Learn how to cheat your diet with success!
Although it seems counterproductive to cheat on your health program, weekly indulges can improve insulin sensitivity (and accelerate fat loss), keep you sane, prevent you from feeling deprived and help you stick to the program. Taking a zero tolerance approach to cheating creates a lot of stress, which is a huge contributor to health issues. Ditch the rigid mentality and use these tips to nourish yourself without the guilt.
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Swap out processed products for these whole food, nutrient-dense ingredients to satisfy your senses without saying “sayonara” to the dishes you love.
You don’t have to feel deprived to reap the benefits of good health. You can enjoy the “good stuff” without packing on the pounds. Think about it, what’s the best part of a sandwich? If you ate the bread by itself, it probably wouldn’t be very tasty. The delicious ingredients are the healthy ones such as freshly carved roast beef, creamy avocados, and caramelized onions. By swapping out processed products for whole foods, you can enjoy food even more and benefit your health.
Done properly, summer salads can be a great source of nutrients that keep you satisfied and energized without leaving you feeling overly full or fatigued.
Most salads are bland and boring with the same low-fat sugary dressings, and chewy lean protein tossed with lifeless lettuce. Spruce up your salads, while benefiting your body with the suggestions and recipes below.
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Get the most out of your nutrition with these 10 key principles!
As a Wellness Coach, I’ve experimented with a wide variety of different diets. Along the way, I’ve discovered 10 tips to get the most out of your nutrition, no matter what diet you follow.
With warm weather, pool parties and summer vacations it’s nice to have a healthier treat to satisfy your cravings while keeping you cool.
Few desserts are as irresistible as ice cream, especially these freshly made fruit ice creams. These nutrient-dense raw desserts are dairy-free and filled with fiber, antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals that benefit your body. Although the idea seems daunting, with a blender and a few quality ingredients, making fresh ice cream is easier than ever. Now you can enjoy something sweet without breaking a sweat!
No matter the season, these delicious milkshakes provide a healthier indulgence to satisfy your sweet tooth without breaking a sweat in the kitchen.
Naturally sweet and packed with nutrients, these shakes are free of fattening refined sugars, artificial sweeteners, manmade fats and common allergens (gluten, dairy, soy, and eggs) found in most processed desserts. The ingredients used are mostly raw and unrefined to preserve nutrients that support overall health. Try one of these easy-to-prepare options and you’ll be savoring each sip in no time!
Cherries are a nutrient-dense fruit and provide a healthier sweet-tooth-satisfying alternative to processed treats.
Cherries are relatively low in sugar and high in antioxidants, potassium, quercetin, melatonin, fiber, and vitamin C. The nutrients in cherries help fight cancer, cool inflammation, decrease post-workout pain, reduce the risk of gout, decrease body fat, support heart health, reduce type 2 diabetes, reduce jet lag, and promote restful sleep.
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Beat the heat and feel your best with these delicious and doable tips for having a healthy and fun-filled summer!
With seasonal heat, summer vacations and various outdoor activities, it’s no wonder so many people struggle to stay healthy during warmer weather.
Jam-packed with nutrients, blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, other berries, and cherries are the best options when it comes to sweet fruits as they’re relatively low in sugar and high in antioxidants.
In fact, berries are one of the body's greatest allies in the fight against inflammation, aging and illness. In addition to fiber and vitamin C, the antioxidants in berries support weight loss, blood sugar levels, brain function, heart health, eye health, skin health, digestion, detoxification, and the nervous system.
Whether vacationing at the beach, hiking with friends or walking the dog, you’ll want to know how you can soak up enough sun to get a healthy dose of vitamin D, without burning or damaging your skin.
There’s no need to shun the sun or cover yourself with sunblock from head to toe every time you leave the house. In fact, it’s better that you don’t. About one-fourth of Americans have borderline low levels of vitamin D. By learning these sun smart tips, you can benefit your body and get a peachy golden tan.
Wellness Coach, Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® Practitioner,