Previously, we shared info on the popular Keto diet, the super low carb weight loss approach. Low carb diets are not new, popularized in the 1920s to treat epilepsy and diabetes, but the trend shifted to increasingly low amounts of carbs, morphing into the well-known Keto diet of today. The keto diet relies on ketone… Continue reading Longterm Studies Show Keto Diet Potentially Harmful to Body
Easter marks a beautiful time of year. Signs of spring are beginning to show themselves- warmth, beautiful blooms, and new life starting a new cycle. This year Easter signifies a whole year since the pandemic became a reality for our country. We've all developed new habits and worked to adjust to different schedules and routines.… Continue reading 8 Nutritious Main Easter Dishes
Last week I discussed why all calories may not be equal. Those that eat at night or have a night eating disorder may process calories in a way that negatively impacts their weight. Overcoming night eating is an important step for those looking to establish a healthier relationship with food and benefit from the resulting… Continue reading 12 Ways to Stop Nighttime Eating
In an effort to appeal to the health-conscious consumer, food companies often use artificial sugars or sugar substitutes to sweeten their products. Many of the sweeteners provide flavor with hardly any (if any at all) caloric addition to the food, making them a great way to cut calories. But, critics of sugar substitutes say that… Continue reading Sugar Substitutes- Do They Cause Health Concerns?
For some, eating healthy can sound like the food budget is going out the window. Nutritious, whole foods that support your body’s function don’t have to break the bank. In fact, if you plan ahead and follow a few basic guidelines, you will find that healthy eating can be quite economic, without lacking flavorful food.… Continue reading Eating Healthy On A Budget