needed to change how I was eating. That being said, I changed my whole eating routine.

Funny thing, my client told me I looked better now than I did 20 years ago! Switching up your food options is a better way to get lean and stay lean.

I want to dive even further into healthy eating habits. Healthy eating doesn’t mean you only have to eat vegetables and protein to stay lean. Eating healthy can implement a variety of foods such as avocados.. avocados are such a GREAT fat to intake in your diet. You need fat to burn fat! Sounds awesome right? Other healthy foods to put on your grocery list are fruit, vegetables, eggs, dates, cashews, bananas.. the list could go on and on. Portion size is key to maintaining your weight as well as reaching your short or long-term goals.

One thing I do recommend to reach your short or long-term goals is to cut out starchy foods. Starchy foods as in bread, pasta, rice, and potatoes are yummy, but it is best to eat those foods before 1 o’clock. If you have a diet that is working for you, GREAT! If you’re happy that is what matters.


2 snacks I combine together that helped me stop eating sugar
1. Dates (3-4)
2. Cashews (raw cashews, no salt)


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“It’s your health. Don’t leave it up to someone else” - Lisa Barger