Comfort foods are a must if you live some place where the seasons change, like I do. I don’t about you, but when the weather gets colder, I stop wanting raw vegetables and smoothies, and instead gravitate towards warm, hearty, dishes. But, I still want these meals to be nourishing and filled with plenty of vegetables and healthy foods to bring me life during the long Winter days!
It can be tough to put an easy meal together after a long workday on your own, let alone when you’re also a busy parent with kids!
Luckily, there are a number of meals that can be made in no time, while still being healthy and nourishing for you and/or your whole family. This lentil curry is not only easy, but it’s quick, tasty, and nutritious.
People say they’re SO ready to go all-in and eat healthier, start exercising, etc. But, before long they’re struggling to meet their goals. So, what happens? How do people actually stick to their goals? These 3 mistakes apply whether it’s a new year, or not!
If you struggle with constipation, which is, unfortunately, more common than you might think, then you’ve probably been given the simple advice: eat more fiber, drink more water, and if that doesn’t work, take laxatives. But, sometimes, it goes much deeper than that.
There are a number of key nutrients to consider when choosing the best prenatal vitamin for you, but first, I want to discuss why it’s important to take a prenatal vitamin in the first place!
Picture this: you decide to start eating better, so you begin choosing more vegetables and tell yourself: no more ice cream! A few weeks go by and you do pretty well sticking to your goal, in fact, you’re feeling so good you’ve also started exercising, and have even lost some weight – you’re motivated! But then…
When my milk came in, about 3-4 days after giving birth, it freaked me out! I knew engorgement was coming, but I didn’t expect it to be….so dramatic, shall we say.