January 14, 2017

Habitrition Challenge

The 28 Day Habitrition Challenge

Take a journey of healthy food decisions and change.

Background of how this began (actually how it all began)

My blogging journey started based on this self challenge.  For the month of February 2014, I decided to change my eating habits for what I believed was for the better. The proof was in the proverbial pudding. This was an experience and a life change. During the 28 Days of February, I chose to follow a specific way of eating which propelled me from my former eating habits, into a lifestyle of eating healthy. I posted my thoughts, struggles, successes and the experiences as I lived through it. (you can see those posts here)

Now every year since, I challenge myself and others to take part in this for the month of February. I know its a great time to re-establish those goals you have set at the beginning of the year, or if you’ve fallen off from where you’ve started, you can get back up again with this challenge.

PARAMETERS OF THE CHALLENGE

Log all food (and drink) experiences

TIMESTAMP – FOOD ENJOYED
Log Morning Out of bed time, and Nightly Into Bed (for sleep) time
FOODS TO ENJOY

  • Real unprocessed foods
  • Whole grains, whole wheat
  • Fruits
  • Vegetables
  • Nuts
  • Lean protein (naturally fed)
  • Water
  • Tea, coffee, 100% fruit juice

FOODS TO AVOID

  • High fructose corn syrup
  • High processed foods
  • Fast foods
  • Sugary beverages
  • Artificial sweeteners
  • Foods with dyes
  • Artificial foods I.e. Junk foods
  • Foods with preservatives
  • Purchased packaged foods with no more than 6 ingredients

If you would like to take part in this challenge I would love to give you support along the way.  Email me at [email protected], reach me at my facebook page (facebook.com/coachpsarge), or connect with me on Twitter (@coachpsarge) or Instagram (@coachpsarge). There is a private group for encouragement and support for all who take the challenge. If you have any comments or questions they are welcomed and encouraged. I’m looking forward to taking this journey with you.

Come on let’s get it!!!

Coach Sarge