Coffee and the effects

Did you know that 40 billion dollars a year is spent on coffee? The average American that drinks coffee consumes three, 9 ounce cups/day! We all love the lift our morning cup of coffee gives us, but we forget the principle that what goes up must come down. This is no different for the physical Read more about Coffee and the effects[…]

Learning to eat better

1) Calories in versus calories out is not always the best method to determine the best way to maintain weight. Most people think if they eat fewer calories and exercise more they will lose/maintain their weight. Poor food choices will stimulate insulin regardless of the amount of calories ingested and your body will suffer in Read more about Learning to eat better[…]

Emotional eating/Overeating

EMOTIONAL EATING: Emotional eating can take place when blood sugar is fluctuating or our thoughts stimulate a desire to eat. Watching TV or certain aromas can make us desire to eat when our body is not actually hungry. Typically the food we choose to eat is not a healthy choice. Example: Chips, pretzels, cookies, sugar, Read more about Emotional eating/Overeating[…]

Helpful Hints

1) Essential fatty acids- these can’t be made by body so you need to find them in food or take a supplement. These are important in regulating blood clotting, regulating blood pressure, helps in immune system by controlling inflammation and fighting infections. You can get them from sunflower oil/safflower oil/Brazil nuts. (These contain Omega 6 Read more about Helpful Hints[…]

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