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Eating Too Much Junk?  It’s Not Your Fault.

Eating Too Much Junk? It’s Not Your Fault.

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He stretched his arms out with great force, toward his goal. He was not going to take no for an answer.  I offered the apple, cheese and blueberries but got a flat rejection. I tried to reason, “No, not for Finn, for Mama. Finn has his own food,” but the explanation only fueled his determination […]

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The Most Important Word for Healthy Weight Loss: Consistency

The Most Important Word for Healthy Weight Loss: Consistency

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It’s not an exciting word or a very exciting concept; however, consistency is perhaps one of the most important words in your weight loss efforts. You may be like I was when I was overweight and find yourself spending a good amount of time thinking about weight loss and planning how you will lose weight.  […]

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Does a Real Food Diet Mean You Have to Love Cooking?

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“I just don’t like cooking,” is often an excuse when people avoid a real food diet and stick with processed foods and quick meals. That phrase turns my head quickly, and my shock factor kicks in. “You don’t like cooking?” the voice in my head cries. When I analyze my own time in the kitchen, […]

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When Kids Eat Like Grownups, Everyone Wins

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I think kids should watch different movies than adults. I know they should have different bedtimes. And they definitely should have different responsibilities (paying bills as an 8-year-old? No thank you!). However, I don’t think they should eat different meals. Kid Food, Adult Food? Kids’ menus at restaurants drive me crazy. I know they’re speaking […]

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Healthy Food to Eat at Lunch: a 7-day Summertime Challenge

Healthy Food to Eat at Lunch: a 7-day Summertime Challenge

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If you hear a strange noise on the first Sunday evening after school gets out for the summer, it’s me. Cheering. Maybe jumping up and down. All because I won’t have to pack a lunch five times that week. And realistically, I often do most of the packing in the morning, but I know I […]

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