How can I help you meet your nutrition and health goals?
Want a meal you can grab on the go? Something to do with the leftover fruit and yogurt in your fridge? Smoothies can fit the bill. Not all smoothies are created equal, but smoothies can be both healthy and delicious. Check out the blog post for a design your own smoothie matrix, recipes and more.
Are you confused by all the conflicting messages about food and cancer? What's the difference between cigarettes labeled "smoking causes lung cancer" and foods that increase your risk of cancer? Will pomegranate juice or broccoli decrease your risk? Find out more in this blog post.
The National Weight Control Registry (NWCR) is a research study that looks at the habits of people who have successfully lost weight and kept it off. On average the people in this study have lost about 70 lbs and kept the weight off for about 5 years, but all people in the study have lost at least 30 lbs and kept it off for at least 1 year. I've looked at the most recent research from this study and broken the things these people do into Six Steps to Keep the Weight Off.
In this blog I describe how we turned part of our yard and driveway into two large raised beds. This was a very DIY project and I walk you through step by step.
Is your new years resolution to start eating healthy? In this blog post I give six easy tips and tricks to get you started off right.
Are you worried about over-eating during the holidays? Here are five ways to make healthy eating easier during the holiday season. The five steps are put together in the order in which people often go through their holiday evening, starting with drinks and moving through the evening.
A proposed F.D.A ruling would make it very hard for companies to use trans fats in any of their foods. Trans fats are bad for your heart and can be found in things like frosting, grocery store baked goods, frozen pizza and margarine.