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Healthy Lifestyle Nutrition Demo Sponsored by Cub Foods

Join me every month as I will be doing a live Free Nutrition Demo at Cub Inver Grove Heights ~~Cahill Location, along with drawings, giveaways, recipes, and health resources. 

See you Sunday, May 27th Memorial Day Weekend 11am-3pm- Sponsored by Cub Foods.

Stop in & say Hi- Try the latest healthy treats…. Who says dessert can’t taste good & still be healthy…. I look for the most creative ways to enjoy food and continue the healthiest journey.

 

Celebrate West St Paul MN Days

Join us for a fun filled eventful weekend  @HarmonPark @WestStPaulDays

Let’s celebrate West St. Paul Days as I will have a nutrition demo/booth with drawings, giveaways, and lots of health resources! Definitely an event you don’t want to miss…. DJ, Fireworks and so much more.

Are you ready to focus on your health and achieve the life you always wanted? The time is now to take action to feel vibrant, and gain energy while tossing stress to the curb! We show you how to find yourself again but by focusing on making a commitment to change for good.

http://www.celebrateweststpaul.org/

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The Principles of Intuitive Eating

We’ve talked about intuitive eating in the past (check out our hunger scale!) but never fully dove into all 10 principles — until now. Intuitive Eating was coined by Evelyn Tribole, MS, RD, and Elyse Resch, MS, RDN, CEDRD, Fiaedp, FADA, FAND, after their clients expressed concerns about the diet plans they had been given in the past. Eager to learn more about how we instinctively eat and to improve their clients’ relationship with food, the founders developed and began teaching 10 principles for intuitive eating.

Hopefully these 10 principles make intuitive eating a little less mysterious and a little more practical. These principles can help improve your relationship with food so you spend less time thinking about eating and more time engaging in meaningful life experiences.

This blog post includes contributions from Liz Sanders, MPH, RD.

 

https://www.foodinsight.org/10-principles-of-intuitive-eating

21 ways to eat your water

WATER! Water water water! It’s good for you. I hate drinking it but I need to, as I’m always dehydrated. Plus it helps with a million other things besides preventing headaches.

If you’re like me, you struggle with constantly drinking water. So I have to get creative with finding ways to consume it. You can flavor your water with fruit, drink fresh juice or… You can eat it! Here is a nice little picture that shows you some water rich foods to help with hydration.

http://newlifestyleofanoldcouchpotato.blogspot.com/2014/06/let-talk-about-water.html?m=1

Do we really have to be a scientist to figure out nutrition labels?

First, figure out how much food was analyzed by the folks who prepared the nutrition label. Serving size clearly describes this set amount of food. Of course, most packages contain more than one serving, and “Servings Per Container” refers to the number of single servings in the entire package. For example, the following label reports that a serving size is ½ cup and there are four servings per container. Therefore, there must be 2 full cups in the entire package because ½ cup × 4 = 2 cups.

Do you eat the amount of food defined as one serving? Remember, fat and calorie measurements on the label are for a single serving size only. And we know it’s easy to eat more than one measly serving. Here’s a perfect example of the difference between serving size and the actual servings eaten: one serving of ice cream (½ cup) has approximately 12 grams of fat. Most of the people I know can easily eat 1 cup in a sitting, and you know what that means. When you double the serving size, you double everything: the calories, protein grams, carbohydrate grams, and, of course, the fat grams. Pay close attention to the amount per serving. If you go over (or under) on servings, keep that in mind when reading the remaining information.

 

 

 

 

 

https://www.familyeducation.com/life/food-labels/how-decode-nutritional-labels?page=2