I'm a pondering human. I like to reflect and chew on ideas. This can be wonderful because I love dreaming about the future, planning my weekend, and examining my interpersonal relationships.
Weight loss at any cost will likely not improve your health, nor your self confidence. The reason being is that most individuals who lose weight, will re-gain it over the course of five years. A major shift in our attitudes (of the professional and public spheres) is urgently needed because we are not getting smaller nor are we getting healthier with all this weight loss focused mania.
When is the meal over for you? When you lose interest in the meal, or when the plate is empty? Today I discuss the main difference between external versus internal cues with regards to eating and why both can be important to use to help us eat well.
This focus we have on weight is not helping us actually get thinner or healthier bodies. Instead it may unintentionally be contributing to preoccupation with food, body checking, yo-yo dieting and eating disorders.
Getting stuck in a recipe rut is the worst! To help inspire your kitchen endeavours I rounded up some recipes (from fellow food bloggers) using some of my favourite unsung heroes of the grocery store which I think you should try in 2018! ••• Canned salmon Purchase the variety with the bone in and you've…
Want to minimize your feelings of guilt during the holiday season? Stop binging, stop depriving yourself, by being realistic and practicing common sense. Here are my tips to avoid holiday guilt. ••• Now this may be a different sort of article than you would expect. I'm not going to give condescending tips on how to…
It's that time of year. Everyone suddenly gets "I don't know what to eat" syndrome. With all the articles, magazines and people sharing tips on how to avoid holiday weight gain, of COURSE that leads to food fear. Today I share my 10 holiday eating mistakes I see as a results of diet culture and food fear and how to avoid them.