Wellness programs have to be realistic or they won’t be effective. We all need to indulge our sweet tooth from time to time. What wellness programs can teach is how to make some easy substitutions so that the craving is satisfied without calorie and fat overload. One of my passions
Wellness programs often focus primarily of changing food habits. That is certainly the challenge today. Our work and food environments have changed significantly within a single generation. Wellness programs must find manageable ways to help us keep healthy despite the challenges of a sedentary lifestyle and the ready availability of
Wellness programs should focus not only on reducing calories, but also on preventing muscle loss. When we diet we typically lose muscle mass which means that we end up slowing down our metabolism. That makes it harder not to regain the weight we worked so hard to lose.
Wellness programs teach healthier lifestyle habits. But, that does not mean that you go on a deprivation diet. Nor does it mean that you have to give up desserts. Here is a very healthy dessert that can be included in all wellness programs. This recipe makes a nourishing and satisfying