Welcome to our blog, where we offer our insight and advice on common areas of challenge, frequently asked questions, and other health related hot topics. We hope you learn a few key things while you’re here that spark your motivation to lead a healthy and full life. Happy reading!
Hunger is – unfortunately – a normal part of being in a calorie deficit. But you shouldn’t be starving, nor should you be constantly thinking about food or when your next meal is going to be. Considering this, and as we know hunger can be a challenge for many eating in a calorie deficit for weight loss, today we’ll go over a handful of easy-to-implement strategies to help keep hunger to a minimum.
To keep the prep as simple and hassle free as possible, these are the basic steps I recommend taking to prepare meal salads. The most important thing is that you have fun with this meal prep method, while also using it to your advantage to use up the random things in your kitchen that you’ve been hanging onto for a while and aren’t sure what to do with. I love meal salads (and honestly make them at most opportunities!) as they tend to look like they took a good deal of effort, but really require ~20 minutes of kitchen time and little to no cooking. Who doesn't love that?!
Whether spending time with your friends or family - or going it solo - the spring offers a great chance for us to stay busy outdoors, and keep up with our health and fitness goals. Not to mention, the major positive impact taking it outdoor has on our mental health, sleep, and stress levels. The benefits are just too far reaching not to explore.
Consistently practicing good health habits - like the ones covered in this blog - can help stop the spread of germs and prevent you from getting sick.
We understand the temptation to ‘let go’ over the festive season and overindulge in delicious food and fancy beverages... not to mention the desserts! After New Year’s, so many then strive to get ‘back on the wagon’ come January (sadly a resolution that often fizzles out by February/ March...). To close out 2021 and begin 2022, how about we approach things differently?