April 26, 2016|Written by Admin
Many of us eat the foods we love as a reward and then we feel terrible, which doesn’t make much sense. And yet, we do it all the time. Why is it we overeat foods loaded with sugar, fat, and salt and then groan in physical discomfort, swearing never to do it again . . . only to repeat the same process days, even hours, later?
April 15, 2016|Written by Admin
“This is an informative, comprehensive, and practical resource by two experienced medical nutrition practitioners. It offers step-by-step advice to help the reader transform unhealthy, self-defeating habits and mindsets to maintain a way of life that honors oneself.”—Lilian Cheung, D.Sc., R.D.,
Do you have that friend who constantly posts their workouts to Facebook? Or maybe they take a picture of the weights they are lifting and post is to Instagram? Do you comment on these posts, or do you think, “jeez, not another workout update. I don’t care about your fun time at the gym?”