6 reasons eating healthy is harder than you think. Plus strategies to make it easier.

Lots of people in health and fitness roll their eyes at the idea that eating healthy is hard. The stark reality they’re missing: For many folks, constraints with time, money, transportation, etc. make good nutrition seem out of reach. Read on for some hard truth about healthy eating. “Experiential” writing is very popular in journalism, including in the health and fitness field. Morgan Spurlock’s “Super Size Me” documentary immediately comes to mind. (Spoiler alert: He gained weight and ruined his health by eating an ungodly amount of food…exclusively from McDonald’s.) Somewhat ironically, so does John Cisna’s book, My McDonald’s Diet. (Another spoiler: He lost weightand improved his health

Welcome to the Fitness Options Team Alex Levine!

Welcome to Fitness Options Alex Levine! Alex was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts and has always been drawn to sports and fitness. He graduated from Ithaca College in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in Sport Management. Upon graduation, Alex worked in youth sports and recreation at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston. Alex is a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. He also holds a Fitness Nutrition Specialization. In 2016 he received his Masters Degree in Sports Leadership from Northeastern University. Alex is enthusiastic about helping people live healthier lives through fitness and nutrition.

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