One of the best habits you can build when it comes to healthy eating is brownbagging your lunch to work or school. Leftovers are a lunch staple in our house, but I’ve also been loving make-ahead lunch salads. You can prep off several at a time in assembly line fashion (much like overnight oats) and they tick all the boxes – simple, filling, yummy.
Traditional New Year’s resolutions seem doomed to fail, especially when it comes to diet and weight – find out why it’s not about willpower, and how to make meaningful resolutions that stick.
With the holidays fast approaching, lots of clients are wondering how to navigate the parties, platters and chilly weather. The good news is you don’t have to skip all the good stuff to keep your health goals on track and avoid the typical bloating, low energy and weight gain.
So much of this week’s food and nutrition news has been devoted to the media headlines that bacon (and other processed meats, as well as red meat in general) is the new smoking. Or asbestos, depending which news outlet you read regularly. So what does this mean? Is bacon as bad for you as a cigarette? Quick answer is hell no-smoking is a high dose of poison. Meat certainly is not.
Read on for a balanced take on what the science says and how this applies to what you eat.