Planning and prepping is only half the battle to maintaining a new, healthy lifestyle. Timing, being realistic and patience are all things that have to be considered when planning and implementing a new diet. If you know the basic steps and phases to starting a new plan, you will be more successful.
Store bought dressings are a lot of the time just loaded with sugar, making your ‘healthy’ salad pretty unhealthy. Before you buy pre packaged salad dressing, take a look at the sugar content. Then multiply that with how many servings you actually use and you’ll be surprised at the amount of sugar you’re actually adding.
This is one of my favourite snacks. They’re easy to make, packed with protein & healthy fats while also being low carb, high fibre and a great source magnesium & zinc. At only 160 calories, this recipe will curb any cravings and hold you off until your next meal.
Going to the movies is such a go-to social option for many people (myself included). Whether you’re there with friends, family, or for that awkward first date, staying on track with your health at the movies can be near impossible.
We don’t have a choice whether or not we age (though I’m sure some would like to argue that). Humans are programmed to live a certain amount of years and while we now have more medications and technologies to help us live longer, our time will come whether we like it or not. While maintaining
I’m sure you’ve heard it before and it probably gets very confusing at times. There ARE good fats and bad fats. They’re very different and affect our bodies very differently as well. If you’re on the path to weight loss, continue reading.
Eating healthy can sometimes be very costly, as it’s cheaper to eat foods that are less costly to produce by adding preservatives, packaging and certain ingredients. So why should we educate ourselves on Organic products? To save our health. Even on a budget.