Category Archives: Holidays

Do you tend to blow it on the weekends?

The unofficial start to summer is finally here!  Memorial Day Weekend is the first of many weekends ahead filled with outdoor parties and summer BBQs.  It’s the perfect season to GET HEALTHY! Don’t let the summer weekends ruin your healthy … Continue reading

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Whole grain salads for your Easter table

Cut out carbs!  Carbs will make you fat!  If you want to lose weight, don’t eat carbs! Sound familiar? This dieting rule has been around forever and I’ve heard it many times from my clients.  Truth be told, carbohydrate is … Continue reading

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Are you a speed eater? Tips to help you slow down (+Shamrock Shake recipe)

You don’t have to be Irish to enjoy a delicious healthy green smoothie (a.k.a. Shamrock Shake).  The recipe is down below but first, let’s talks about how quickly you’re eating. Do you find that you eat faster than everyone else … Continue reading

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Chocolate without the guilt (5 indulgent recipes you can make today)

It’s that time of year again.  Those big heart-shaped boxes of chocolates are everywhere. I’m sure you’ve heard that chocolate isn’t as bad for you as once believed.  Chocolate has gotten a lot of media coverage in recent years because it’s … Continue reading

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Super Bowl game plan + tasty taco recipe

Will you be watching the big game tomorrow as The Eagles take on The Patriots?  I know I will! The Super Bowl is an unofficial American holiday that is celebrated with lots of food and drink. It can be so … Continue reading

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Do This One Thing and Avoid Overeating on Thanksgiving (+ holiday recipe)

With Thanksgiving happening this week, there’s been a lot of food talk going on around my office lately.  Clients are scheduling last-minute strategy sessions for tips on how they can avoid overindulging and stay on track with their healthy eating … Continue reading

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Countdown to Thanksgiving: 5 tips to keep you feeling well (+ holiday dessert recipe)

Thanksgiving is meant to be just that – a day to give thanks – but a lot of people find this time year incredibly stressful. There are worries about family dynamics, meal preparation, and overeating that can turn the day … Continue reading

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Happy Mother’s Day! A special gift just for you…

I want to acknowledge and honor all the women out there who are mothers, grandmothers, pet mothers, and God mothers for all the amazing work you do to nurture your families. It takes a lot of courage, effort, time, and … Continue reading

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Think outside the jelly bean and give a personalized Easter basket

Did you know that Easter is the second biggest candy holiday in the United States? According to the National Confectioners Association (NCA), over 120 million pounds of Easter candy is purchased each year. This includes 16 billion jelly beans, 90 … Continue reading

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St. Patrick’s Day Green Smoothie Recipe

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! You don’t have to be Irish to enjoy a delicious green smoothie (a.k.a. Shamrock Shake) today. This one is packed with immune-boosting ingredients like spinach, pear, and ginger; and no added sugar. Click here for the … Continue reading

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