This post includes a variety of kitchen gadgets that make healthy eating easy, while also keeping your kitchen organized!
Hello friends! I don’t know about you guys, but now that it’s December, I am 100% in the holiday spirit! Even though my tree and decorations have been up since the week before Thanksgiving and I also started listening to Christmas music around that time. LOL, it’s never too early, right? But now that the
Every once in a while I like to do a post in which I feature some of my favorite new food discoveries, or staples in my diet that I think everyone should know about and work into their diets as well! (Previously known as Peek Into My Pantry, A Few of My Favorite Things, etc.)
Some days I eat really well, have an awesome workout and get a lot done. Other days I eat like crap, lay on the couch half the day and watch ridiculous amounts of Friends re-runs. It’s all about balance. By the way, I recommend having more of the “eat well and workout” kind of days
Failing to plan is planning to fail. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: one of the biggest keys to success in healthy eating is planning ahead. I thought it might be kinda fun to create a sample 7 day meal plan made up of some of the things that I normally eat. Yes,
As a dietitian, people have certain expectations of me and think I must only eat this or that, or be vegan or paleo, blah blah blah. Sometimes it can be hard to live up to those expectations. The truth is, I’m a normal 23-year-old girl. Do I eat healthier than the average person? Probably. That’s
Protein, protein, protein. It seems like that’s all we hear about these days in the health & fitness world. Most people take protein supplements to help them get “jacked”, but do you know all the other important roles that protein plays in your body? Proteins are part of every cell and tissue in our bodies, including
According to Dr. Ann G. Kulze, founder and CEO of the Just Wellness LLC education firm, and my newest idol, “aside from smoking status, your body weight is the single most powerful predictor of your health”. Basically, if you don’t smoke, the best thing you can do for yourself is achieve or maintain a healthy