Category Archives: Healthy Eating

Show Your Loved One You Care With Healthy Meal Ideas for Valentine’s Day

February 8, 2017

Healthy Meal Ideas for a Nutritious Valentine’s Day Many couples mark Valentine’s Day by dining at a fancy restaurant and indulging in a variety of sweet treats. Although it is just one day, you shouldn’t have to compromise your health to celebrate the holiday. Remember that goal you set for the year 2017? Here is  Continue Reading »

Getting Started on a Paleo Diet?

February 7, 2017

Try These Lunch Ideas as You Begin Your Journey on a Paleo Diet You are ready to make lifestyle changes as you begin your Paleo diet. You’ve got your fridge loaded with healthy veggies, you’ve flipped through your new Paleo cookbook featuring pictures of delicious, budget-friendly meals, and you’ve purged your kitchen of processed foods  Continue Reading »

5 Heart Healthy Foods to Add to Your Diet

February 1, 2017

Incorporating Heart Healthy Foods Into Your Diet During American Heart Month February is the perfect month to start thinking about taking care of your heart. What better reminders than a celebration of love (aka Valentine’s day) and the official title of American Heart Month. If you are looking for ways to improve your heart health  Continue Reading »

Cooking Classes for Couples: A Perfect Valentine’s Date

January 31, 2017

Cooking Classes for Couples Offer Romance and Adventure Are you looking for a unique idea for celebrating Valentine’s Day with your special someone? There are a lot of good reasons why cooking classes for couples are the perfect solution for a romantic evening, especially when you’re looking for something a little more exciting than the  Continue Reading »

What is Holistic Nutrition?

January 25, 2017

Holistic Nutrition is the Nutrition Approach You’ve Been Missing Out On Typically, when you think about nutrition, there are certain words that come to mind: protein, fat, carbohydrates, calories, dieting and more. Although, these all have to do with nutrition there is a lot more to proper nutrition than just the nutrients and energy you  Continue Reading »

Healthy Kid Friendly Snacks for Valentine’s Day

January 24, 2017

Skip the Sugar and Embrace Kid-Friendly Snacks That Even the Adults Will Love Valentine’s Day is coming, and while you may remember conversation hearts and red lollipops from your school parties growing up, moms are beginning to embrace more nutritious options. Kid-friendly snacks allow everyone to have a little fun but still feel great!    Continue Reading »

4 Simple Nutrition Changes to Help You Age Gracefully

January 18, 2017

Nutrition Changes to Help You Live Your Best Life The average life expectancy in the United States is 78.7 years. For most of us, aging isn’t something we look forward to. We invest high dollar amounts into plastic surgery, expensive salon treatments, skin care, supplements and more in an attempt to turn back the hands  Continue Reading »

Plan Ahead to Incorporate Healthy Snacks at Work

January 17, 2017

Our Top Picks for Healthy Snacks at Work Snacking can be a healthy practice when the right foods are chosen. This is hard to do though if you are away at work all day. How can you have healthy snacks at work? Planning ahead is key. Take some time to prepare healthy snacks before the  Continue Reading »

IBS Nutrition Starts With Careful Elimination Diet

January 11, 2017

Manage Your IBS Nutrition Effectively Under The Care of a Functional Medicine Doctor Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) consists of a collection of symptoms that include cramping, bloating, abdominal pain, diarrhea and constipation. The symptoms are chronic in nature and although they wax and wane, tend to last months to years. The cause is unknown and  Continue Reading »

What Do You Do if Your Toddler Must Follow a Celiac Diet?

January 10, 2017

A Celiac Diet Doesn’t Mean Your Little One Can’t Enjoy Fun Foods Parents of toddlers often swap stories about the things their little ones won’t (and will) eat. Getting your toddler to eat foods that are nutritious is challenging for every mom and dad, but if your little one has celiac disease, it can feel  Continue Reading »