The power of positivity is real. That's pretty much how the phrase, "fake it till you make it" came into being. Treating yourself well, believing in yourself, and respecting your journey are all great ways to foster the confidence to live a life you love! If you can take the time and energy to do that, chances are healthy eating habits are not far behind. I travel the globe, attend Pilates classes, and create my own work schedule to stay true to myself. AND I eat healthy meals and snacks.
Going somewhere fun this summer? Choosing the healthier route doesn't have to be boring or difficult, and it could help you avoid tummy troubles! Eating out is one of my favorite things to do when I visit a new destination. But I also like to hit the local grocery store for healthy eats and pack my own nutritious snacks to fill in the gaps. This way I'm never too hungry for the next adventure. Want to know the best ways to fuel your body on the go?
Where and how you live can have a big impact on your health. So is it time to give your home a wellness makeover? Everything from chemicals to added sugars could make it harder to lose weight. But cutting back on the white stuff doesn't mean you have to give up sweets altogether. Many of my favorite desserts are sweetened only with natural fruits like bananas and blueberries! Want to hear more ways to create a healthy-living sanctuary?
I always seem to have at least a few brown bananas on my countertop. Are you with me? There's no need to let them go to waste. The fruit is packed with fiber and naturally sweet flavors that are delicious for breakfast or dessert. Don't forget to add edible flowers (one of 2018's hottest food trends) for the ultimate springtime treat! Looking for more healthy-cooking inspiration?
Love homemade blueberry ice cream? This vegan wild blueberry nice cream combines lemon, banana, and blueberry to create the tastiest berry ice cream you've ever had. Want a blueberry ice cream topping? Don't forget those beautiful dried edible flowers as a topping for this ice cream made with bananas!
Even as a registered dietitian, I love treating myself to pizza, ice cream, and candy on occasion. I don't feel guilty after I eat these foods because I know they're a completely normal part of living. If you're currently setting aside a 'cheat day' for eating the indulgent foods you love, you may want to consider switching up your strategy—and your mindset. I use a few simple strategies, like adding in more physical activity, to stay healthy while indulging without any guilt!
Wondering what nutritionists do every weekend? Here are my registered dietitian secrets! For one, I love to experiment in the kitchen. I'll pick up whatever catches my eye at the grocery store, and this week it was cantaloupe, a childhood favorite fruit.