The world is full of bad choices that are easy to make. It’s also full of good choices that are easy to make, even if many others aren’t making them.
Think about the last time you encountered unplanned food. Was it a breakfast or lunch at work or a conference? Donuts brought in by a coworker to say thank you? Samples of a food you’ve never had before (and that you would never buy) in a store? These extra, unplanned calories add up and can take a toll on health and weight as they pile up on us. Here are my three tips to navigating free food…
If you have a health and wellness goal, how do you achieve it amidst all the food and nutrition chaos around us? Here are five things that should be on everyone’s health and wellness to do list for 2015:
Birthday cake, special pastries for holidays, office parties with baked goods – the list goes on. So here’s the question: When did we stop cherishing the simple yet effective everyday choices like eating more fruits and vegetables or moving more?
Life is the journey between your brain’s desire to be fabulous and your body’s sense of humor.
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