A question was asked a week back by a fellow blogger (who’s creating very inspirational progress with her goals) about how to reduce overall calorie intake, and how it seemed really hard on the surface when it was so easy to reach the daily caloric goal, which was 1,200 calories. The response was that it’s… Continue reading Eat Clean Cheat for Calorie Reduction
“Be careful about reading health books. You may die of a misprint.” -Mark Twain Why do all diets work, at least temporarily, no matter if they’re high carb, low carb, high fat, low fat, high protein, low protein, and so forth? It’s simple math. Anytime you stop consuming, or in the case of most diets,… Continue reading Why All Diets Work (Temporarily)
You’re probably wondering why there is a picture of smiling Stella for the cover image-she’s listening to her favorite song, “Who Let the Dogs Out.” It’s hard to think of anything that lends itself to getting into a good mood, or out of a bad one, than some soulful, uplifting music, at least when you’re… Continue reading Most Uplifting Songs You’ve Never Heard
If it tastes you longer to read the ingredients on food label, than it would take to actually consume the food, then put it back on the shelf.
I’ve used this challenge with personal training clients, friends, and my brothers who work in the trades, and are often eating their lunch “food” through a drive thru window. Some are a little skeptical when I present it, but everyone after doing the challenge realizes what a direct connection there is between the food they… Continue reading Eat Clean Challenge #1
Are you pursuing a healthier lifestyle, particulary with food consumption, and looking for ways in which you can more easily achieve that? Treat yourself to a few quality kitchen tools. Much like a new pair of shoes, with a quality kitchen tool you’re inspired to want to use them and test them out. They’re more… Continue reading Eat Clean Helpful Tip’s
When I think of maximizing the value of a dollar when grocery shopping, the first thing that comes to mind is maximum nutritional value for the the minimum amount of money spent. With that goal in mind, the second goal is consuming a wide variety of healthy, nutritious food, because although some foods will have… Continue reading Eat Clean, Budget Food Focus of the Week (Oats)