January 2020 S M T W T F S « May 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
- 30 minute meals
- adult health
- childhood obesity
- children health
- eat right
- eating out
- emotional eating
- family meals
- Fat Finder
- food addiction
- food labels
- food psychology
- Green 3 Ways
- health and nutrition
- healthful eating
- healthy cooking
- healthy diet
- healthy eating
- healthy family
- healthy kids
- healthy lifestyle
- healthy meals in a snap
- holiday eating
- picky eaters
- Positive Thinking
- quick and easy dinner ideas
- whole health
Popular Topicsall natural beans breakfast calories children chocolate cholesterol chronic illness cost of food dessert diabetes diet dietary guidelines eating disorders exercise family cooking fast food fat fiber food labels fruit gluten free grocery store health and nutrition healthy choices healthy eating heart disease high fructose corn syrup holiday eating junk food kids meal low fat meal planning Nutrition Facts obesity pregnancy restaurant role model soda sodium sugar teens vegetables vitamins weight loss
Tag Archives: restaurant
I’m reading an interesting book titled The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson, and it is fascinating! So much of what Olson talks about is in perfect alignment with what we teach our clients – that even very small changes in the way you eat can create big differences in your health over time.
Let’s say you want to lose weight (or maybe just not gain any more). Experts tell us that about 3,500 calories equal one pound. So, in other words, if you cut 3,500 calories from your diet, burn 3,500 calories more through exercise, or some combination of the … Read the rest
Lunch – we ignore it, skip it, or grab it on the go. We buy it, share it, or bring it from home. We pack it in brown bags, squeeze it into Tupperware, or store it in a desk. We carry it in backpacks, purses or briefcases. But do we really take this important meal seriously?
Lunch often gets lost in the hustle and bustle of getting ready for work or getting the kids ready for school. Yet it is the meal that gives us the energy we need to power through the afternoon. A healthy lunch is essential if … Read the rest
When you eat in restaurants, you’re often faced with a choice between what you want to eat and what you know you should eat. What if you could have both?
Eating healthy doesn’t mean denying yourself the foods you love. It really means making healthy choices most of the time. I love doughnuts, but I also know they’re not very good for me. So, I still eat them, but not all the time.
I “splurge” and have doughnuts for a breakfast “treat” maybe once a month. But, when I do eat them, I limit the number I eat. By cutting … Read the rest
I saw the comic below and had to laugh out loud! Sometimes we forget that just because the restaurant says “all you can eat,” it doesn’t mean you have to eat until you’re stuffed!
All you can eat buffets can be great. There are a wide range of things to choose from and almost everyone can get just what they want. But, they can also be hazardous to your health. Too often I see people loading their plates up with the least healthy foods available – and way too much of it!
The next time you visit a buffet, try … Read the rest
Many families dine in restaurants several times each week. Especially when both parents work, finding time to cook at home can be challenging. And, if you travel with work, then you are almost forced to eat out a lot.
Dinning out can be a social experience too. It brings the entire family together, even if everyone is going in different directions during the day. Often, other extended family members are included too.
But, dining out doesn’t have to mean eating unhealthy. It’s important to teach your children how to read a menu and select foods that are good for them. … Read the rest