The New Year is upon us and so is the time to sit down and reflect on the year that has passed – the good, the bad, the ugly and all the fabulousness in between. Most of us tend to whip out a piece of paper and pen to scribble down our 2012 Resolutions – a list of all the things we hope to achieve in the coming year. Whether you lose the list on January 1st or tack it to your fridge for the next 12 months as a constant reminder, the desire to become the best version of yourself is suddenly at the forefront of your consciousness.Read More»
Interested in the slow food movement and want to know more???!!! You must watch an amazing documentary called INGREDIENTS. The movie discusses the importance of supporting our local farmers and shunning the highly processed and environmental detriments of huge food conglomerates.Read More»
Many of my clients consistently struggle with meal planning and this post simplifies it so it doesn’t consume too much of your precious time.
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Do you remember when you first started seeing the word ORGANIC at the grocery store? Did you understand what it meant? It may have sounded like such a foreign word that you dismissed it, especially when you realized how much more expensive the item was compared to it’s non-organic counterpart. Today, the word ORGANIC is everywhere and not on just high priced produce. From organic face wash and tissues, to organic beef and crackers, consumers have the choice in purchasing everything organic (and spending a little extra dough) or not. But what are the health implications of not choosing the organic product? Let’s discuss.
I really despise the word “diet”. I think the minute we put that word into our head as an action we are going to take to achieve whatever goal, it sets us up for failure. It’s subconsciously telling our brain and body that we can’t have something, we need to change something about our behavior, and of course, we expect our brain and body to respond on cue. Except that is not the case. The minute we start depriving ourselves of something we love, we want it even more!
So how about we eliminate the word “diet” from our vocabulary and focus on four other words: balance, variety, moderation, and exercise. These words encompass healthy eating, losing weight, and optimal nutrition but don’t set you up for failure like the word “diet” can to your body, mind, and soul.
Instead of going on a “diet” every other Monday and feeling like a failure by Wednesday, incorporate a new healthy and positive outlook by incorporating these words into every aspect of your life. Here’s how…Read More»