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    Want to know how to finally stop emotional eating? Follow these four steps to heal your relationship with food and improve your health for good.

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    The Mediterranean Diet is one we hear about quite often from medical professionals. But what exactly does it entail? We’re letting you in on all the details, and everything you need to know about this popular style of eating. In a time when we are calling out and rejecting food trends and diets for their […]

    Mediterranean diet guide from nutrition coaches

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    Want to learn how to stop overeating? Follow these tips to kick the everyday habits that commonly cause people to overeat.

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      It’s no secret that eggs are a fabulous way to start your day. Protein, healthy fats and micronutrients – sign me up! But I’m the first to admit that the same old scramble can grow a little tiresome. So I’ve made it my mission to come up with some fresh, new, and exciting egg […]

    High protein cottage cheese recipe

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      I don’t know about you, but I love a fluffy pancake to start the day. And I’m not talking about the frozen kind my kids eat during the week or the butter and sugar laden ones you get at the diner. No shade to diner pancakes – they will forever have a place in […]

    Hood cottage cheese yogurt for healthy eating

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    As we approach the holidays, though somewhat differently this year than in the past, the festivities should continue! As with any holiday, pre-planning your nutrition and fitness routine will help you stay in control of your holiday health and weight gain. During this time, my suggestion and goal for everyone is finding time to move. […]

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    You may have heard the saying, “breakfast is the most important meal of the day,” but research shows that is not necessarily true. In reality, breakfast eaters are more likely to practice a combination of health-promoting lifestyle behaviors, such as eating more nutrients, fiber, getting more exercise and drinking less alcohol compared with non-breakfast eaters. […]