Have you been doing a ton of crunches & ab exercises, but feel like your belly fat is not going away? WHAT you eat & HOW you eat it will determine what your midsection looks like.
Are you looking to lose some weight? Are you feeling bloated and sluggish after the summer? Do you want to blast five pounds or lose those pesky five that you gained over the summer? I have the solution to losing those five pounds this week.
You have probably heard the term “cortisol” before. It’s usually used in reference to stress and body fat. But what is cortisol?
For over 20 years I have worked closely with thousands of women to help them achieve their highest health potential. I noticed one common challenge that they shared and this was emotional eating, dieting/binging and simply feeling crazy around food. As enrollment for my 6 Month Vitality Program kicks into high gear this week, I thought I’d address some of the most common questions and concerns I ...[Read More]
This Baked Tuscan Chicken is stupid delicious and is so simple to make!
Dietary fat: is it good or bad? Both. You see, not all fats are created equal.
Diets don’t work – plain and simple!!! For over 20 years I have been working with women in helping them to live healthier and happier lives. My main focus is to inspire them to have a better relationship with their body and food, to live more and weigh less without having to diet again!
With only 10 days into the New Year, I must admit it does feel great to start fresh on a new journey! 2016 seemed to be a challenging year for many and especially world wide with deadly attacks, natural disasters and political let downs….it seemed that with each week there was “something” that was creating a stir in the world.
As seen on the Today Show….The combination of avocado and salmon is deeply satisfying and full of good-for-you fats and vitamins. Here, the grilled salmon with avocado butter is finished with citrusy sumac and basil. The perfect super food main dish! If you don’t want to grill outside, this dish is easy to make with a grill pan.
So often we eat mindlessly. We stuff food into our mouths while working on the computer, watching TV, or when we’re on the run. The pleasure of eating lies in slowing down and fully experiencing all the elements of food. Take some time to explore each of the following during your next meal and notice the difference. The main thing is to have fun, learn something, and understand yourself better.
Reduce or eliminate caffeine. The ups and downs of caffeine include dehydration and blood sugar swings, and may cause sugar cravings. Drink water. Sometimes sweet cravings are a sign of dehydration. Before you go for the sugar, have a glass of water and wait a few minutes. Eat naturally-sweet vegetables and fruit to crowd out your sugar cravings. Avoid chemicalized, artificial sweeteners an ...[Read More]
This week’s recipe is one of my favourite go to meals…Quinoa Power Bowl. It is absolutely delicious and packed full of nutrients and LIVE foods!