Do you want to age well… but worried you’re not doing the right things?
Staying fit, well, and positive is indeed a challenge, especially in this time of pandemic, but believe me, it’s never too late for you to change!
Do you want to be your best self and finally achieve your health and fit goals? Get your pens and papers ready as today is surely a gift that’s meant for you!
Isabella Lynagh is the Founder of Isa’s Healthy Kitchen and a mother to three boys. She was born in Italy but is now living in London, and studied Economics before working in the city. Now a health coach, a passionate cook, and a food mentor, she is here to empower you to take your health to the next level and thrive – all with an Italian twist!
In this episode, Isabella talks about the issues of people wanting to age well but who keep making mistakes with regards to the ways they do it. Here, she talks about the things that hinder you and shares ways, and a guide, to help you succeed!
What you will learn from this episode:
- Discover why copying others’ health practice is a mistake
- Find out how you can live a healthy life regardless of your age
- Learn more about the art of being healthy and staying fit
It’s never too late. You’re never too old, and there’s always hope. Especially if you take one step at a time, your second part of your life can be great, and even better than the first. – Isabella Lynagh
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02:40 – The biggest challenge that people face as they age with regard to staying fit, well, and positive: Being overwhelmed with choice – copying what worked for others and/or doing everything at the same time and expecting immediate results.
04:30 – The common mistakes or misconceptions that people have about solving that problem: First common mistake is they try to do everything by themselves. Second mistake is thinking that they’re already too old and there’s no hope for a change. Third is that they believe that cooking from scratch or at home is difficult.
06:52 – The number one tip; a tangible specific action that people could implement right away: Hire a health coach. Have a well-stocked pantry. Buy fresh vegetables, fruits, and the organics and don’t forget to check the product’s quality.
“We’re all very different. What works for me doesn’t necessarily work for you.” – Isabella Lynagh
“People think that cooking from scratch and cooking at home is difficult or time consuming, or you need to be a chef or you know to eat well, which is very passionate about dismantling this idea. Anybody can cook.” – Isabella Lynagh
“You need to have a well-stocked pantry and have simple whole foods. Fill your cupboards with fresh vegetables and fruit. Buy organic and eat a variety of vegetable, of meat, of fish, eggs, whole grains, but you’d want to look after the quality, especially meat, if you can.” – Isabella Lynagh