The more I embrace Intuitive Eating, the less I care about food. This title might sound shocking to some of you since I am a Registered Dietitian and have based my blog off of mostly food for almost four years now. Don’t worry – I still love food and will continue to post food/recipes, but
For as long as I am a practicing dietitian, there is one question that I don’t know if I will ever find the answer to: what motivates people? Seriously. Of course everyone is unique, so different people are motivated by a variety of different things, while other people seem to be permanently unmotivated. Others get really motivated
First, I just want to get something off my chest. I LOVE carbs. I honestly can’t imagine my life without them. What do you mean no English muffin and banana at breakfast every day? No protein pancakes for dinner? No brown rice alongside my veggie stir fry or big bowl of whole wheat pasta with broccoli &
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
Over the past few years, the gluten-free diet has become a huge phenomenon and gotten tons of attention as a means to lose weight or eat healthier. Sales of gluten-free products have sky-rocketed and more and more food companies are making and promoting their gluten-free products (even those that were already GF to begin with).
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,