BY LEO BABAUTA
J.D. over at one of my favorite finance blogs, Get Rich Slowly, posted recently about how he used a wellness coach to get healthier and fitter. He shares his experiences and some excellent tips, and I recommend a read.
It got me to thinking: I’ve learned so much over the last year, from reading and from trial and error, that I could be a decent coach myself with a little more training. I don’t think it’s something I’ll really pursue, but I thought I’d share some things I’ve learned.
Today I’ll look at the first part of getting healthier and fitter — eating healthy. (Also see See Part 2 of Getting Healthy and Fit – Exercise Edition)
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