A Quick Word of Advice

Happy New Year! The years seem to go by so quickly, right? While you may find yourself reflective every January, please don’t stress over any need to become a whole new you. December can be rough. The holidays are stressful. … Continue reading

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Headlines Change, Habits Can Too

You probably read something in the news everyday about diet or what you should or shouldn’t eat. I can understand how frustrating it is to read these headlines every week. One day they proclaim coffee is good for you, the … Continue reading

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Nuts About You After Your Workout

My husband has been an avid cyclist and triathlete for years. He won many races, and never spent money on a fancy energy or protein bar, or supplements, to do it. In addition to regular training, good food (hello – he’s married … Continue reading

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Here’s 5 Weight Control Tips That Have Nothing To Do With Food

The commercial weight loss industry is big business. There’s a reason Weight Watchers® hired Oprah to pitch their service – although it’s sort of funny that they used the idea of “eating bread” as a lure. Bread has been chastised as a … Continue reading

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Healthy Weight Control = Eat, Be Happy with Small Changes

I don’t really like to present things in a negative light, but sometimes there are habits or perspectives that you should shift. Life can be complicated, and it’s easy to make a lot for why “now’s not a good time” to … Continue reading

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National Nutrition Month® 2015

March is National Nutrition Month®, a special month when registered dietitians-nutritionists (RDNs) send out extra special messages to consumers about healthy eating and lifestyle. Each year the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics chooses a campaign theme. This year’s theme: “Bite … Continue reading

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7 Tips to The Path of Least Resistance

How can you be sure you will be successful this year with diet and exercise? Make it easier. As mammals, humans are drawn to the path of least resistance. The more steps, the more difficult, the less likely that you’ll … Continue reading

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