Time is money. How we spend it impacts our health, too. Do the math and see how your equation adds up.
The holiday season is fast approaching! Oftentimes the fun is focused on the party days, but what happens when you transform any random meal into
November is Diabetes Month and with all the holiday parties, chances are, diabetes is on a lot of people’s minds—whether it’s you, your family, or someone at the party. How do you plan a party that caters to all your guests? Follow these three easy tips and you will be well on your way to celebrating the holidays with traditional treats that make everyone feel special—and still keep health in mind.
Part of the anticipation and tradition of the holidays is wrapped in food. And yet, each year so many of us put our favorite holiday foods on the naughty list, and feel nothing but guilt when we look at them. So this year while you’re busy creating a holiday health and wellness plan, ask yourself, are you up for the challenge of enjoyment?
Ever notice when you go to a party where they are serving beautifully arranged raw or roasted fruits and veggies that those healthier, delicious options go just as fast—or faster—than the other choices? Welcome to health and wellness at the holidays! Though we might think of the holidays as a time to over-indulge, let’s not forget that that people also enjoy nutrient rich options. Here are five ways to offer better choices at the party that most everyone is bound to love:
Happy New Year! A fresh start to the year can mean a fresh outlook on health. Here are five of my favorite ways to make healthier choices the easier (and fun!) thing to do: