For years the public belief was that if you want to lose weight you have to eat less and exercise more. Unfortunately, there are still a lot of people, who try to lose weight this way, and they are not getting the result that they are looking for. The reason that the old myth of eat … Continue reading Reasons behind weight loss resistance- Part I. Overactive Sympathetic Nervous System
By now, you are probably tired of me saying listen to your body and adjust your diet based on your body's needs. You are probably frustrated and asking, how should I listen to my body, and what are you talking about?!! Therefore, I have decided to dedicate this post on the language that your body tends … Continue reading Inflammation in our body and how to address it. Answering questions regarding food-part III
In this week's "answering questions regarding food" series, we are going to talk about lunch. We have been told that we should eat lunch early afternoon, possibly between 12-1pm. One theory suggests that if we leave lunch for later in the day the chances that one would overeat or make an unhealthy choice will increase. … Continue reading Should we eat lunch and what should we eat for lunch? Answering questions regarding food- part II.
Donkey kick is a great exercise for getting a round and firm booty. It is as effective in firming up your glutes as traditional lunges. I have added a crunch in between as well to get extra ab work. You can do basic or move to an advanced version and they are both as effective. The … Continue reading Glute firming exercise/ donkey kicks
As a child, my mom would never let us leave the house without eating breakfast first, Lunch and dinner were musts as well. As an adult, I was told, that breakfast is essential for staying healthy and to help with weight lost, lunch should be something simple like a salad or a sandwich and dinner … Continue reading Should we eat breakfast? Answering questions related to food, part I.
Cacao beans are the seeds of the Theobroma cacao tree, a small evergreen tree grown in Mexico and South America. Cacao beans are roasted and ground to produce cocoa and, after further processing, are the basis of chocolate. When the beans are dried at low temperature, however, they are called raw cacao beans, which can … Continue reading Health benefits of Cocoa, plus a simple and delicious raw cocoa recipe!
When trying to eat healthy, we all know that is best to stick with whole, fresh foods. But when it comes to buying these fresh produce, we get stuck between the labels. What is the difference between Non-GMO, organic, USDA certified organic, etc.? Should I buy everything organic, or can I save some money by purchasing conventional … Continue reading 2017 GMOs, Dirty dozen and clean 15
The good thing being a mom, you don't need any special equipment for working out. You can turn play time into workout time very easily. You just need to be creative, and I can help with that. For this weeks post I am going to share with you, how to do a Core rotation, using … Continue reading Core rotations with a toddler (No equipment needed)
The main cause of most of the diseases, pains, and discomforts in our body is inflammation. Unfortunately the causes of inflammation are all around us and they can overwhelm our body at times. What causes inflammation in our body? Some of the main causes of inflammation are: Stress (physical and emotional) Poor diet Food allergies … Continue reading Bye Bye inflammation- Golden milk recipe
Lately I have been hearing a lot about blood type diet and if it really works, so I decided to take the matters into my own hand and get to the bottom of this diet. Does the blood type diet really work? What is The blood type diet? According to Dr. Peter DÁdamo, author of Eat Right For … Continue reading Blood Type Diet, Does it really work?