Today I want to answer questions I've been getting, show you several of the pages from inside the new cookbook, and share some pics from the launch party!
This past week 10,000 or so of the nation’s leading food and nutrition experts gathered in Boston to celebrate the 2016 Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo. It’s a four day event that consists of learning, connecting and celebrating food and nutrition. Show More Summary
Today we’re talking about body positivity and weight loss. Can you be body positive and want to lose weight? Whether it’s the election or TV shows, there’s been an explosion of stories about weight stigma, self acceptance in the news and social media. Show More Summary
(Disclosure: I work with the brands mentioned on the TV segment and this blog post.) Make it a BelVita Breakfast for Slow Release Carbs Aim for whole grains, dairy with protein, and fruit even if your breakfast has to be quick. ForShow More Summary
The Baltimore Running Festival is just 6 short days away! This always gets me giddy as I’ve run a couple marathons in my day, 15 of them to be exact! So I’m thrilled to be working with these mentioned brands and give you some of my best fueling tips so you have an enjoyable race day. Show More Summary
It’s cholesterol awareness month and I’m here to share some easy ways we can eat our way to a healthier heart. People with high cholesterol have about twice the risk of getting heart disease compared to people who have normal cholesterol, but food choices can help you manage cholesterol. Show More Summary
Today we’re talking about kids and weight, and how your body kindness practice can help the younger ones you love and even families that you don’t know. This is a touchy subject to say the least, but there’s been some changes recently that could make an impact on our population’s health. Show More Summary
Back-to-School is in full swing and most families are already feeling the “Juggle Struggle”. As a busy mom of two, I pride myself on making effortless meals super easy. If you have meal and snack dilemma, you’ll love my ideas for quick and healthy eats. Show More Summary
Want to “healthify” your kids school lunch box? Packing a delicious, healthy lunch is actually easier than you think. I’ve got three different lunch box meals and some easy tips, plus great products to introduce you to! (Disclosure:Show More Summary
How do you make sure your kids are well-nourished for school and extra curriculars? Everyone is happier and healthier, if we can avoid the “food fight” at home. So I’m here to help! My ideas focus on taste first – with easy, enjoyable ways to make it good for you too. Show More Summary
Making amends has major emotional benefits. For starters, you heal emotional wounds when the “wrongdoer” acknowledges the harm they caused. Apologies help you move past anger and opens the door to forgiveness, which allows everyone involved to move forward in life. Show More Summary
The post Chamomile Mint Tea Recipe appeared first on Paleo Flourish Magazine. I drink tea pretty much every single day of my life, and while I love good black tea with a dose of coconut milk the most, I do often also enjoy a good no-caffeine herbal tea. Show More Summary
A puree made from these peppers — which are infamous for their off-the-charts level of spiciness — led to a rare, life-threatening condition in an otherwise healthy, 47-year-old man in California, according to a recent report of the man's case. Show More Summary
A dietary approach to depleting blood stem cells may make it possible to conduct bone marrow transplantations without the use of chemotherapy or radiation therapy, according to researchers. The discovery may also become a new way to treat certain cancers without chemo or radiation, which can cause severe side effects.
Study shows no link between appetite and calorie consumption. These findings highlight problems with health claims made by food industry, and more research is needed to see what influences calories intake, say researchers.
The post Cauliflower Tabouli (Tabbouleh) Salad Recipe [Paleo, Keto, AIP] appeared first on Paleo Flourish Magazine. Tabouli (also called tabbouleh) is a light side dish (mezze) popular in Middle Eastern cuisines. It’s traditionally made...Show More Summary
By Audrey Bruno. Photos: Courtesy. Cooking dinner at the end of the day—you know, when you're finally home from work—is a major pain in the butt. You're tired and you're hungry and all you want to do is curl up on the couch, grab the remote, watch a good movie, and knock back a couple glasses of wine.
Researchers show why fast-food menu calorie counts do not help consumers make healthy choices in a new study.
After a couple attempts, my husband - and the kids too - have given this Creamy Lentil Lasagna two thumbs up, and I'm excited to share it with you today. My 4th grader even ate the leftovers for breakfast if that tells you anything.
The evidence for comparing the two industries keeps coming. Both try to sway public opinion, avoid accountability, and muddle the science. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com