Happy New Year! This is the time of year when so many of us set new health goals as part of our New Year resolutions. Starting a journey towards better health can often feel like standing at the base of a mountain, looking up at the peak. It's no small feat, but with the proper foundation, it's not only possible, it's achievable. Setting personal health goals is the foundation of a healthier lifestyle. This year let's make it a little easier with some simple guidelines.
Autumn is a season of transition, a period where we naturally crave warmth and comfort. And what could be more comforting than a bowl of steaming soup?
I've always championed the cause of nutritious, hearty meals, especially during the colder months. Soups, in particular, offer a delightful way to consume a range of nutrients while indulging in the seasonal produce that autumn generously provides.
In today's fast-paced world, finding quick, delicious, healthy meal options can be challenging. A sheet pan meal is a complete dinner cooked on a single baking sheet, requiring minimal prep, little-to-no cleanup, and, most importantly, maximum flavor.
Whether you struggle with overwhelm or want to improve your overall well-being, a morning routine can help you feel more centered, energized, and focused. Especially, if you have long work days, kiddos to chase around, and/or activities that require you to be attentive and always on the go.
It is easy to control and create a gluten-free space in your home. When you are a busy professional or always at the office, it can become a little more difficult at times. Business lunches and dinners with clients & co-workers are common. It is something that most times, can't be avoided. Food is important in the workplace but it doesn't have to be stressful. And, remember, people simply just don't get how sick you can get from eating a small bite. You have every right not to explain or discuss if you don't want to. Your health is a private matter that is your choice to discuss with co-workers if needed.
No-cook dinners are great solutions on those hectic days you don't have time to cook. They're also incredibly refreshing on hot summer days -- not having to heat the house by using the oven and eating something crisp and refreshing is the perfect meal on a summer evening.
Here are a few no-cook dinner ideas that will help you put nutritious food on the table that your whole family will enjoy.
Late-night snacking can be tempting, but choosing satisfying and nutritious snacks is important. Here are ten healthy late-night snack ideas to help you avoid unhealthy junk food and keep you on track with your healthy eating goals.
There are several potential causes of food cravings. Hormones, emotions, physical needs, or psychological factors such as stress or boredom may trigger them. Food cravings are often associated with certain times of the day or week, like after dinner or on weekends. This could be due to habits formed over time or changes in our daily routines.
Confused about whether you should seek the help of a Health Coach or a Nutritionist?
Both help with diet, right? They sure do. However, their focus and approaches are completely different. Let’s take a look at a health coach vs a nutritionist: what do they do, how do they work and what’s their main point of difference? Learn which of these modalities you should engage to help you achieve your wellness goals.
Smoothies are not only delicious, but they are also a fantastic way to get your daily dose of fruits and veggies. The beauty of smoothie making is that you can use whatever ingredients you have to make something unique and flavorful. But if you want smoothies to be a part of your weekly menu, certain ingredients should be staples in your kitchen.