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Tiny Tummy Tips, Issue #37- A New Bariatric Mindset
August 03, 2023

A New Bariatric Mindset

Tiny Tummy Tips, Issue #037 -- A MUST HAVE Mindset

Alright, listen up…

Stop and imagine for a sec... how many awesome things have you missed out on just because you were afraid of not doing them PERFECTLY?

Let's break it down, shall we? How about meal prep? Food log? Exercise?

But here's the game-changer…

A NEW bariatric mindset: "Done is better than Perfect." It's time to embrace it.

Here's how to put it into action:

1. Can't spare 30 minutes for a full-blown workout? No problemo! Rock that 10-minute workout like a boss!

2. No time to chop and portion veggies like a culinary artist? No worries! Grab a bag of baby carrots or mini peppers and toss the WHOLE BAG in your lunch box. Forget about being a veggie Picasso. Just take ‘em with you and bring the leftovers home.

3. Feeling overwhelmed by meal prep? Hey, no need to turn into a MasterChef! Grab a rotisserie chicken and chow down on it all week long. Easy peasy, right?

4. Struggling to get protein in at every meal? No biggie! Focus on nailing it at just one meal. It's a start, and that success will fuel you to keep going!

Got the hang of it now?


So, listen up…

…don't wait for perfection to knock on your door. Just get going and get 'er done, even if it's not flawless.

Remember, it's better to do something rather than nothing at all.

Done is better than perfect. Heck yeah!

You've got this!

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In Health,

Suzette Kroll, RDN

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