Posts Tagged ‘Healthier’

Thinner, healthier . . . and younger

Time and time again, people following the Wheat Belly lifestyle report on their wonderful weight loss successes, fitting back into old jeans with smaller waists, thighs, and other measurements, while also enjoying a wide range of health improvements.

But something we have not talked enough about are the AGE-REVERSING changes in appearance, flexibility, and day-to-day performance. Take a look at what happened to Di (photos above):

“It definitely works!! I started in April, have lost 25 kgs [55 pounds] and never felt healthier.”

Ten Habits That Make Me Stronger, Happier and Healthier

I enjoy social media and blogging (obviously.) I love seeing motivational quotes, encouraging verses from the Bible when I open my various apps. I also like to read varying  opinions on things that matter to me like body image, loving yourself, etc. There are so many articles and “life hacks” about how important it is to be […]

Holiday Lites: How to Make Favorite Holiday Recipes Healthier

Earlier this week, I had the opportunity to share tips on creating healthier holiday meals during the Mercy Heart Center’s Holiday Lites program. What a fun event! Many of you who attended this event asked for a copy of my presentation. So, here it is! In it, you’ll find information about: Visual presentation of food […]

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Want To Be Healthier? Read These Nutrition Tips!

Eating right may seem very difficult and boring, but once you know the things about it, it can be an enjoyable way to improve your life. If you don’t know where to start, it is easy to miss the mark completely, by over or under eating, or miss out on key nutrients. These tips will give you moving in the right direction to prevent any pitfalls.

Try to avoid foods that contain saturated fat. This not only includes items made from animal products and meats but also those made with vegetable oil. These have oils that have higher saturated fat than meat does. Saturated fat can cause increased fat levels throughout your body.