Make This The Year of Progress

Every new year brings a wave of hope that this year will be the year of more, better or different. However, statistics show most of our resolutions won’t survive past January 15th. In a world of instant gratification, many of us struggle with impatience. We think eating well for a week should magically shed the weight that took us a Continue Reading

Pass The Salt

According to organizations such as the American Heart Association and American Diabetes Association, it is recommended that people with high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes or kidney disease not consume more than 1500 mg of sodium per day. If you are a healthy person? No more than 2300 mg. Salt is a love-hate relationship for many of us. We love Continue Reading

End Your Love Affair With Food

Pizza. Wine. Cheese. Chips. Cookies. Ice cream. Bread. Pasta. These are the good things in life, don’t you agree? Although these foods taste delicious, eating too much of the good stuff sabotages our efforts to feel and look better, not to mention making us feel weak and out of control. So why do we do it? Some of us eat Continue Reading

Simple Healthy Dinner Solution

Is dinner where you fail? After a long day’s work, do you love the convenience of calling in a food order and handing over some money in exchange for a piping hot bag of prepared food with utensils and napkins? Or perhaps you like to celebrate that you survived another hectic day over a glass of wine and comfort food Continue Reading