Are you tired of second-guessing your eating decisions? Do you want a better relationship with food, but you’re not sure where to begin? You are in luck, because there is a method of eating that can help. It’s called mindful eating, and this blog post will teach you how to start doing it today.
Do you want to eat at home more often, but your kitchen is a mess and it’s making you want to dial a take-out number? Here are a few easy, inexpensive kitchen setup ideas that will get you ready to cook at home in no time.
As a dietitian, I am of the opinion that establishing a meal planning habit is one of the best things we can do for our health. That's because it is so much easier (and less stressful!) to eat healthy when we've planned ahead. Whether you are an avid meal planner or...
Tonight’s dinner was a perfect example of how I modify dinners for different members of my family. My starting-point recipe was this excellent Korean Beef Bulgogi from Damn Delicious. (FYI, this is a great site to visit if you want to learn how to cook Korean food.)...
My blog exists to help women improve their nutrition and health in the most stress-free way possible, using evidence-based (a.k.a. scientifically-backed) information. I 100% believe that all foods can fit in a healthy eating plan, that nutrition can and should be individualized, and that restrictive diets are detrimental in the long run.
Coronavirus has been impacting meat processing plants across the country, and it is likely we will see some meat shortages at the grocery store. This presents us with either an obstacle or an opportunity. It’s an obstacle if you still want to eat a variety of meat with the same frequency as you always have. It’s an opportunity if you want to experiment with meatless protein choices. I personally choose to see it as an opportunity, and I hope that you do as well.
I know that meal planning is kind of nerdy, but it’s something I really enjoy. So today I’m going to talk about establishing a meal planning habit. To keep this post a reasonable length, I’ve decided to split it into two. In this post, I’m going to cover the what, when, where, and why aspects of meal planning. In my next post, I’ll get into the more lengthy how.
I don’t know about you, but this Coronavirus has certainly stretched my creativity when it comes to home cooking. I suddenly have no reservations about putting together a bunch of ingredients that normally wouldn’t share the same meal, let alone the same pan. But you know what? If there is a time to experiment in the kitchen, that time is now. You will make not just a meal, but some memories in the process.