As we head into March we can experience some tough winter blues. Here are some tips for helping us out of those doldrums. Eating well and getting active can be some of the best things we can do. Also, March is National ...Continue Reading →
Oh, the weather outside is frightful, but your immune system can be delightful with these four tips. During flu and cold season, our immune system needs some extra attention to be ready to fight off viruses and infection during these winter months. A strong immune system is necessary so we can stay healthy and active throughout the holiday season. Optimal nutrition is key to boosting the immune system and providing protection against seasonal illnesses like the flu and ...Continue Reading →
Why are some people saying that November is the new January? Here are four solid reasons: Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s and the early evenings that beckon us to sit on the couch by 6pm and be less active. Yes, I love to sit on the couch with a fleece blanket a hot beverage and fire in the fireplace, but if I did this every night, laundry would pile up and extra stressors ...Continue Reading →
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Halloween is just around the corner and as we pull out the skeleton decorations it’s a great time to talk about bone health. Nutrition and lifestyle choices can be detrimental to your bones. Learn how to prevent osteoporosis and find out what nutrients are key to maintain strong, healthy ...
Have you heard of intuitive eating? It has nothing to do with diets, restrictions, weight loss, meal plans, or will power. It’s about getting back to your roots and trusting your body again, ditching the diet mentality, building self-trust to make empowered decisions about what to eat and renewing your relationship with food. Here’s a little snippet of intuitive eating, the ten principles and the science behind how it works.
Intuitive eating was ...Continue Reading →