From the front door, no, make that the sidewalk— you catch a whiff of the gooey goodness that tantalizes your taste-buds and fills your imagination with all manner of sweet, melt-in-your mouth lusciousness. That is the experience of tasting a Krispy Kreme doughnut if you’re lucky. Some people—my clients included—describe eating these doughnuts not as… Read More
The much, maligned carbohydrate (an essential, macro nutrient) has been touted as the bane of your dietary existence for too long. Not to worry, you can eat your comfort food carbohydrate favorites without the guilt and the dreaded pounds that often come with. Instead of banning pasta, potato chips, ice cream, and those hi-carb foods… Read More
Not many people have perfect six-pack abs (but if you do, good on you!) but having an exceedingly expanded waistline can do more than keep you out of figure-hugging clothes, you could face serious health issues: Your risk increases for high blood pressure and high cholesterol– major factors for heart disease – as well as… Read More
Sure, you may have been warned to stop chewing the fat because it could blow your diet plan and pack on pounds, and you may have thought you’d have to give up chocolate chip cookies and cake for life for the same reason, but wait! I’ve got new information to help you banish the guilt… Read More
It happens to the best of us. One day you look behind you and wonder aloud “who’s that following me back there?” That’s what I said to myself the day I realized that my behind was spreadin’ like rumors! The good news is we can have our curves without the rolls and the strategy is… Read More
The kids are yelling, the boss is calling and if that’s not enough, your can’t find your socks! Oye! From those to more serious problems like being out of work or for some of you, over-worked (and under paid), to fighting off bill collectors who want your home — you’re stressed to the hilt! I… Read More
Abandoning the brown and beige meat and potatoes American style of eating and adopting a meal plan of colorful fruits and vegetables with small amounts of whole grains and lean protein can save your life.