how to eat healthy
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.
It's not just what we eat, but how we eat it. Our relationship to food and the mindset we're in when we consume it directly
It's the new year and I'm sure you've made it a resolution to eat better, haven't we all?
What's it going to be: the potato chips or healthy hummus with pretzels for dipping?
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When we're busy at work, it's easy to quickly scarf down a meal at your desk or skip a healthy lunch altogether. But what
There's always room for fine tuning our eating habits. Here are 25 ideas to boost nutrients, cut empty or excess calories, eat more sustainably, or all of the above.
When we try to make a change like losing weight or exercising, going back to school or advancing at work, to a large degree it's the systems around us that either help ease us forward or hold us back -- both our own personal systems and societal systems that we must navigate.
It was completely reasonable for this woman to inquire about ingredients, particularly if she has a gluten intolerance or celiac disease. The problem was the air of judgement, as if only a crazy person would eat a slice of bread.
We won't go to go to the gym every day. Know why? Because we have a life -- and nothing is ever as straightforward as we'd like it to be. Kids get sick. Work gets nutty. Sneakers get forgotten. The key is to not let these temporary distractions derail us completely.
When it comes to healthy eating for kids, farmers markets build an important connection -- beyond the food.
2) Bacon is not your friend. About one in three adults in the U.S. suffers from arthritis or a related chronic joint problem
This easy apple pie recipe is a simple French twist on a favorite sweet treat: apple galette.
Filled with simple, wholesome ingredients like fresh organic leeks, Russet potatoes and non-fat milk, I reasoned that it would be a dish that my kids would love. But they refused to try it. Actually, they ran from it like they would from a burning building. Here's why.
Are you resisting the rewarding relationship that vegetables can stimulate in your life and ignoring the attractive -- and possibly life-saving -- health benefits they offer? Here are some ideas to help you engage with vegetables and create a more intoxicating bond.
Since we all get older every year, it raises an important question: "What should I be doing if I want to continue my annual renewal and stay healthy so I can continue to enjoy the journey?"
Having the honor of speaking all over the world about health gives me an awesome opportunity to see what sticks with my audience and what doesn't. If there's one tip that seems to have the greatest stickiness and impact, it's "avoid the three B's."
Our country is in the midst of a cataclysmic health crisis, much of it caused by how we eat. There shouldn't be a distinction between what's healthy and unhealthy. Cooking and eating well is not just an issue of access or cost -- it's also an issue of education and understanding.
As a weight loss surgeon who has worked with thousands of patients, I still learn something from them every day, and I've seen over the years what small steps people take to lose weight and keep it off.