Monthly Archives: December 2016

5 Resolution Success Strategies You Need to Make!

5 Resolution Success Strategies You Need to Make!

The New Year inspires us with the possibility of a new beginning, improving our life, bettering ourselves. Optimistically, we start the year with resolutions to make changes that we believe will make us happier, only to find that our will power is limited, and ultimately most of us fail. It does not have to be ... Read More
 
Q&A With Dietitian, Cheyenne Richards

Q&A With Dietitian, Cheyenne Richards

1.) What is your favorite exercise that you use most frequently to  counsel your clients, and why?  Walking. Walking is totally underrated (although new tools and apps such as Fitbit are giving walking some true credibility). Walking provides many of the same benefits of other types of activity (e.g., burns calories, increases blood flow, enhances mood). It’s ... Read More
 
Holiday Recipes

Holiday Recipes

Dietitians celebrate the holidays with the best of them. This includes enjoying traditional and delicious holiday foods. However, we are equipped with tools that innately make healthy choices a bit easier during a season that seems filled with endless temptation. Oftentimes we think in terms of what we can have or add to our repertoire of recipes. ... Read More
 
5 Tips for Keeping Holiday Cheer Cheerful!

5 Tips for Keeping Holiday Cheer Cheerful!

You can fully enjoy the holidays…and not gain even a pesky ounce! Tis the season! And along with the trees and lights and parties are everyone’s favorite seasonal foods. Let’s face it: food defines the season; it is part of what makes the holidays special. Someone in my family had better make Aunt Rene’s Christmas ... Read More