Chiropractor Tim Robards combines fitness with eating 70% super clean, 20% sensible and 10% relaxed for a nutritionally-balanced lifestyle.
As a fitness advocate, Tim Robards gets the importance of diet in achieving and maintaining a strong healthy body. As a practicing chiropractor, he knows that people struggle to find easy-to-understand information about what to eat. In response, and to complement his fitness app, The Robards Method, Tim has developed his unique eating plan. The 7:2:1 Plan is not about counting calories or avoiding food groups. It is a beautifully simple formula of eating 70% super-clean (lots of veggies and good-quality protein and fats), 20% sensible (some carbs from grains) and 10% relaxed (whatever you like) for a nutritionally balanced lifestyle. Tim provides a clear description of the 7:2:1 categories, ideas for portion control, tips on shopping and storage and 100 delicious recipes following the 7:2:1 protocol. He also includes an expertly tailored step-by-step exercise guide to get you moving in the right way. Fully photographed and packed with ideas and information, this is a complete guide for improving your health, not just for now but for years to come.
Dr Tim Robards is a chiropractor, human biomechanics enthusiast, TV personality, speaker, inspired educator in health and wellbeing, all round fitness fanatic and founder of The Robards Method. Tim was initially inspired to health and wellbeing by his grandma through her practice of Chinese massage. From an early age Tim received regular massage treatment and realised the benefits of having a healing touch and a skill with your hands that you can use to help change people's lives. Tim worked for many years as a personal trainer, rehab provider and chiropractor. His passion is not just treating people's pain, but mentoring them to better health and thriving in their environment.
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