You know you should be eating healthy, balanced meals made up of nutrient-packed superfoods. But the foods you aspire to eat don’t always make their way onto your plate. Here’s a handy guide of the five healthy foods you should eat more often – and how to prepare them.
Q: How do you deal with a disappointing race?
Amy Marsh answers:
A: There are two types of athletes: those that have had a bad race and those who will have one. Every athlete has a bad race at some point in his or her career. It happens. Unfortunately, it can be challenging to get over the disappointment. Having some experience with this, I offer these four steps to help you move on from a bad race:
Step 1: Cry, mope around, eat Bon Bons if you need to – but don’t make a habit of it. You invested a lot of time, money and hard work. Understandably, you’re going to be upset. Throw yourself a pity party to help with the healing process, but don’t let it last more than a day or two.
“Abs are made in the kitchen.” This is one of my favorite quotes, because it emphasizes how important proper nutrition and supplementation are to achieving that firm and toned body. But not only is it important to eat right but to eat at the right times. To simplify things, I’ve broken down the when and why of nutrition for optimum fat burning. Read more →
International fitness model, author and motivational speaker Jennifer Nicole Lee discusses the importance of vitamins for the whole family. Even if you have picture-perfect nutrition, it’s still important to supplement, she explains in this video. Read more →
Happy Tuesday Newsday!
By now, we all know that a healthy diet is important. (And if you didn’t know, it is. Trust us.) But why is it that most of us still don’t eat what we’re supposed to — is it laziness? Cost of food? Lack of time? Vitacost.com set out to find the answer in our latest poll.
Are you having the best day ever?
You will be, when you join Taylor Wells tonight for a friendly Facebook chat about yoga, healthy nutrition, motherhood and making the most out of life!
Quote of the day:
“The secret to feeding a healthy family is to love good food, trust yourself, and share that love and trust with your child. When the joy goes out of eating, nutrition suffers.”
- Ellyn Satter
Please read part 1 before you read this.
You read about how yes, even feeding your kids is a practice and a Spiritual one at that. You may buy it. You may not. And it’s all good, my Sisters. I’m only here to disseminate the information and invite you to take what you want, and leave the rest. Always.
But for me to go right into an action-based plan without explaining the Spiritual foundation would be counter to what I teach. I teach how to create the BEST LIFE EVER by utilizing three practices, one of which is freedom around eating.
Hey, I’m writing a blog for Vitacost and love the company and use their products daily, was raw vegan for seven years, and a health nut since I was young, so of course I’m interested in healthy eating for my family. It rocks! But what I learned from our raw vegan adventure is that it don’t matter how perfectly grown and crafted and prepared and balanced a food is, if it’s eaten in an energy of fear or control or restriction, you’d be better off serving a big Mac made and served with love and freedom.
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