The countdown is on for the start of 2019. I'm sure you're thinking about resolutions. Just like all of the years before, gym sign-ups and diet starts will be at a height in the new year, but progress often halts just as quickly as January ends. If your resolution is to lose weight or to simply get healthier, I'm here to arm you with success so you can stick to your goals for the long run and see the results you want all year long. Here's to a long, happy, and healthy life.
It's here. It's the most wonderful time of year! I love to see the holiday cheer everywhere I go. If you're looking for store-bought ideas, I have a list of RD-approved kitchen tools that you can order with a simple click. And if you have a few minutes to spend in the kitchen, I have ideas that you can whip up and wrap up in a jiffy. Now, grab a mug of cider and let me help you with the last of your 2018 holiday tasks so you can be prepared for a healthy and nutritious 2019!
Think filling up on only green juice is the best way to lose weight? I come across awful diet tips like this all the time. Luckily, you don't need to give up pizza (or dessert!) to reach your wellness goals. Want to know which health recommendations are actually worth following?
Ever find yourself staring into your fridge, wondering how on earth you're going to put together a healthy meal without fresh ingredients? I know we've all been there, especially when a trip to the grocery store is overdue. The thought of healthy cooking without fresh fruits and vegetables may seem daunting, but it is possible! Instead of turning to take-out, stock up on nonperishable pantry staples like canned goods and spices so you'll always be ready to cook something quick.
Looking for vegetarian meal delivery boxes? Enter Hello Fresh vegetarian recipes! The meal subscription box is one of the best vegetarian food delivery options out there. I share my experience eating vegetarian fresh box meals from the meal delivery company.
What is added sugar? It's sugar that isn't naturally occurring in food (like fruit sugars), such as granulated sugar, brown sugar, and honey. New dietary guidelines suggest we drastically reduce this added sugar intake. Fortunately, there are plenty of naturally sweet foods to flavor recipes.