Since we cannot control or prevent all instances of criticism, it helps to equip yourself with the tools to educate and set boundaries as needed. But how? The first step is to decide if it’s worth the energy to educate others about your lifestyle decisions.
Exercise is often a natural part of my clients’ lives. Whether it’s a class, a rehearsal, a walk (or all of the above), we’re accustomed to higher levels of physical activity. Rest on the other hand, is another story.
For some, this time of year means haunted houses, spooky movies, and fun costumes. For others who struggle with food and body image, however, October is often the start of a stressful few months. I’m sharing my top 3 tips that you can implement to build confidence during this time, rather than fear.
Rather than focusing on superfoods, let’s look at a few favorite bites that dancers can incorporate into their daily meals plans. To do this, I’m sharing my Rule of the 3 R’s.
Despite this reputation, potatoes offer an impressive nutritional resume. Potatoes pack a multitude of vitamins and minerals including phosphorus, potassium, vitamin C, and B vitamins. Another benefit and perhaps the most appealing when compared to other starches are potatoes’ content of resistant starch. Resistant starch is a specific type of fiber found only in certain plant foods like legumes and grains.
In regards to Intuitive Eating, which encompasses a non-diet approach to food, I hear a misconception lingering around social media. My urge to address this stems from my hope to stop the fear mongering that is lurking around this non-diet approach to living.
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