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We just returned from the Today’s Dietitian Spring 2015 Symposium in Las Vegas, and it was amazing! This was the first time we had attended these events and we were overwhelmed with the quality of the speakers and the willingness of everyone to share their knowledge. It was a great experience and we came back with lots of ideas that we will be bringing to all of you who follow our blog.
We attended presentations on everything from “Diabetes and Weight Loss” to “Food and Beverage Pairings.” We even saw a presentation by the Registered Dietitian from the TV program, … Read the rest
If you are trying to shed pounds and maintain a healthy eating plan, lunchtime can be a battle. We have all suffered from hunger pangs that seem to hit in the afternoon causing us to reach for an unhealthy snack like a candy bar or chips. If your stomach is rumbling, it could mean that you didn’t eat the right foods during lunch to keep you full for the rest of your afternoon until dinnertime.
Eating a healthy lunch is very important. Here are two big reasons why:
Energy—eating a lunch packed with nutrients helps you to avoid a … Read the rest
Remember what your mom used to say? “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” And no…coffee is not breakfast. There are mornings when you barely have time to brush your teeth, so eating healthy can be quite the challenge. Luckily, eating well doesn’t need to take up a lot of your valuable time. There are healthy—and quick—breakfast ideas to keep you feeling energized and have healthy blood sugar and cholesterol levels. And, when you eat a healthy breakfast, it leads to healthier food choices throughout the rest of your day.
If you are a busy mom on the … Read the rest
There are many different ways out there to help you get skinny—but most of those options can be unhealthy and just a quick fix. There is no miracle food that will melt the pounds away, but there are lots of fat burning foods to actually help you burn those calories. Whether you want to lose weight or improve your health, integrating fat burning foods into your diet will help to give you a jump start on achieving those goals.
What foods will burn fat and help you slim down?
Foods high in protein require more energy from the … Read the rest
The last time I was at the market, I picked up a box of macaroni and cheese. I know what you’re thinking – “mac and cheese, is that really healthy?” Just to be clear, it’s not my choice for a healthy meal, but our grandkids love it, and it’s a nice treat for them every now and then.
Anyway, back to the macaroni and cheese…I was amazed at the long list of ingredients – most of which I couldn’t pronounce! It reminded me of the advice I read in “Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual,” a great book by… Read the rest