I love food and I love sugar…yes, I said it. But wanting sugar does not have to turn into a dietary misstep or a binge. There are many secrets I'll discuss to fight and prevent sugar cravings. This week I’ll focus on the cheapest and easiest and that is to begin the day with drinking something sour. Drinking something sour seems to immediately decrease hunger which makes it much easier to make better food choices.
Staying on track with healthy eating while traveling helps keep your energy up, your weight stable and creates a “no excuse” attitude, so you don’t have to diet when you get home…you just keep up your healthy routine no matter where you are.
Sustaining healthy eating habits at home can be easy because you have everything you need in your kitchen. But what happens when you travel for work or vacations? Is it possible to stay on track with your goals when you have less control?
Few people like to clean, but when you decide to put your house on the market to sell, cleaning your home means dollars in your pocket. That motivation can make anyone start scrubbing, polishing and cleaning out cupboards with a sense of purpose. A home that appears clean and well-cared for with every surface gleaming is what every buyer hopes for.
Are all your co workers coughing or calling in sick? Have you recently had a viral infection passing from one family member to another? What can you do to support your immune system during the winter when everyone is more vulnerable to infections that knock you down for weeks?
So, it’s dinner time. It’s 29 degrees outside and you usually make a salad for dinner because that always sounds like the healthiest option and keeps you on track with eating veggies. Well a salad doesn’t sound very good when you are cold to the bone and had a 60 minute commute home in the ice and snow. What you really want is something warm and comforting, that fills the hole of hunger and frustration with the weather.