When it comes to weight loss, weight gain, and weight maintenance, your metabolism is everything. It absolutely runs the show behind the curtains and is ultimately responsible for your successes… and your failures. Your metabolism is your body’s way of surviving when life gets tough. Think back in the day when cavemen had to liveaaa
As a Registered Dietitian and dad working in the sports performance industry, I meet parents all the time that ask me what I feed my kids to keep them healthy and thriving. It’s a very valid question since we live in a world where both parents and kids have fully packed calendars. So, how doaaa
You’ve just been handed the keys to a brand new Ferrari. It’s yours- no payments, no strings attached, but if it breaks down, you have to fix it. So how are you going to care for this new prize? You’re probably going to get the oil changed regularly, fill it with premium gasoline to keepaaa
While eating home cooked meals 7 days a week is pretty ideal for someone being health conscious, the reality is that’s not always possible. There will always be times when you have a birthday dinner, wedding, or simply want to enjoy a date night—and that’s perfectly fine! Here are a few tips for enjoying eatingaaa
So, you wanna start eating “clean” eh? Well, you have come to the right place! However, before we begin, let me ask you this: what is your definition of clean, anyway? If I were to go around in a room filled with 20 people and ask them this very same question, I am sure allaaa
The holidays have come and gone. New years goals are in full force – or are they? Getting back into your healthy life style might be harder then you thought. Time after time we have an indulgence meal… or 2. Many of us find it hard to get back on track after so much time being “off track.” Also, many feel like the have mentally and physically set their selves back a month. Well first off it takes 3500 calories to gain 1 lb. So if you gained 4 lbs. over night it’s just water retaining from the sodium and carbs. Unless you parked at McDonalds and ate there all day -then you may have a problem.
It’s February, and that means it’s time to talk about heart health. According to the American Heart Association, heart disease accounts for nearly one in every four deaths in the United States and is the number one killer of women in the United States, killing approximately one woman every second. The statistics are scary, but the good news is that there are steps we can take to protect ourselves against heart disease.
At the start of each month, take a little time to think about what your goals are for the next 4 weeks, and reflect on the progress I’ve made towards goals I’ve already set. Here are 6 ways to refocus on your goals.
Friday 5:30am – work up early again and went for another early morning run/walk. I finished my run at Starbucks and ordered my favorite drink: Venti Americano (hot) with two inches of steamed whole milk. Got back to my room around 7 and started getting ready for the day. I cooked eggs and bacon again,aaa
This is a question so often laughed at among vegans, but it is an honest inquiry among non-vegans and one I don’t blame non-vegans for asking. In fact, I once wondered the same thing. We are taught by family, by advertisements, by teachers, by news that meat, dairy, and eggs are the best and, presumably, only sources for protein. However that is not the case. Not by a long shot.