When it comes to meal prep, I often talk about balance. I stress the importance of combining each macronutrient including carbohydrates, protein, and fat. These hold several responsibilities in the body and when incorporated together into a balanced meal, they come together to enhance energy, promote satisfaction, and keep us full for longer. But let’s discuss another team player that is often left sitting on the bench: taste. Amongst the chatter in the health and wellness world, we often prioritize…
What does a dancer’s diet look like? To best address the role of nutrition in a dancer’s diet, let’s look at the most common questions that I receive as a dance nutritionist.
Society often views emotional eating negatively. A healthy relationship with food means that we honor personal preferences that often stem from emotionally pleasant memories and experiences.
How do we measure a healthy body weight? Body weight, as a measured number, encompasses a spectrum of components of body composition.
Summer intensives offer an incredible opportunity for dancers. Food is the body’s fuel. Without enough fuel, a dancer risks low energy, inability to concentrate, injury, and burnout.
Did you know that stress and anxiety pose negative health implications on both our body and our mind?
Food shopping should be fun. Not stressful
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