Dangerous foods have been a hot topic lately. And gosh people are upset. How dare the WHO (World Health Organization) scapegoat popular foods. Did you know that bacon has its own page on Facebook with 6 million likes and growing? True story. And now they're saying that bacon, along with ham, sausage, hot dogs, salami, and even red meat are potentially carcinogenic So that brings up an … [Read more...] about Dangerous Foods: Should You Give Up Processed Meats?
Brain fog affects many healthy young and middle-aged people. And while there are many illnesses and medications that can contribute to muddled thinking, that isn't what I'm talking about today. I'm talking about otherwise healthy people who suspect that they are living under a cloud that compromises their mental clarity. They just don't feel as sharp as they used to. They are always thinking with … [Read more...] about Brain Fog: Does Your Brain Need a Tune-up?
One of the biggest complaints I hear from clients is that they are frustrated with added pounds on their belly. And over and over my clients express a deep desire to regain control of the mid-section, but also a confusion as to the best way to go about it. Well, I'm here to ease your frustration by breaking down what works and what doesn't work. Uncertain about how to address your belly … [Read more...] about How to Lose Belly Fat – Fact vs. Fiction
Every day we hear about new miracle sweeteners. They are more natural, have fewer calories and have less of a blood sugar impact. It can be difficult to decipher the hype from reality. There is something so satisfying about eating something sweet. So the question remains. What kind of sweeteners can we choose that will support health, weight loss and the rest of our health goals? Stevia – Stevia … [Read more...] about The Top 5 Sweeteners for Good Health
I don't have time to cook. I hear this all the time. Sure, I'm willing to eat healthier, but just don't make me stand behind a stove. Yet eating at home with fresh ingredients is a great opportunity. Those who cook for themselves get more of the nutrients of what they eat and eat less sugar and other inflammatory processed ingredients. Cooking is also a way to save money. Yes the hectic, non-stop … [Read more...] about From No Time to Cook to Master Chef