While the headline sounds familiar and somewhat overused, I am not going to write about specific foods, rather some food and eating concepts. My purpose is to bring awareness about some of our eating habits and food choices that do not support our health and wellbeing. Making your own meals: Preparing your own meals puts… Continue reading “Eat This, Not That”
What's the degree of organization we need to possess in order to achieve goals? Or is it all in organization?! What if the secret is in creating and applying structure to your time and activities, without having to keep EVERYTHING under control?! As a "recovering perfectionist" (yep, I do believe we must ditch this quality… Continue reading Structure your Time to Achieve Wellness Goals
When our kids get sick, we tend to blame their classmates, the season or occasional wind draft. However research shows that many reoccurring conditions are caused by food allergies, sensitivities or intolerances. While food allergies are defined as immune reaction with histamine and IgE antibodies release in response to a particular food and can be… Continue reading Ear Infection or Allergy? Food May Cause Many Ailments in Children
I already wrote about far reaching benefits of exercise beyond just weight-loss or maintenance in my previous post. Now I'd like to make some suggestion as to how to actually start working out - we are moving from theory to practical application. The truth about exercise Some people cringe at the idea of exercise -… Continue reading How to Start Exercising
Snacks are essential for many of us. In our high-paced environment, sometimes finding time for a sit-down full meal is a challenge. Having healthy snacks on you will alleviate hunger, deliver nutrition and prevent overeating at mealtime. First - what should be the dietary composition of your snack? Protein - shoot for 10 g of PRO… Continue reading Healthy Snacks Ideas
If you are asking this question - first off, congratulations! You are on the right track - making a decision to put on snickers and setting exercise goals is a major step towards becoming more active and healthier overall. The amount of exercise needed Per the Department of Health and Human Services current recommendation is… Continue reading How much exercise do we really need?
I got you there with the title, didn't I?!Well, don't get your hopes up, there isn't such thing! Or at least there isn't rapid FAT loss. When you lose weight, it's not all fat: depending on your weight loss strategy, some of it is fat, and the rest is water and lean mass (muscles). Often… Continue reading “Rapid Weight Loss”
For the longest time I thought of my love for food and eating in general as a shameful and faulty character trait. I would compare myself to thin and graceful girls who’d have very little interest in food, those who can take a bite of apple and put it down for 15 min before taking… Continue reading Take “hate” out of your “love-hate” relationships with food