So you're keen to get going but maybe don't know where to start. Well, great nutrition doesn't have to be complicated but don't confuse simple with easy. Chances are you have some bad habits ingrained over the years and these may take some work to change at first. However, building a solid nutrition plan that works for you can be pretty simple when it is based on the nutritional foundations outlined below.
Sweets, crisps, cakes, biscuits, 'kiddie' cereals, ready meals, sugar laden hot and cold drinks, takeaways, to name but a few. You'll probably have an idea of the foods that shouldn't be consumed often. If need be fill up the bin so there's no temptation to give in to cravings early on.
It will be nigh on impossible to change everything at once so look at your WORST one or two habits and work at these until they are no longer a problem. Then repeat and pick the next worst and so on.
During the first 2 weeks this could simply be drinking enough water and starting the day with a healthy, balanced breakfast instead of skipping it and mid morning hunger causing poor food choices to occur.
These are what make up your diet and depending on your goals they can be consumed in differing quantities
The exact amount will differ from person to person however a good rule of thumb to follow is to consume between 2 to 4 litres.