Water Bottle: BPA Free **Your weight divided by 2 is how many ounces you should have per day.
Exercise Plan: Decide if you need accountability by having a trainer, fitness video or a group environment.
Proper Shoe: choose a NEW shoe for the season based on the type of workout you will be performing, not on the color or cuteness of the shoe!
Journal: This is a MUST if you want to succeed! Write down your food, water and feelings.
Here is a list of some of the best Fit Foods for Fall
Apples: Studies show that one a day can help lower cholesterol, manage diabetes, Alzheimer's disease and cancer. Remember to eat the skin, for it has quercetin, an antioxidant show to reduce heart disease and inhibit tumor growth **Finnish Study
Cucumbers: Low in calories, natural diuretic and contain potassium which helps regulate blood pressure.
Peppers: Fiber rich, loaded in A C and K. They also have lycopene which is known to prevent cancer.
Raspberries: They have 10 times as many antioxidants as tomatoes, according to a Netherland Study. They contain a high level of pectin, so they are a perfect sweet dessert.
Eggplant: contains a high amount of fiber and antioxidants, which is know to protect cells from free radical damage. This veggie can be included in all kinds of cooking methods: baked, stewed or sautéed. Be careful if you are using oil, for the eggplant can quickly absorb like a sponge. Use tomato sauce instead of oil for a delicious meal.
Tomatoes: Loaded in Lycopene which is shown to play a huge role against cancer and heart disease. If you are not keen on "raw" tomatoes, you will not lose the nutritional properties by cooking them. Enjoy the various types at your local famers marker for a delicious tomato salad.
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