Instead of focusing on what I couldn’t eat, I came up with up with something else I love, and simply chose to make that a part of the holiday. It’s now one of my favorite parts of the holiday meal.
First of all, congratulations. You made it through the month! As we say goodbye to October and the useful framework that Andrew created, here are my two best tips to keep you on track for wholesome eating moving forward.
When I ask people what their least favorite part of cooking is, I often get a somewhat sarcastic answer: DOING THE DISHES! There’s really no way around the fact cooking creates dirty dishes — but there’s a really simple way to drastically reduce the number of dishes you dirty while making food, which of course means less time spent washing dishes.
One of the easiest ways to start your day with a bang is downing a tall smoothie packed with nutrition. When you’re in a hurry in the morning, though, it can be daunting trying to get everything ready for your smoothie, so I started making Smoothie Jars to streamline the process.
We often think our body is asking for sugar. However, the body is really tricky. What it is actually asking for is nutrients, but it is sending signals to our mind saying it wants a quick fix. So, what are some good alternatives?
Whenever we start on a focused healthy eating journey, we are excited and focused on keeping our promise to ourselves and our goals. However, along the way, life interferes and often our good intentions fall by the way-side… so here’s a daily meditation that will help you stay on course.
Making major changes to your eating habits takes patience and work. Getting your family on board is a great way to help everyone eat healthier. But it’s not always easy!
Rita Black shares three “mind hacks” and a free hypnosis session to break your sugar habit.