What are the best diets for women over 50 years old? As a Certified Nutritionist, this is a question I frequently get from my baby boomer clients. For my weight loss clients, the question of how to get the weight off and keep it off is an integral part of the inquiry.
How to stop being eating? It’s a very common question that I get asked by clients as a Certified Nutritionist. Binge eating is something almost everyone does at least occasionally. But how to stop binge eating if it’s totally out of control ?
Looking for healthy crunchy salty snacks? If you are a habitual chip and cheese and cracker muncher you’ve probably noticed that the calories can add up fast. It is easy to make what should be just a snack into an entire meal.
Should I eat breakfast? is a common question a Certified Nutritionist like me hears frequently. In my opinion, there is no right or wrong answer to the question about eating immediately or waiting until late morning to eat. To date any person familiar with the research would have to conclude
Healthy eating habits must include a weekly meal plan, at least until your develop routine habits. Weight loss clients who I coach are required to do a meal plan for the week so there’s a plan in place before the craziness of the workweek takes over. Typically, the best time
Eating a healthy diet can ease depression. Not surprisingly, eating an unhealthy diet can increase your chances of depression. This is yet more evidence that “food is medicine.” Eating a Healthy Diet Improves Your Mental Health Depression has many origins: it is genetic, triggered by a specific event, certain circumstances
Personalized diets may be on the horizon. The U.S. federal dietary guidelines are based on the idea that there is a single approach that works for everyone who wants to lose weight. Many Certified Nutritionists and Registered Dietitians have begun to question this dogma. In fact, genetic analysis testing is being offered