Posts Tagged maintaining weight

Weight Maintenance in the Winter: the homemade way

Oct 27th, 2014 Posted in Healthy Foods | no comment »
Chop some avocado into your grain meals for that added good fat that you need. This will also help you to feel full and nourished

Chop some avocado into your grain meals for that added good fat that you need. This will also help you to feel full and nourished

As the days grow shorter, you may have to fight harder to keep those extra pounds away during the winter.
Helping with  your weight loss goals
Begin with some recipe development of your own. I love to experiment with some different kinds of meals that include healthy grains such as rice, quinoa or even some legumes such as lentils and split peas.

What is Healthy Living?

Apr 20th, 2013 Posted in Healthy Foods, Healthy Recipes, Maintaining your Weight, Yoga and other Alternative Modalities | no comment »
Springtime is a great time of year for goals. Discover some of your healthy living plans in the spring of things!

Springtime is a great time of year for goals. Discover some of your healthy living plans in the spring of things!

 

 

Healthy Living is making the lifestyle changes that you need in order to stay healthy in mind, body and soul. There are many ingredients needed to think about in your healthy living quest including alternative modalities, eating better and exercising more effectively. If you are just beginning a wellness goal, here are a few components that you may want to include:

Making your Diet Healthier

Jan 29th, 2013 Posted in Accepting Change, Maintaining your Weight | one comment »
If you live on the East Coast and are experiencing the frigid cold~ Watching your diet may be difficult!

If you live on the East Coast and are experiencing the frigid cold~ Watching your diet may be difficult!

 

 

 

We all want to be healthier in mind, body and spirit.

There are many diets out there,  but the healthiest ones are recommended by  doctors and studied for their efficacy.

 

Here are a few guidelines from the book: Williams Essential Nutrition and Diet Therapy written by Eleanor Schlenker and Sara Long Roth.