My 52 Chef Habits E-course is more than just skipping unhealthy food. You’ll learn how to improve your eating habits and make the new behavior stick. You get also the opportunity to learn more about yourself. Maybe you eat too fast or you are an emotional eater?
It shakes you out of your comfort zone
Think of it as a weight loss journey that will require a little patience and will take time. This course is also for you if you are at a healthy weight but just want to eat less processed foods. It removes excuses, helps you get organized and shakes you out of your comfort zone. You will learn how to jumpstart clean eating the “lean” way, make healthy food choices and to be okay with the change.
How does the challenge work?
I believe in the power of goal setting and consistent, daily action. Each week, you will learn a smart habit or routine that will help you towards your goal of living a healthy lifestyle and/or shed your last couple of pounds. Each Sunday, expect a new mini-challenge in your inbox.
The 52 Chef Habits Course is based on the following 6 principles:
I will give you the smallest, “lean” piece you can finish and feel good about. Small, yet smart choices with high impact will bring you radical results over time.
You can expect:
- A new challenge in the field of clean eating, fitness or happiness each week
- Easy recipes focusing mostly on high-fiber foods
- Simple, baby-step changes that lead to big changes
- Reliable triggers that signal to your brain that it is time to perform the specific action
- Support to create an accountability system
- Suggestions on how to reward yourself
Most of all, I am sure it will be FUN!!!
However, if the change is new to you, concentrate on the easy, baby step changes. These small changes will make a remarkable difference over time.
Less than 15 minutes per day
Completing most of your mini goals should not take you longer than 15 minutes per day, most even less than 5 minutes. If you make a change one week, you may want to stick with it for the rest of the year – provided that it makes sense for you.
Many of the minimalistic changes have the potential to put your behavior and routines on autopilot after sticking to them for a week. That way you gain more time for the things in life that are most important to you. Here are a few examples:
- Eat more fruits and vegetables
- Internalize healthy snack options
- Learn short-cuts for a healthy lunch
- Switch to low-fat dairy products or find better protein sources
How can you keep all the changes?
Doing 52 things a day, every day is not realistic! Some healthy foods and habits will stick, others will not.
Some challenges will not work for you if they work against your core beliefs. Therefore, do one of the other challenges instead.
You may move through the E-course in a different order to fit your personal goals. Just go back to challenges that have already been disseminated. Pick and choose topics from the challenges that are pertinent to the overall smart goal you want to achieve.
Some habit changes do not need to be repeated every day. For example, in the first challenge, you set a smart goal for the following months. You only need to learn how to keep accomplishing it, instead of writing down a smart goal every day.