The most useful tip from above that I’ve found works for me, is having homemade soups and salads on hand.
How can anyone think that eating lots of processed food is a good thing?
Does it matter what kind of exercise you do?
Over the weekend, I traveled to Pennsylvania to visit my family. My sister asked me…
All you do is add in the recipe ingredients and number of servings, and, violá, You get a complete nutritional analysis!
Unlike other addictive substances, we can’t just not eat food. And saying that you will never eat sweets again just isn’t going to work.
I can personally attest to the harm caused by persistent, elevated levels of cortisol.
These are guidelines (like the Pirate Code) for healthy eating.
One recipe that I think hits the mark and is great at this time of year is lentil soup. My mother-in-law gave me this recipe. And, lucky you, I’m willing to share!
The idea is to get a very concentrated dose of antioxidants.
It’s natural to be less active in the winter, but doing so slows down your metabolism.
Going for the pure powder allows you to control how much sugar and other ingredients you are consuming.
Make it work for you!
Don’t be tempted to skip yoga days because it doesn’t feel like “real” exercise (I sometimes do). Remember, we want a holistic approach.
Don’t feel like eating any of those healthy choices, but that bag of potato chips is looking good? I probably don’t need to connect the dots for you.
We’re all cheering for you!
Don’t waste another dime on diet gimmicks. You know what works.
If I could only pick one aspect of our 30 day plan, I would pick exercise.
There are people on all sides of the gluten-free debate, but what does the science tell us?
Schedule the things that make you happy, just as you schedule any chore.
How could I forego the first day’s exercise plan with that wonderful feedback?