Does this scenario sounds familiar? You frequently skip breakfast because you aren’t hungry or you’re trying to lose a few lbs so you shun all snacks. You try your best to eat well all day but then that 3pm hour hits and bam, you want to eat EVERYTHING in sight! You have a ‘snaccident’, and eat an entire bag of chips. What the heck happened?!
The 4th is here and it’s time to celebrate! Here are some ways to stay cool this summer: Hydrate- The hotter it is outside the more we need to make sure we are getting plenty of fluids. By now you probably know you should be getting at least 8-8oz glasses of H2O, but that’s just a basic guideline. While it’s a good rule of thumb
In one word-Prep! Yep, my Sunday meal prep sets the tone for the entire week. If I don’t have my veggies/fruit washed and cut, or salad pre-made it makes it much more difficult. And I’m tempted to not eat so well… ? My tips for prepping for the week: Hard boil eggs for a quick protein snack or to add to a salad. Wash fruit-
Summer is a time for cool treats, swimming pools, and spending extra time in the sun with family and friends. It’s also a time when we want to feel good in a swimsuit too. While the occasional indulgence won’t harm you, primarily making healthy choices will help you stay hydrated and feeling good in the heat. Here are a few ways to keep the
The belief that everything we eat should be low-fat is now a thing of the past. In the 90’s, we thought fat was the main culprit in weight gain. Years later we have since changed our tune. We now realize we actually need fats in order to maintain our health. Our diets should consist of about 30% healthy fats. Fat has many different functions: ● Allows