With the busy-ness of the past couple of months, I’ve been finding myself in more and more of a food rut. I’ve been eating reasonably healthfully in general, but I feel like I’m eating the same foods over and over again. I need to get excitement and variety back into my meals! Continue Reading Twenty ways to get out of a food rut
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Nutrition Action Healthletter, published by the non-profit Center for Science in the Public Interest, is a highly readable, incredibly informative monthly newsletter will help you stay up to date on the latest in nutrition. Continue Reading Nutrition Action Healthletter
I love experimenting with traditional recipes and finding wholesome substitutes for the regular pasta or bread. I really like making lasagna, because you can make a large amount at once so we will have food for several nights, and I substitute the lasagna noodles for slices of potatoes. Continue Reading No Pasta Winter Lasagna
Realizing I needed to kick my game back into high gear, I suggested the January Rules plan: Go back to the three rules, follow them strictly, and truly enjoy my weekly “cheat meal.” By inviting others to participate, it helped keep me on target — if I’m leading the charge, I’ve got to be doing it, too! Continue Reading January Rules Wrap-Up
It’s been a busy day, so I’m going to make this post quick. Dance with me… Continue Reading Dance with me
Here’s your chance to join Team Eating Rules for the February game — and play for free! Continue Reading Join Team Eating Rules and play Health Month!