If you’re like most would-be healthy eaters, you’ve probably tried nutrient-dense diets in fits and starts. Instead of shrugging off bad eating habits, I advocate a learn-from-your-mistakes approach...
While it’s always healthier to avoid processed food and go for meals made with fresh ingredients, you still need to be aware of what you’re eating. Just because your meal might seem healthy, it doesn’t mean it actually is.
Going to the grocery store can be a challenge—there are so many choices, both unhealthy and not, that it's easy to get flustered and buy the wrong thing. It's important to make your trips to the grocery store as efficient and successful as possible.
When you’re fully committed to sticking to your healthy rules, and when you follow through no matter what, you start to build discipline. Soon, choosing fruits and veggies over steak and potatoes becomes much easier.
Some people, when they’ve been through serious trauma, are so traumatized that their system can’t handle it. They might develop autoimmune disorders or food sensitivities. And that’s what happened to Robin.
While it's nice to appreciate regaining a lot of your time during the back-to-school period, it's an ideal moment to focus on establishing habits to help you get on track with your healthy lifestyle goals for the year.
There is just something about biting into a fresh, juicy peach on a hot day. And August is National Peach Month! You can toss some on a salad or make salsa, cobbler, and jam. You could also use peaches in a green smoothie!
Y’all, I’m not kidding here. If you employ the five fingers strategy every time you are about to step off of your healthy food plan, you will, over time, find it easier to say no to comfort food and yes to steamed veggies.