Author Archives: Lorraine Matthews-Antosiewicz

Creamy Avocado Egg Salad

For many people, the Easter season brings with it the tradition of coloring and decorating eggs.   But what do you do with the eggs afterwards – eat them or throw them away?  Aren’t eggs too high in cholesterol?  Questions about … Continue reading

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Stop stress eating with these 3 tips (+ stress busting foods)

Stress is one of the most common causes of overeating and weight gain. Can you relate? Your day gets busy, life feels overwhelming, and you find yourself (without much thought) inhaling some junk food because you think it’s going to … Continue reading

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Irish-style Sweet Potato Nachos recipe

In honor of the holiday, I’ve got a not-so-traditional nachos recipe for you.  This dish features Irish-style baked sweet potatoes with all your favorite nacho toppings.  Different and yet just as irresistible as traditional nachos. Are you wondering if sweet … Continue reading

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Juicing – pros and cons + recipe

I get asked this question all the time.  What do you think of juicing? The short answer – it can play a beneficial role in any healthy eating plan if used properly.  Drinking a nutritious juice every once in a … Continue reading

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Tex-Mex Bean and Chicken Burrito

February is for love and heart health!  It’s American Heart Month. Did you know that heart disease is the number one killer of Americans?  Each year, more than two million heart attacks and strokes take place resulting in 800,000 deaths. … Continue reading

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A Healthy Gut is Essential to a Healthy Weight

Okay, I’m about to throw you a curve ball.  Ready?  It’s possible that the reason you are having such a hard time losing weight is because the bacteria living inside your gut are out of balance. Until recently, it was … Continue reading

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How to make your resolution stick this year

There’s something about the New Year that evokes a renewed optimism when it comes to improved health and weight loss.  It doesn’t seem to matter that we abandoned last year’s resolution a few weeks in; we feel that it’s worth … Continue reading

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A special holiday recipe just for you: Baked Spiced Pears

As we near the end of the holiday season with Hanukkah behind us and Christmas just ahead, I just want to take a moment and thank you for being a loyal subscriber to my e-newsletter and for inspiring me to … Continue reading

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Could lack of sleep be the reason you’re gaining?

Sleep is important for many aspects of health, including your weight.  Studies show that people who don’t get enough sleep tend to gain more weight including unhealthy belly fat. Sleep deprivation causes changes to hormones that regulate hunger and appetite.  … Continue reading

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10 Holiday Eating Tips (+ simple recipe tweaks)

‘Tis the season for parties and celebrations with family and friends. Unfortunately, for many it also becomes a time for overeating and weight gain. According to the National Institutes of Health, holiday eating can result in an extra pound or … Continue reading

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