Posts Tagged "sugar"

Sweet Tooth?

Sweet Tooth?

If sugar is your downfall, allow me to help. First things first, reduce your sugar consumption in the morning. If you have sugar with your breakfast, you will spike your cravings for the rest of the day. Try to stick to fruit – one with breakfast, one with your mid-morning snack (remember to always “round out” a fruit with something that contains a bit of healthy fat and some protein, to stabilize blood sugar). If you have too much fruit throughout the day, it too can increase your sugar cravings. I try to get my clients to switch to vegetables from lunch onward – and have lots of them! If you are really jonesin’ for a cookie, a chocolate...

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Unwrap a Healthy Body – Top Ten List for Keeping Fit Through the Holidays

Unwrap a Healthy Body – Top Ten List for Keeping Fit Through the Holidays

Now is the time. Trainers, magazines, coaches and dieticians are all posting their top tips for keeping everybody on track through the holidays. Why? Because it’s hard – and because we professionals do not like to see you discouraged come January. Discouragement is the most dangerous feeling in the world of wellness, because it simply spurs a snowball of reckless behaviour and more feelings of UGH. Here are MY tips for getting through this typically gluttonous and hands-in-the-air season: #1 – Know that you don’t WANT to fall off track and feel large, swollen and lethargic. Know that it isn’t worth 3 seconds of taste on your tongue from...

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Whatever Your Heart Desires

Whatever Your Heart Desires

I am a very natural trainer. What I mean is, I work to guide clients to change their root desires. To show them that not only does a healthy lifestyle make you LOOK better, but it makes you FEEL as though you are living the best possible way. And to then want more of that kind of living. I never assign diets. I teach my clients the information they deserve to know about the actions of the foods they are eating. I teach them why we exercise in certain ways, why we let our bodies take the lead, learning from the body first and foremost. Once I provide correct training methods and as much information as I feel a client needs to start with regarding nutrition, I will...

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Well Put, Gwyneth

Well Put, Gwyneth

A note on sugar from Gwyneth Paltrow.  Please read. http://goop.com/?page=newsletter_vn&id=206

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