Intermittent fasting is one of the most controversial topics because technically, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re restricting calories enough to be in a calorie deficit. If you’re meeting your total nutrition needs during the “allowed” hours, then you can technically fuel your body sufficiently. There are, however, several issues that I’d like you to consider…
It’s an economical option that enables me to boost my family’s intake of veggies, lean proteins, and fibrous whole grains. Now it’s time for you to tackle this trend. Here’s my step-by-step approach to guide you towards your own #mealprep-worthy snapshot.
The mirror game. As dancers, we’ve all done it: you’re in a room, surrounded by mirrors, and with others working towards the same performance goals. How can we not compare? Looking at the dancer across the room might motivate us to work harder so, technically, isn’t it a good thing? To better utilize your time in class, I’m breaking down 5 simple steps for you to take to stop the comparison game and instead, use the mirror as your best tool for learning.
Learning how to reconnect with your innate feelings of hunger (and fullness), is an important component to a balanced lifestyle. Though not always practical, especially if you’re recovering from a history of eating disorders or simply navigating a hectic schedule, listening to your body’s mealtime cues is a critical skill. Therefore, let’s discuss 3 ways to reconnect with your innate hunger and fullness.
Amazon is surely the world’s largest online marketplace for books, clothing, and well, food! Since partnering with Whole Foods, Amazon Pantry sells a multitude of options and today, I’m sharing my top 10 favorites. The best part? Each is shelf-stable, making it a convenient option when on-the-go or between rehearsals. Stay fueled and stock your dance bag with these must-haves.
Increasing your intake of foods high in Vitamin C can help support your immune system. To keep you feeling your best, let’s discuss 3 tips for incorporating more Vitamin C into your day.
Food should be fun. Not stressful
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