food

How to Prevent Overeating

We’ve all been there before. Whether it be during a stressful moment, or enjoying one of your favorite desserts or snacks, overeating is something we’ve all experienced at one point or another. While mostly a normal and occasional occurrence, overeating… read more

Time to Flex

Ted Talks: Time to Flex and Stretch

Of my many bodily deficiencies (see Pants, Tight), one has been protesting louder lately. I’m creaky. I’m tight. I’m about as flexible as a granite countertop. I can feel it when I walk, when I run, when I wake up… read more

Sensational Salads

Building Sensational Salads For Health

Salads are often recommended as a healthy meal alternative for people who are trying to lose weight or just eat more balanced, nutritious meals. The problem? Many salads don’t fill people up, leaving them wanting more food, which can often… read more

How Food Can Improve Our Moods

Coming out of the highs of the holidays, the doldrums of winter can sometimes dampen our spirits. Luckily, there are natural ways to boost our moods with foods that make us feel happier while being healthy too!  Chocolate  We have… read more

The Ultimate Way to the Heart

My parents have always told me that the way to a person’s heart is through their stomachs. While, anatomically, this may not be true, romantically, it certainly is. Having a meal with someone you love is a big deal –… read more

Processed Foods: What You Need to Know

According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), processed foods are defined as “any raw agricultural commodity that has been subject to washing, cleaning, milling, cutting, chopping, heating, pasteurizing, blanching, cooking, canning, freezing, drying, dehydrating, mixing, packaging or other… read more

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