Tag Archives: EveryDay SugarFree

How I barely escaped my family legacy of obesity

Without a doubt, the cards were stacked against me growing up. My mother and grandmother were morbidly obese, other relatives were overweight, and our eating environment was not what I would call healthy. Meals mostly revolved around white bread with … Continue reading

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Get Cooking –Tips and Recipes for Fast Weeknight Meals

Now, let’s Get Cooking! Here are a few cooking tips and tricks to help you get a tasty meal on the table in no time and feel good about what everyone is eating. 1. Plan Ahead You’ll be more efficient … Continue reading

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What Sugar and Fat Have in Common – and why you should care

Holiday indulgences can result in more than gaining a few extra pounds. Fatty sweet cookies, pies, and candy as well as excess calories and alcohol can lead to a spike in your triglycerides. Why should this concern you? It may … Continue reading

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5 Guilt-Free Holiday Eating Strategies – and a yummy recipe

Are you tired of feeling guilty for indulging in your favorite holiday foods? It’s time for a change. This holiday season, eat the food you want (guilt-free); and do it without packing on the pounds. That’s right! With a few … Continue reading

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