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Healthy Eating

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Are Carbs Bad? A Dietitian Explains.

Are Carbs Bad? A Dietitian Explains

Are Carbs Bad?  A Dietitian Explains. Are carbs bad? This is a question I get on a regular basis. Or rather, an opinion I get on a regular basis. Served up right alongside guilt - a feeling ALL my readers know should NEVER be associated with food. Ever, ever. I was SO excited when Andrea D'Ambrosio of Dietetic Directions so kindly offered to guest blog for me - because she had written a super sassy, evidence-based piece of literary genius on the matter. Andrea is a dietitian from Ontario, who I happened to connect with over social media. We share a ton of similar interests, including encouraging people to LOVE and appreciate food. Seeing as she is Italian, carbs are a main-staple of her upbringing, and well, so...

How To Eat Healthy While Travelling

How to Eat Healthy While Travelling

I’ll admit. I’ve been putting off blogging for a while. And the longer I put it off, the more pressure I felt to produce something wonderful for you. Today marks 1 month from my last blog post – a far departure of my goal to blog every two weeks. So, to get myself out of a rut, I’m going to blog about something comfortable to me. Feeling a bit of writer’s block, a lack of inspiration, I asked my husband what he wanted to know about. And you know what? He had a great answer. How do I eat healthy while travelling? Such a great question, one I frequently get with my low-fodmappers, and those working towards weight management. In this post, I’m going to address the...

Reduce kitchen Time

3 Simple Strategies to Cut Your Kitchen Time in Half

We all lead busy lives. Our work demands have increased over the years, along with longer commute time, and the unfortunate expectation that because we have cell phones, we are expected to be available around the clock. Plugged in. Always on.

Many people equate lack of time to do food prep with being pigeonholed into making poor food choices. But it DOESN’T have to be that way! You can easily whip up something in 30 minutes flat, make enough for leftovers, and avoid food prep the following evening!