Healthy Eating Ep.3 – How 18 Pounds Got Melted Away In 18 Months


Hi! My name is Sun Chung. I am the creator and host of Hungry Gopher
cooking show and The Kimchi Master Course. In the previous episodes, I shared how I became
medicine free after having to rely on steroid medicine for
30 years to treat my chronic skin condition, Seborrheic dermatitis. Also, I shared that, that journey enabled
me to lose those stubborn 18Lbs/8Kgs I had never been able to shed before. If you haven’t watched the previous episodes
of this healthy eating video series, watch them first at HungryGopher.com As I promised in the last episode, we’ll
learn about three simple things you can do immediately to build healthy eating
habits. Number 1. Start your day with the correct mindset. Everyday is a brand new day. Give your body and mind a jump start
by starting your day with the right mindset. Start your day with intention and awareness. Check on where your body and mind are when
you wake up. Step outside to get some fresh air and get
your body moving. It doesn’t have to be anything big. Start with small things. Take a 5 min walk outdoors or smell some flowers
or herbs in your garden instead of reaching out for your coffee pot
or checking your phone first thing in the morning. Instead, feel the sunshine on your face. You can get the vitamin D that your body needs
by simply stepping outside. There are reasons why the sunshine feels so
good on your skin. These simple acts will set the tone for the
rest of your day. Number 2. Provide the right hydration and nutrition
to your body. CBS reports 75% of Americans may suffer From
chronic dehydration. Your body goes through a complex metabolic
process while you are sleeping. What you choose to eat and drink in the morning
is a crucial component to building your healthy eating habits. When I wake up in the morning, I drink 2-3
cups of Lion’s mane mushroom tea or RO filtered water with fresh lemon. Eat a nutrient dense low carb & low sugar
breakfast. My go to breakfast is this super green smoothie
to supply my body with healthy fats and wholesome green vegetables. You can find this super green smoothie recipe
and practical ways to increase the joy of drinking water at HungryGohper.com Number 3. Track your progress. It’s highly important that you track your
progress. Because we are hardwired
to look for problems, it’s so easy to get hung up on our setbacks and get discouraged. Making mistakes and failing are a natural
way of making progress. What’s important is that you learn from
your mistakes. If you keep repeating the same mistakes, you
are creating a vicious cycle and are reinforcing bad habits that become
hard to break. Make a food journal. Set aside 5 minutes a day to log your journal. Write down what you eat and drink. Log your progress. We forget ‘mundane’ details faster than
we think we do. When I have an inflammation flare-up, I look
at the progress that I have made past couple of years. This helps me focus on my progress rather
than setbacks so that I can stay motivated. The journey to regain your health will take
time. The more you supply your body and mind
with the right nutrition and right mindset, the more rewards you’ll receive. Utilize the information I’ve provided you. Take action today. I promise the rewards are beyond your imagination. I hope this healthy eating video series has
been helpful to you. I’ll continue to share my knowledge and
experience about eating healthy at Hungry Gopher.com So stay tuned. Remember Guys, Eat Real, Be Real
Thanks for watching…. I’ll see you next time! Are you confused about what to eat? I understand. Conflicting nutritional information
and studies can lead you in the wrong direction. Today’s food climate is complicated and
it is hard to navigate. I’ve lost the 14 pounds in 12 months that
I had never been able to lose over the years. Also, I got off the steroidal medicine that
I had used for over 3 decades since I was 13 to alleviate my chronic skin
condition. Sign up right here with your email address
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