Free Healthy Eating Motivation
Posted on 06 June 2016
We've all heard the phrases 'abs are made in the kitchen' and 'what you eat in private you wear in public', so many of us are already aware that healthy eating plays a huge role in helping us achieve our fitness goals.
The problem however, is that although these quotes are true and inspirational, the motivation is often short lived as they're glanced over during a boredom induced Instagram scrolling session.
The truth is that when push comes to shove, and you find yourself stood staring at the white light of your fully stocked fridge. It's easy to understand why one of a million shared quotes you read earlier in the day doesn't pop into your head and have the impact that it should have.
We've all cheated on a diet or fallen off the wagon just to find ourselves wondering why we've thrown away all our hard work. Yet something as simple as reading a motivational quote could help prevent all of this! This is is why we've created the following free motivational healthy eating posters below for you to use as and when you need them most!
We recommend saving to your phone home screen for constant on the go motivation (who doesn't look at their phone every 5 minutes these days?) Alternatively, bookmark this webpage or print out your favourites and attach them to your fridge, office workspace or your home snack cupboard!
Let us know your favourites! Are we missing any and how have you used yours?
Do not reward yourself with food, you're not a dog.
Eat better, not less
Eating crappy food isn't a reward. It's a punishment!
What you eat in private, you wear in public
Your stomach shouldn't be a waste basket
Eat for energy not for comfort
Remember: Fat lasts longer than flavor
Your body records everything you eat
Eat to fuel your body not to feed your emotions
30% Workout 70% Diet
Healthy is an outfit that looks good on everyone!
Junk food you've craved for an hour or the body you've craved for a lifetime?
It only takes 21 days. 21 days of healthy eating and working out to become a habit.
Eating well is a form of self-respect
I will not feel deprived when I turn down junk food. I will feel empowered that I made the healthy and right choice