Add More Activity To Your Day – Preventable Health Series #3

Happy Friday my friends! Preventative Health series is back this week and I want to talk about being active more throughout your day. I want to clarify between being active and exercising first. Being active means not sitting on your butt all day and exercising is doing HIIT, aerobics, spinning, power yoga, workout dvd’s etc. … More Add More Activity To Your Day – Preventable Health Series #3

Food is Fuel – A Simple Tip to Eat Healthier for Life

Happy Friday my friends! I hear a lot of people (friends, family, & clients) say that they want to eat healthier but they don’t know where to start. I know it can be overwhelming and confusing and it’s so much easier to keep eating the things you have been eating all along. BUT…those things you … More Food is Fuel – A Simple Tip to Eat Healthier for Life

How to Create a Healthy Balanced Meal + Two Yummy Recipes

Happy St. Patrick’s Day my healthy friends! This may not be the best day to be sharing some healthy recipes (I know you will be enjoying some St. Patty’s Day libations 🙂 – it’s all about living a healthy balanced life) So, whether or not you will be enjoying some corned beef and cabbage and … More How to Create a Healthy Balanced Meal + Two Yummy Recipes

Organic Vs Conventional and How to Read Organic Labels – Preventable Health Series #2

Happy Friday!! This week in my 52 Healthy Habits group I shared why it’s important to “Choose Organic” foods over conventional foods and the following question was asked: “Here’s my question, with so many marketing ploys out there what distinguishes true organic from marketing gimmicks?” This is a great question and a lengthy answer to really … More Organic Vs Conventional and How to Read Organic Labels – Preventable Health Series #2

Bridge the Nutritional Gap in Your Diet – Preventable Health Series #1

Happy Friday my friends! I was watching the Today Show the other morning and they made a statement that I have always believed and promoted. They said that the biggest expenses in life are from chronic diseases and these chronic diseases are preventable. “84% of overall healthcare spending is spent on PREVENTABLE chronic diseases”  This … More Bridge the Nutritional Gap in Your Diet – Preventable Health Series #1

What to look for in a Quality Protein Bar? + my R.e.d.d. Superfood Bar Review

Happy Friday my friends! Do you eat protein bars? I swear every time I’m on social media I see someone posting about their favorite protein bar or a new protein bar they tried and love. Sales of sports protein bars were $488.7 million in 2015, up about 32% from $371.6 million in 2010. Americans love protein … More What to look for in a Quality Protein Bar? + my R.e.d.d. Superfood Bar Review