Okay I know that’s not a word. But I heard someone talk about it on a podcast and then laughed, and then decided to write some nonsense about it. And by adding the -ing it is really confusing, and almost sounds like I’m talking about a shoulder. But basically, I’m talking about that one word
I’ve been done Whole 30 for a week now! I quickly realized however, that my body does not like sugar. I may have gotten into a chocolate bunny or two, some reese peanut butter cups, AND girl guide cookies hiding in my freezer (gluten filled and everything!)
So I realize after being on a clean
And just like that, I am 2/3 of the way finished Whole 30! Honestly it doesn’t even feel like I am on a specific “diet” or have any limitations on my current eating habits. It’s just, life. Someone made a face when I said I couldn’t have any wine at a restaurant and it didn’t
Officially 1/3 through this crazy journey and I feel absolutely amazing. My skin is brighter, my sleep is sounder (when I do fall asleep.. still struggle with adjusting after working night shifts), and my energy is soaring. Along with following a Whole 30 diet, I am also keeping active everyday, whether it be running outside,
Believe it or not, I have never done a Whole 30. I’ve been a paleo advocate for over 5 years, a firm believer in the “80/20” approach, and have never completed a Whole 30.
So why did I decide now to complete one? Firstly, my instructor in my preventative nutrition class was talking about therapeutic diets
I love February. Whether you’re spending this month celebrating your love for a special someone, or simply single like me, it’s a great reason to spoil yourself and pass it off as practicing “self-love”. First up, these gorgeous Tiffany’s glasses that not only give me butterflies everytime I put them on but also provide me
Is it possible to still prep for a goal (or even a competition) without becoming fully engulfed with counting, tracking, and “obsessing” over food? I know how important it is to monitor your intake, because at the end of the day “calories in vs calories out” is really what’s going to be responsible for weight
It’s funny how you can eat healthy, nutritious, nutrient dense foods, get plenty of sleep, and still wind up sick on the couch with loads of herbal tea and a roll of toilet paper because you’ve ran out of Kleenex. To be completely honest, I feel a little stupid walking around with a rudolf nose, itchy
Stress. Thought of to be the most important factors when considering your risk for disease. How do I know this? My textbook says it. And it was a question on my test.. And I nailed it ok? So for now on believe everything I say.
I’m kidding. Listen to what the World Health Organization says and
I had quite an eventful weekend as usual. And by eventful I mean filled with delicious food. Food I didn’t have to stress about or feel guilty about after consuming, food that I thoroughly enjoyed after every bite, and food that I pushed away from me after I felt full. These are simple actions people