John Basedow is the creator of the best-selling Fitness Made Simple video series, which has helped to improve the bodies and lives of thousands of men and women. From starting out in his parent’s basement to being seen on television sets across the country and deemed a “pop culture icon” by the media, John’s journey is an American dream come true “rags to riches” story. Fueled by an undying persistence and his personal motto “believe in yourself and you can accomplish anything”, John has achieved international recognition and created a media empire with Fitness Made Simple, which includes DVD's, CD’s, supplements, and infomercials all aimed at raising awareness about the importance of making fitness a part of your life. John has been featured on numerous TV and radio shows as well as in print media ranging from the Los Angeles Times to the National Examiner. In fact, The New York Times places him alongside NASCAR and figure skating in the contemporary pantheon of “great American sports television phenomena” and Muscle & Fitness Magazine named him the top infomercial star of the past 10 years. In addition to being a model that’s graced the pages of many major magazines, John’s also a well respected columnist and author of Fitness Made Simple: The Power to Change Your Body & Life, his book, published by literary powerhouse McGraw-Hill, that details his personal story and highlights his complete exercise and nutrition program. He’s a frequent guest on FOX News Channel, a regular on the popular Sirius/XM Radio program Covino & Rich and a new personality on the national cooking series Taste This TV. Along with being a spokesmodel for Chamonix Skincare and Energize sports drink, John works with various charities, including the American Heart Association and the American Diabetes Association, for which he received an award and was the Honorary Spokesperson at their StepOut Walk To Fight Diabetes. John currently hosts & produces a popular YouTube show called New Media Stew, which started in August 2010 and features Motivational Minutes, Celebrity Nuggets Of Wisdom, Fit Tips, WTF segments, movie reviews, current event coverage and viewer interaction. John also speaks at the prestigious NAVEL Health & Wellness Expos and motivates people of all ages, from teenagers to grandparents, to follow their dreams with his popular Power To Change Your Body & Life Seminars. As John says, “If you can think it, you can do it. Don’t listen to negative people. If you focus on your goals, work hard and never quit, you can achieve anything.”
Habits Of A Healthy Eater
Fitness expert John Basedow shares his 4 favorite tips for becoming a healthy eater in no time.
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John Basedow: Hey guys, John Basedow here with some habits to help you become a healthy eater.
Number one; try to stick with four to six small balanced meals a day. This helps you stay in a muscle building, fat burning mode and also decreases cravings that lead to binges later on. Number two is you want to practice portion control during those meals. Your protein portion of the meal should be about the size of your clenched fist or the palm of your hand, your carbohydrate portion should be the same. If you are still hungry, fill the rest of your plate with vegetables, steamed vegetables or raw vegetables I find to be the best.
Number three is stick with natural choices. It's made by man; you don't want to put it in your mouth. Natural choices are processed more readily by the body lead to less fat storage and also help you function better.
Number four, don't starve and stuff which is a typical habit of many dieters. For instance you start starving yourself when you are beginning a diet when you can no longer tolerate the misery that you are creating you stuff yourself. This is a horrible practice.
What it does is it basically creates preoccupations with food cravings and also binges and increases fat storage. Instead, stick with those three first tips, natural choices, portion control and four to six small balanced meals a day.
It's that simple, you all know it, now practice it, your waistline is going to thank you and you are going to get the body that you want.