Do you ever feel like your brain is fighting your efforts to lose weight?
Do you feel frustrated by how much effort it seems to take to live a healthy life?
Would you like to find a “non-food” way to make weight loss easier?
With just a few subtle changes to your thinking, you can undo years of poor eating decisions.
But there’s a problem…
Did you overeat recently? In this post, I’ll explain what your body is doing with that food and the three reasons why you gain weight after a feast.
Intermittent fasting is a great way for both men and women to accelerate their fat loss. In this video and article, I show you 3 Ways to do Intermittent Fasting.
If you’re reading this, then you have a few questions about dairy foods and how you feel after eating them.
You may have heard of this thing called lactose intolerance, but wonder…
a.) What is Lactose intolerance?
b.) Do I have to give up all dairy?
Well, read on and I will give you the Cliff Notes on what lactose intolerance is and share some good news…not all dairy is created equal!
I’ll show you how to pick cheese and other dairy foods that are naturally low in lactose as well as practical ways to enjoy a wider variety of dairy foods, so you can get the benefits without the discomfort.
Tomatoes reach their peak in the hot days of summer.
These wonderful fruits are high in lycopene, which is a cancer-fighting antioxidant that helps protect your cells from damage.
To put your garden tomatoes to good use, take Tomato Salad to your next summer picnic.
Are you looking for a healthy salad dressing? This recipe for homemade walnut vinaigrette uses whole walnuts and all natural ingredients.
Do you think you could lose weight if you only ate when your body needed fuel?
When you understand your hunger cues, you tune into the needs of your body and effortlessly avoid mindless eating and unnecessary calories.
It’s a strategy that works for me. And it can work for you as well.
Let me show you how to rate your hunger using a hunger scale. It’s a simple trick that will turn you into a calm and confident eater who easily makes smart eating decisions.