Tag Archives: Healthy Eating Menu

It’s often been said that the right diet plan is the one you will actually follow. All the low-calorie foods and healthy snacks in the world won’t help you if you enjoy splurging on a loaded pizza for dinner and a dish of ice cream for a late-night treat. Still, if you feel you can’t monitor your eating habits well enough on your own to make a difference, you are probably looking through the baffling maze of diet plan options and wondering which plan holds the winning ticket for you. [Read more]

The goal is to find out what your food triggers are, but you may not know what they are right away. One of the main reasons to start recording your food triggers, and emotional eating moments, is to find what is triggering the response that leads you to the food to begin with. You do this by journaling and reviewing what you record. Keep in mind, you don’t have to write in a journal to do this or to track what you are recording. You can use an app that simply lets you record how you are feeling along with the food. Go back and review this and you will start to see a pattern. Maybe it’s someone you see at work, a sign you see, or a certain emotion you keep feeling. Once you see the repetition, you can begin working it out of your routine and cutting down on the triggers. [Read more]

Avocados are extremely high in monounsaturated fat, with the average avocado containing over 75 percent fat. Monounsaturated fats, particularly the oleic acid found in avocado, help to protect the heart and cardiovascular system. Oleic acid also has an anti-inflammatory effect and has even been linked to a reduced risk of developing some types of cancer. [Read more]

What’s the one thing that all people who try and fail to lose weight have in common? It’s that they gave in to a craving. People struggle with weight loss programs over the long term because they do not know how to deal with cravings. However, it’s a skill you can learn. [Read more]

Hormone imbalances, when they occur, usually arise out of a combination of factors, including blood sugar problems, weight problems, stress and high body fat levels. Your lifestyle may affect many of these factors. Making a few simple changes to your life can help your hormones, and take you very far on the road to better health. [Read more]