I’m on a budget, so I’m hoping to find some healthy meal solutions that are inexpensive, and a weight loss program that doesn’t require joining an online program or a gym. I’m a young college student on a college student’s budget. Any advice would be helpful. I want to turn my life around so that I don’t die at a young age.
Congrats on making the decision to exercise and eat healthy. Everyone has offered some excellent suggestions. All of them will help you to reach your goal, you just need to find the one that will work for you.
You can also see if the college you belong to offers any free fitness or nutrition classes. These will be a great resource for you and offer you some support right where you live.
You can also set a weekly or daily goal for both nutrition and exercise. Focus on what you want to accomplish, not what you want to stop doing. For example, I will eat a salad with my dinner and lunch each day this week. I will walk for 30 minutes 5 days this week. Just like you check things off your list of things you have to do for class, you can add these items to your list and check them off as well.
Also, college libraries have some of the best resources available. You may already have tons of books at your fingertips that can suggest healthy, real food recipes and exercises you can do to help you lead a more healthy life and lose the weight. Just look for nutrition books that suggest eatting real food and that don’t eliminate whole food groups.
Good luck with your goal!