Farmlifter Guide to Healthy Eating

Healthy Eating

  • Eat real food as often as possible.
  • Cut back on fake foods and processed foods.
  • Eat in moderation.


Here are some basic steps we can all take toward better maintaining a healthy eating routine. What’s more, it’s never too late to start practicing good nutrition or to start the conversation about it.

As we age, every stage of life requires a different balance of nutrients. Getting the right nutrients at each stage helps us feel better and function with greater ease — physically and mentally — while reducing our risk for a variety of diseases.

@farmlifter contains guidance and information that can help people develop and maintain healthy eating habits. Best of all, its basic message is a concise one to remember and act upon: “Your wellbeing!”

Individually, and as a society, it is time that we work to ensure such mindfulness about nutrition and to improve the nutrition/food environment for everyone.

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Food For Mental Health Surely Needs Our Immediate Attention

Given the rise in mental illness, and other chronic illnesses today, do we want to wait – how long – for “enough” scientific evidence that a healthy diet is helpful?

Or do we want to work toward promoting healthy diets and lifestyles now, and hope we can use this knowledge and prevent deaths?

Reality is quite different, harsh, and miserable. Because there is a term called sickness (or deathbed) which most of the people eating rubbish, don’t take into consideration.

Believe it or not, follow it or not, but the food is one aspect that has a profound impact on the quality of our lives. Surprisingly not only on physical health but also on overall mental well-being.

May I highly recommend that if you feel and look like crap, then do something about it and change that diet of junk, soda’s, and garbage candy. If you want off your meds 😉, then start researching what REAL food can do for you.

We can’t control everything but we can control what we put in our body. Like a typical Nigerian will say, “Problem no dey finish, try dey enjoy”. So, Why not start today?


Eat clean! Lift Often!

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Get Fit for Life

Let’s face it, we all know we need to exercise. If you want to live a long and healthy life, you should make sure you’re getting enough exercise. It’s important to keep moving no matter how old you are. It will keep your brain healthy and can add years to your life.


Why Exercise Matters

It can help you live a longer, healthier life because it can:

  • Keep your bones, muscles, and joints healthy
  • Lower your blood pressure
  • Manage stress and improve your mood
  • Ease symptoms of anxiety and depression
  • Lower your chances of heart disease
  • Help with your balance, so you’re less likely to fall and break bones

How can you make exercise a part of your daily life? By making it a habit, like brushing your teeth. That’s more likely to happen if you see it as a priority and if it’s easy to do. Find what works best for you in terms of type and timing of workouts and where you do them (at home, at a gym, outdoors). Exercising with a friend or family member or in a group may motivate you and make it more fun.

I know that people do better with coaching, encouragement, support and accountability. I intend on helping you through each and every mile of becoming fit for life! Are you ready?

I offer several options of personal training to meet every goal, budget and fitness level. If you believe I can be of help to you, please get in touch or connect.


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