Monthly Archives: June 2017

Low-Calorie Dairy-Free Cookbook

All the recipes are dairy-free, 90% of which are gluten-free, and all the desserts are vegan. This is not your typical diet book. You will learn: everything you need to know about nutrition what it’s like living with food allergies the mindset of an anorexic proven techniques to stop over-eating which fat-loss products/treatments work & which […]

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Sit at work; it’s better for you

At my job, I spend the entire time on my butt at the computer. Standing does burn more calories than sitting so I placed my computer screen and keyboard higher, and tried it out. After a week, my back, neck, and feet hurt, so went back to sitting in front of my computer at work, […]

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Clarification on fats: good vs. bad

All fat is not bad, but there are diets that will encourage you to eat high-fat meats, like many on the Paleo or Whole 30 diet. I saw a post on Instagram from a woman who follows a Paleo diet, who wrote that lard is good for you and to eat bacon and cook your […]

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why calories and macros aren’t everything

If I’m eating a certain number of calories and keeping my macronutrients (carbs, protein and fats) in line with what is ideal for me, does it really matter if I eat two cookies and white rice, instead of oatmeal and quinoa if the calories and macros are exactly the same? It turns out that it […]

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is a cheat meal a good thing?

A cheat meal is a high-calorie, high-fat entrée that is eaten once a week, usually on Saturdays. A cheat meal only works for weight loss if you are eating in a calorie deficit all other six days a week. A cheat meal may fail to lower your body fat if you’re adding a dessert, or […]

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