How to eat healthy at work?
Do you work in a busy work environments. Do you find yourself short on time constantly juggling priorities.
Is it undermining your ability to eat healthy? Are you feeling the effects – poor concentration, lacking energy, low motivation?
To help you stay on track, here are 8 key tips for sustaining healthy eating when you are at work.
Refresh & Spring Clean your Health.
Spring is about renewal, about new beginnings.
It makes it the perfect time to refresh your health.
Common food myths.
Yes, food and nutrition myths do exist. How they come about I am not always sure.
What I know, is that once they can get deeply embedded into people’s beliefs, so naturally they are thought to be fact.
Let’s review some of the more common one’s I come across.
Great food swaps.
We are so often told not to eat a food, however we are not often told what to replace it with.
Here is some practical based guidance on 3 categories of food swaps you can try.
Mindful eating …
What is mindful eating?
The word mindful eating has become commonplace. But what does it actually mean?
Here is my definition.
Veggie meal ideas. Want to increase your veggie intake. Great.
Here are some ideas to get you started.
10 reasons to support Meat Free Week.
I am a nutritionist and a health and I am a meat eater. So why do I support Meat Free Week?
Should you take a daily probiotic?
A good question. And a commonly asked question.
From what you read and hear you could assume that probiotics are the answer to all your health ills?
Just pop a pill and all will be right with your health? Is the path to good health that easy?
Read on to find out the answer.
Simple diet / eating plan tips.
Eat this, no eat that, drink this, no drink that, do this, no do that. The information keeps coming.
Feeling confused? There is a lot of advice out there. I encourage you to keep it simple.
Read on for a list of 20 simple diet / eating plan tips.
Counting calories, does it work?
For many the word weight loss is synonymous with calorie or kilojoule counting.
For some weight loss is about measuring and monitoring each morsel of food that goes into their mouth.
Does this work? Does being vigilant on calories / kJ give you the focus you need to shed the kilo’s or manage your weight?