How to Get Motivated to Eat Healthy Again?

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Welcome to the Vlog again. In this video I will be talking about how to eat healthy and how to get motivated to eat healthy again.

Enjoy the video and let me know if the comments below how you get motivated to eat healthy? 🙂

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  • Wow, this is so inspiring! Thank you so so so much. I really needed this!

  • This was extremely helpful!

  • Loved this video! As a health professional, I get burned out too. After exercise programming, nutrition programming, personal training, exercising for myself, food prepping, I find myself at a point where I don't feel as motivated. When I get to that point I take two days of self-nurturing, where I do all the things I've been wanting to do and only that. During those days I think about what I want to change. Then I get excited about those changes. One of the most important things I've learned through my career is prioritizing one's happiness and balancing that with everything else that is personally important.

    To keep myself happy and balanced, I limit my clients to 8/day, 5 days/week. I keep my work at work as I want my home to be happy and relaxing. I don't answer calls and texts from clients after a certain hour. I meal prep only one day a week. I eat out twice a week, and I get inspiration from those meals to make them fit my diet accordingly. I get workouts at an MMA gym now because it gives me a break from work; and it's something I've always wanted to do.

  • I like this vid. I'm always looking for different ways to stay motivated with my diet. What works for me is no processed foods and plenty water. The amount of water I drink daily (a gallon per day) helps me with cravings. Keeps me on track.

    Great recipes Kevin even the ones you made with Jeanette Jenkins 👍

  • Eres el mejor Kevin un sub mas

  • Subscribed 👍🏽

  • I'm in a fitness rut right now. I still eat healthy but I have no desire to work out andi use to love hitting the gym ad seeing my body get stronger smh

  • I would randomly choose restaurants on Yelp and recreate an menu item or choose a new cuisine to make at home weekly!

  • LOVE THIS ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • This video really spoke to me…Thank you so much for sharing! Going back to what worked for you in the past is key.

  • Great video Kevin and timely one for me. I've been pulling myself out of my own rut by revisiting what worked previously. It's about the discipline and tapping into that which has made the difference for me. Thanks for sharing these points – just reaffirms my path and direction.

  • Thanks for the life preserver!OMG😊

  • You're awesome! This video came at a good time because I've been in a rut for about a year now, and it feels debilitating. To change that, I'm implementing small changes in my life again. It's taking time, but I'm not giving up. I miss how great I used to feel when I ate well, exercised, and always having motivation. I need to go back to that and not make too many excuses. The analogy you made, connecting us to a cookie jar, put a lot in perspective. In the past, I was definitely being emptied out and getting nothing in return. Thank you for this video! You're still the first and most favorite channel that I follow.

  • I had to learn over the years that you have to pick yourself up over and over again. Everyone is experiencing downs in their diet but you have the possibility to start all over again every single day no matter how long you have “cheated“.
    Everytime you start again you have learned new skills that make the restart easier. Never give up!

  • Great content. Thanks for sharing, I'm very happy for your success … you seem like a cool dude. Congrats.

  • Thank you I needed this talk!!!

  • Very inspiring ! Thank you for this video, it's definitely a pep talk for the journey I'm currently on 🙂

  • In one now, so your video was encouraging

  • Thank you for this video and always being so supportive and honest.

  • Great video! Just got exited watching this! It would be great if you could make a video about some recipes with basic foods. I live in a country where we don't have so much variety in stores so sometimes it's a problem to find recipes because most of them were made where you can't find a variety of foods in stores. Keep on going, love your videos!
    Best regards from Croatia!

  • OMG, I so needed this, I'm in one RIGHT NOW😞😩!

  • Loved, loved, loved this! Have you read Salt, Fat, Acid, and Heat yet? Totally would recommend it as a cooking resource read. 🙂 Also, would love to see some recipes with tamarind or cactus leaves.

  • Definitely feeling motivated right now. Thank you for always striving to be better. My husband and I started our journey following your $75 meal prep. Your very inspiring. We miss you on Snapchat. 💙💚💙💚💙💚💙

  • My diet depression – I was working a monotonous job that was really stressful where I had a total micro manager – my colleagues would constantly go to McDonald's or to the chip shop for lunch. It was easy to agree to that crap every day and my office had no windows and it was in a bad area, you wouldn't want to go for a walk at lunch time there. So I just ate rubbish – did no exercise and put on 20lbs. I got out of it by slowly changing things – I'd make a smoothie for breakfast, I'd take my lunch to work , I'd stop ordering takeaways. It was just small small, slow steps that made a huge difference. I eventually got a new job too.

  • Love the way you are, thank you for sharing this with us.😘😘😘