diet tips

Being conscious of the following food traps is half the battle. Avoid these portion pitfalls to prevent you from overeating.
Don't overdo it with the soy Soy is considered a revolutionary food and it has been consumed for centuries in some Asian
Remember that it's all about making it simple and accessible to YOU and your needs. We both know that if you're the lazy-healthy type, it all comes down to making health realistic and practical while taking away the options of temptations.
As a nutritionist, I spend a lot of time this season teaching clients how to stay healthy, lose weight, and keep it off while enjoying all the fun summer has to offer.
The new guidelines state the relationship between dietary cholesterol (found only in animal foods) and blood cholesterol levels is inconclusive, and more research is needed. The guidelines recommend to continue limiting dietary cholesterol with the exception of cholesterol from eggs and shellfish.
When there is inspiration, small acts are all it takes to move you in the right direction. Original Photo by Jacob Bøtter
The best diets are easy to follow, nutritious, safe and effective for weight loss and preventing diabetes and heart disease.
I've rounded up some portion-control tricks which can help you get 2016 off to a great start and help you shed unwanted pounds. Many of these tricks are rooted in behavior change which serve as cues to gently remind us to eat mindfully... to eat when hungry... to eat more slowly... and to eat less.
Compared to some of the other common goals most people have like finding a new job, saving money, being happier or more fulfilled, it would seem like simply exercising more and eating better would be the easiest of goals to accomplish. But as we all know it isn't.
There's no need to overthink eating. It's really not that complicated. Just follow the KISS acronym and you'll be on the straight and narrow of a healthy diet.
If you're stuck in a rut that's affecting your mind, body and happiness in negative ways, here are three actionable steps you can start implementing right now to get the wheels of much-needed change turning:
With that in mind, I have put together a short list to encourage you to say no to some of the unhealthy habits and labour-saving devices we have become accustomed to:
So how do you start shrinking that waistline without depriving yourself, messing up your metabolism with crash diets, and ending up regaining all the weight you've lost?
Appalled by the type of information a person and especially an underaged user has access to in the Internet, I decided to break my "resume-agnosticism" and come clean. I am not a fitness guru and I will not make the mistake of creating a diet plan for my Facebook page without expert counseling.
No matter how long you've tried to solve your weight problem and how many times you've failed, there is a way to solve it. You just have not yet found or done what you need to do. Keep learning and trying new things. Persist and you will succeed.