Happy New Year! Many of us have started making our New Year’s resolutions or at least thinking about some changes we want to make in 2018. One popular goal this time of year is to start eating healthy. This is a great goal, however what does eating “healthy” mean? Depending on preferences, culture, traditions […]
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One week eggs are bad, the next week eggs are good. Coffee is good! No, it’s bad! There is a lot of contradiction out there when it comes to nutrition advice, often resulting in confusion and mistrust. I will attempt to explain why there is so much mixed-messages and how we can sift through it […]
Changing habits are hard! No matter what your New Year’s resolutions may be, statistically speaking, you probably won’t achieve it. I don’t mean to be downer, but only 8% of people are successful with their New Year’s Resolutions. Since losing weight is the top pick every year, let’s figure out a way to beat the […]
‘Tis the season to overindulge! Let’s break the cycle this year. Enjoying the holidays doesn’t mean all rules go out the window for the month of December. One day of indulgence is fine, just not a whole month. Here are some tips to help you avoid the common holiday weight gain: Keep holiday candy and […]
Every year when October comes around, I get excited because I love the colors of fall. Growing up in Arizona, brown is about all the color I use to see this time of year. I love that I now live in a state that has trees that change color, it is a beautiful time of […]
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