This dip from dailyburn.com is the perfect way to add a little extra “umph” to your daily vegetables. Bursting with flavor, this Hummus will give you the perfect protein compliment to help you eat more vegetables and make you feel more full as you battle that afternoon hunger hour!
It is easy to let a vacation or business trips destroy your fitness schedule and eating habits, but why let something as rewarding as a vacation leave you feeling unhealthy upon return? We have compiled our 4 favorite tips to help your clients stay on track, whether they are traveling for business or pleasure.
This recipe from dessertswithbenefits.com is the perfect addition to your fast paced lifestyle. Without sacrificing any flavor, this quick grab n’ go snack is sure to give you the boost you need to keep on powering through your day!
This recipe from Mel’s Kitchen Cafe is a perfect way to kick off your summer! Using natural sugar, this simple, easy & fast “Fro-Yo” will make you think you’re indulging in a divine ice cream! With less fat and calories than traditional ice cream, this treat is sure to become a family favorite.
We are all familiar with the golden rule of “do unto others as you would have them do unto you,” but when did it become okay for us to be unkind to our bodies in the way that we think, feed, and treat ourselves? Here are 9 mantras to help get you on the path to having greater self-compassion.
This recipe from melskitchencafe.com is the perfect way to give a “super” kick to your morning! It has no saturated fat, and combines the perfect blend of greens, fruits & vegetables. There is no added sugar, but it is rich in both Vitamins A and C. It is naturally and perfectly sweet in every way.
Weight can be an extraordinarily sensitive subject for children and teens. Deciding how to approach weight issues with young people deserves careful attention. Here are some tips for discussing weight with kids.
This recipe from kidshealth.org won a national contest and was served at a White House lunch for kids! What better way to teach your kids about healthy eating than to spend time cooking with them.
It’s that time of year. Extra calories taunt you at every turn: cookies in the break room, eggnog at the neighborhood party, chocolates in your stocking. Here are 5 tips to help you get through the holidays and avoid costly weight gain.