Whether youre a fan of the Giants or the Patriots, we’re all fans of Superbowl food. Its fried, fatty, decadent and delicious – it’s like Halloween for adults, but without the costumes! (Unless you’re one of those super fans who dress up and paint their faces.)
The eating season is in full swing – bringing joy for some and stress for others. Many of us experience anxiety during the holidays, as each new day brings a different treatin the break room and each weekend is filled with get-togethers that revolve around the most decadent food.
With so many food labels and so little time to really figure out the healthiest options, how can parents make the best choices for their kids?
Chia is going through arenaissance of sorts, and is no longer a goofy gag gift that proliferates the shelves during the holidays to sprout on assorted animals or cartoon characters heads. Basically, the chia seed has gone from class clown to class valedictorian.
When you were a kid, how many times did you hear: If you are going to do it Do it right? How many times have you said this to your own child?
Have you ever heard the saying No good deed goes unpunished? Sometimes trying to eat healthy can be like navigating a land mine of good vs. bad food, only to find out what we thought was a good choice turns out to be, well, crap. If you are making the effort to eat better in an attempt to get healthy and or lose weight, beware of these three traps that can sabotage the best efforts …
Today at the gym there was someone new. Since I work out at 5 a.m. and see the same people every day, it is easy to spot a new person. This girl definitely stood out because she was ripped. Her muscle definition was awesome. Boy, I wish I looked like that.
How many people do you know that are trying to lose weight? So many people want to lose weight. They want to shed pounds, feel better, look better, get fit and so on. People will buy books about it, join a gym, complain to their co-workers about it, buy products, consult with doctors, try new diets, try new pills, and try a new exercise program. And yet, they dont lose weight or they do …
The brain cannot see or hear – it only reacts to the information that you feed it. Positive affirmations are your brains way of redirecting your bodys energy to keep you motivated. Negative affirmations like: I am always tired or I cant ever do anything right only serve to reinforce negative energy and stand in the way of your progress.
A surprising challenge for people who are moving toward a healthier lifestyle and changing their eating habits is peer pressure… or the perception of it. We fear drawing attention to our healthy eating habits, especially as many of those around us are still overweight, pigging out, or making choices for themselves that are not good choices.