Nutritionists understand that no one can go through life without eating dessert at least once in a while. And, there is no reason to be that strict with yourself to either get to or maintain a healthy weight. I often make healthier versions of common desserts. The trick is to
Healthy diet programs have to accommodate small treats now and then. As a Certified Nutritionist and Weight Loss Specialist, I always advise my clients not to ban their favorite indulgences. Doing so most often results in binging, followed by a few more days of unhealthy eating. Why Healthy Diet Programs
Healthy eating means small indulgences on a regular basis. Many of us have a sweet tooth and like to indulge in desserts now and then. If you crave cheesecake, respond to the urge before it gets out of control and turns into a sugar binge. With this health eating recipe
Weight loss needs to be sustainable or all the deprivation of dieting is just a waste of time. As a Certified Nutritionist, I advise slow, steady weight loss using behavior change techniques, like those taught by Wellcoaches. Changing eating habits is the only way to keep the weight off in
Weight control is sustainable only when we follow eating plans that allow us to live in the real world. The real world includes desserts, especially at holiday time. There is no reason to shun all sweet treats in the pursuit of weight control. In fact, I often advise my weight
Healthy diet programs often get derailed when the dessert menu arrives at the table or when the Doritos Nacho Cheese Chips call us from the deep recesses of the pantry. Eating healthy doesn’t mean giving up desserts for the rest of your life. And trying to achieve that goal will
Given all the contradictory information in the media about nutrition, it’s no wonder that many people are confused about what is a healthy diet. An all too common approach taken by overweight people who embark on a healthy eating plan to lose weight is to ban all their favorite treats.