We all soothe ourselves occasionally with food; that’s why it’s called comfort food. Are you an emotional eater or do you eat to fuel your body?
Jan is an RN and Board Certified Health Coach in private practice, helping her clients to overcome their struggles with sugar cravings and emotional eating and learn to have a healthier relationship with food.
Americans are seeking a healthier path and in doing so, have found the benefits of eating healthy, whole foods.
Remember, to lose weight and maintain long-term requires changing your lifestyle.
Why do we eat so many processed foods with minimal nutritional value and empty calories?
Although it can be easy to ignore in the early stages, controlling your blood sugar is vital to prevent damage to blood vessels and vital organs.
Poor eating habits tend to be one of the major roadblocks that sabotage weight loss goals.
The American Heart Association recommends that we consume no more than 6 teaspoons of sugar a day and most Americans are up to 22-34 teaspoons a day. Sugar is also the # 1 craving and all sweets provide a very lucrative business for the food industry.
Whether you are feeding just yourself, your spouse and yourself or an entire family, eating healthy falls on to the person buying and preparing the food. Your life is hectic enough without the daily struggle of deciding what to eat, especially last minute.
Snacks have basically become the fourth meal of the day — accounting for 580 extra calories per day, most of which come from Empty Calories.
Dairy consumption can aid muscle growth and shed belly fat