Choosing the Right Prenatal Vitamins for You
Supplementing your diet with essential nutrients is not only beneficial — in some cases, it can be critical. Whether you’re trying, pregnant or nursing, supplementing your diet can bridge the gap between the nutrients you need and the food that is lacking in them.
Weight Management and Working From Home
While many people around the world are working from home, weight management and proper nutrition may be more challenging. With gyms closed, it is time to get creative with your at home workouts and nutrition to keep your health on track!
Maintaining A Vegan Diet
The vegan diet is becoming more and more popular, and while it can be a healthy way of eating, it is extremely important to make sure those following this diet get the proper balance of nutrients. Take a look at out our tips for following a well-balanced vegan diet!
Eating Out Tips
It is no secret that eating away from home can lead to overeating, extra calories, poor food choices, etc. Download these tips to keep in mind when eating out at different kinds of restaurants.
Be Savvy About Sodium
Download this handout to help manage your salt intake!
The Sweet Truth About SUGAR!
Click here to download my handout to help you manage your sugar intake!
January Health Habits
The month of January comes with the stigma of New Years resolutions. By the second week of January, 25 percent of people dump their resolutions, so it is beneficial to stay away from making resolutions to lose weight or work out more. Instead, start making lasting lifestyle changes that will lead to a healthier you!
Healthy Holiday Guide
The Holidays are the most magical time of year but can also wreak havoc on our health. The Holiday season is meant to be a joyous time of year where we can relax, connect with friends and family, enjoy social gatherings and indulge in some delicious food! With so much going on, it’s important to keep these small tips in mind to enjoy all of the festivities while also taking care of yourself and feeling your best!
How to Enjoy Thanksgiving With Your Health In Mind
Before you pick up your fork and knife this Thanksgiving, consider this fact—the average American consumes 3,000-4,500 calories at their Thanksgiving dinner. YIKES! Use these simple tips below to enjoy a delicious holiday meal without having to loosen your belt.