Often I speak with clients about their health goals and there always seems to be one area that is the most challenging- cooking. Making excuses like I did wasn't going to help me get anywhere. Because I had been working in marketing for many years, I actually implemented a tactic to help me change my attitude and perspective around food.
Feeling the sniffles, sneezing and itchy eyes? Yup, it's that time of year for spring allergies. Good news allergy sufferers, raw local honey has been shown to help alleviate many seasonal allergy symptoms.
Sugar is one of the biggest problems we face today. This is because sugar is hidden in so many foods we eat every day. We don't even realize it! Foods like pasta sauces, salad dressings and ketchup for example, are packed with sugar.
For a lot of people I know, February is the height of the winter blues. We often feel down, have low energy and just feel blah. There are a number of reasons why we feel this way.
Happy New Year! After a busy year of change and lessons learned, I am even more excited for what's ahead. Most people have made their resolutions for the year and no offense to anyone who does it, but there may be a better approach for success.
Understanding the benefits of cooking at home has inspired me, as well as many of my clients to cook at home more.