If you're anything like us, you look forward to Thanksgiving leftovers almost as much as the meal itself. Who doesn't love to savor those fall flavors a few more times? We've put together the quick recipe for our favorite leftover - the day after sandwich.
It’s not easy. “Eating healthy” and “holidays” don’t necessarily gel well-- even in sentence form. However, in order to continue to live your best life throughout the other 10 months of the upcoming year, it is necessary that you find a way to make it make sense.
Temptations are around every corner, and holiday events and travel override daily routines. So how do you maintain a reasonable, healthy eating plan when everyone around you is bingeing? Here are a few tips that can help you avoid the holiday trap and stay focused.
For many people, the holiday season offers up the opportunity to replace the rigorous grind of everyday life and routine with gorging on the bountiful happiness and joy provided by family, friends, and yes, food! The challenge of healthy eating and maintaining exercise habits are exacerbated even more for those who travel during the season. With Thanksgiving being the busiest time of the year to travel, you may find yourself in a crunch over how to resist substituting your usual snack of carrots with delicious carrot cake.
Travelers with a relaxed mindset during the months of November and December tend to gain weight and feel unhealthy when they return home. However, your diet and exercise routines don’t have to suffer; many of your healthy habits at home are portable and can (and should) go where you go. Below are some tips to maintain a healthy lifestyle while traveling during this holiday season.
Looking for a delicious side dish to add to your holiday table? Look no further. Chef Patrick has shared his recipe so you can make this easy dish at home.
Looking for a healthy, delicious dinner that you can cook in 30 minutes or less? Chef Patrick has shared his recipe for Keto Korean Beef below.
By now, you have probably concluded that there is no perfect diet that fits everyone. The same can be said about the paleo diet. What is the paleo diet? Put simply, the paleo diet replaces modern food loaded with sugars, fats, and processed products with healthy proteins, fruits and vegetables loaded with naturally-derived vitamins, minerals and fiber.
Healthy skin is a hot topic these days. From creams and facials to nightly routines and medspas, the quest for achieving beautiful, supple skin has never been more voracious. While aestheticians clamor to fill up their calendars with your hard-earned money, there are very few who will tell you that great skins starts within, and what you eat impacts your skin more than what you put on it.
The word, “diet”, offers a range of gut reactions (pun intended), depending on who you ask. While it is a derivative from the Greek word “diaita,” which means “way of life”, for most people, it means following a restrictive food plan to lose or manage weight. This skewed perception may account for why a large portion of the world’s population’s relationship to food is complicated and has undergone many mutations.
Mindfulness is the ability and the practice of becoming and remaining fully present to our lives in every moment. It's mindfulness which allows us to break habits and make healthy changes for a more present and attentive life. Increasingly, this idea of mindfulness has been championed by nutrition experts to transform the way our mind relates to food.
Whether you’re trying to lose weight, train for a marathon or maintain a well-balanced healthy diet, you should consider counting your macronutrients – a.k.a. “macros.”