For anyone that knows me, I'm a chip lover. If I had to list my favorite, Salt n' Vinegar all the way. But potato chips, although made from a vegetable, are not a health-food and can negatively impact our health. Today I get honest on how the salty snack can compromise your health PLUS I share with you one of my favourite chips recipes that not only tastes good but supports anti-aging to help your skin look younger and healthier.
Sugar is one of the most harmful ingredients you can put in your body. But it’s something many of us eat far too much of. According to the latest stats from the American Journal Of Clinical Nutrition, the average American eats 76.7g of sugar every day – the equivalent of 19 teaspoons per day. Today I'm talking sugar, again :), and discussing five of the main reasons you should limit your consumption of sugar.
Like many holidays we celebrate, it typically revolves around food and sweets. Special Valentine dinners, flowers & heart shaped boxes of chocolate are in high demand on Feb 14th. Let's kick up our Valentine's health with making this decadent Dark Chocolate Love Bites Recipe! Enjoy!
Butternut squash is an excellent source of fiber. It includes vitamins A, C, E, and B vitamins along with minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and zinc. If you are looking for an anti-aging secret, you found one. Nourishing your body from the inside out will restore that beautiful GLOW.
Looking back and recognizing progress has a profound effect on how we feel about ourselves & our motivation. This is especially important in any health journey we take. Today I chat about how your daily journaling can have a direct impact your health, longevity & even your happiness.
Everyone has negative feelings as they are a normal part of your thought process as you go through life. You aren’t trying to prevent them but learn healthier coping methods. This is especially important if you tend to turn to food or substances to deal with your emotions. Here are some healthier and more constructive…
With lots of New Years talk and setting goals, have you considered deep cleaning as a January project? Many of us are in the practice of spring cleaning and while this is a great time to clean, why not move it a little earlier in your year? Today I'm talking about setting up some deep cleaning strategies you can start this month. By focusing on doing a deep clean now, this can help us start the year off on the right foot.
Healthy is not about deprivation or fad diets, as this Burrito Recipe shows. Try out this recipe and if you want to get serious about your health and weight loss goals and still enjoy the foods you are eating, no deprivation, check out my Online Nutrition Programs (this recipe is from the NEW YOU PROGRAM) or reach out to me for one-on-one private coaching. I'm here to help! :) Enjoy the burrito recipe, another one of my favorites.
While you can get many berries year-round, especially if you live somewhere with a mild climate, blueberries are especially tasty in the winter. They allow you to get tons of nutrients, including antioxidants and vitamin C, while also sweetening up dishes without using added sugar. Here are a few ways you can use the yummy…
Now that we got through the holidays and the year has come to an end, the next thing you probably are focusing on is the new year, what goals you have, and what your New Years’ Resolutions will be. If you want to stick to them this year, the one most important thing to do is keep them realistic and attainable. Here are some tips for setting realistic resolutions that you will actually stick to.