The Diet for health

Posted: February 16, 2014 in Random


There are a lot of people out there that have long term health and wellbeing issues. Know these range from being over weight too things like Cps and heart conditions.
   There are a lot of diets medical advice and prescripted methods to easing and combating these.
  I personally suffer from Fybromyralga and have suffered severe weight gain due to meds and medical conditions.
  But I have altered my lifestyle over 2-4 years and lost over 15 stone and become fitter and less relient on meds. This is not easy but definetly worth it.

I do not preach but the info in the rest of this blog will supply you with tools to make the correct choices.


You must keep hydrated properly and avoid processed foods as much as possible.
  Proccessed foods are full of high quantities of salt,sugars and other additives.
           ( The food plate top of blog and pyramid above show best balance for diet.The break down of water needs above pyramid shows how much the body requires.)
  The fresher the meats,fish and chicken the better. They maybe slightly more expencive but in the longterm far better for your bodies needs. Grass fed meets and naturally fed fish and chicken are the same as mass fed normally means pellets and chemical enhancements as well as being injected with water pre packaging to make them look appetising.
A) Good Butcher
B) Fishmonger
C) Organic Source (greengrocer) for veg (if not frozen as nutrients are preserved)



Home cooked and prepared is the best way to track Sodium,Fats,Proteins,Carbs ect or it can take a long time to trawl through all the label info to find the details.
  A proper balanced diet will severly assist swollen joints,muscle damage,brain function,aches and pains,migraine and tension headaches.
  With addiquate water intake and dropping carbonated and mass produced fruit drinks which have been Scientifically proved to contain exceedingly high suger and harmfull additives per serving.



Make food as colourful as possible and presented well as if it looks good you will enjoy it.


Fozzy; Fitness Revolution

  1. Jade Reyner says:

    This information is great…. I need to get myself conditioned to a better diet but I lack motivation. I think that over the years though, our diets have deteriorated in general due to the over-processing of food. When I was a child pretty much everything was made from scratch and I don’t remember there being anywhere near as many diets etc.. as there are today. I also wonder if our behaviour has been affected by these foods? Particularly children as they seem to be a whole different species these days? 🙂

    • fozzbloglife says:

      Definitely there is a link to diet and behaviour !! and social and other media’s perceptions of how we should look . A return to proper family cooking and home made produce is seriously needed.
      Fozzy: Fitness Revolution is my Personal Training company and I hope to help motivate and assist people to obtain tools for better lifestyle choices 😉

  2. LFFL says:

    This is great info. I really need to eat healthier than what I do. It’s just so hard to do sometimes. Just fyi—Here’s another blog I found with a person dealing with fibromyalgia you might be interested in

    • fozzbloglife says:

      The hardest bit is taking the first step after that its relitively easy as its a bit like pushing a stone down a hill it gains momentum and becomes easier because of it.
      Thank you for the heads up re prayingforoneday I have chatted with Shaun for a while on this he is an epic lad

    • fozzbloglife says:

      I am a personal trainer qualified in nutrition diet and all aspects of fitness and well being . If you need help or have specific questions I would be glad to help

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