When it comes to goal setting a lot of you will be familiar with the acronym SMART. It stands for Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic & Time-bound. Essentially what this means is that in considering your goals, you should be precise
If you’ve stumbled across this post, chances are you’re
questioning your eating habits or someone else’s. Whatever yours or your
friend’s behaviors are, you’re concerned that they’re not
If you’ve read our article 10 tips for cutting calories while eating out, or watched any of the Own Your Eating videos, you’ll know that when you’re eating out or on the road, finding foods with carbohydrates and fat is a piece of cake (literally)! As we embark on our Nutrition Seminar Tour of the States, we thought we’d make your lives and our lives easier by starting a list of high-protein meals from popular chain restaurants. All of these meals are less than 700 calories. If you have any suggestions you’d like to see added to this list please comment below. We’ll continue to update this list as we eat our way around the country!
We get asked this question all the time, “How do I track my mom’s lasagna, or my favorite oatmeal cookie recipe?” Well My Fitness Pal actually makes it pretty straight-forward and user friendly. But we know that like most technology out there, it’s so much simpler once someone shows you how to do it first! So, if you’re not already using the recipe importer feature, you’ll want to watch these quick tutorials and learn how to enjoy all your home cooked favorites and still keep track!
Intermittent Fasting (IF) may sound complex but this nutrition strategy is actually quite simple. In a nutshell, it involves following an eating pattern that cycles between feeding and fasting.
We have an all new FREE ebook coming out next week on Intermittent Fasting, but we start to dive into this concept and way of eating on today’s show.
Avril Lavigne said it best, “Why d’you have to go and make things so complicated?” Being successful at anything in this world requires to key components. Simplicity and consistency. Whatever it is you’re trying to achieve, break it down into it’s most simplest components and then repeatedly do those things. With this model, here’s our thoughts on how to achieve flexible eating success.
There are many documentaries and reports out there suggesting that going meatless just once a week can bring some amazing benefits to your health and the health of our planet’s resources.
Have you ever failed on a diet? No? Well, I’m not gonna lie but we probably won’t be friends! If you’re not making mistakes in this life then you’re simply not living.