Tagged: meal planning

How to Eat Healthy on a Budget

You really can’t put a price on good health, yet sometimes it feels like an expensive chore to make healthy choices at the grocery store. However, the reality is that there’s no need to break the bank in an effort to eat well. To give you a little help, we’ve created a quick list of […]

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7-Day Meal Plan & Menu

I’ve already had so many wonderful conversations with members of The Wellness & Lifestyle Challenge. I have been very pleased that so many members truly want to eat better and incorporate healthy nutrition into their lives. Nevertheless, many still struggle to plan ahead for their meals. Keep reading for some member questions regarding this exact issue. […]

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What We Can Learn from the Liverpool Soccer Team’s Diet

Rarely do experts say exactly what you need to be eating. Not the case with the popular nutritionist for the Liverpool Soccer Team, Mona Nemmer. Her success with the dietary input of the team has had real results in overall team success. Nemmer runs a team kitchen and requires that players participate in her unique […]

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Stocking Your Kitchen for Quick and Healthy Meals

Most of us don’t want to be spending all day in the kitchen preparing food for our families. Nevertheless, we want homemade meals that taste good and are healthy. In my house it starts with, “what would you like for breakfast?” at which point we begin searching the cereal drawer, the fruit basket, and refrigerator to see if it is […]

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What’s New in the Freezer Section?

Good ideas for freezer entrees that you can just pull out and enjoy can come from your own kitchen, or you can take a look at these new frozen meals available at your local grocery store.

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Holiday Herb Meat Rub

Your plans are made and guests have been invited for your most wonderful holiday meal together! You are all set. Or are you?! You have some family favorites, that is for sure, but what about your main entree? You “kind of know” and truly most meat counters have a great variety of wonderful meats to […]

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It’s OK to Have a Traditional & Somewhat Unhealthy Thanksgiving

As you are making your grocery list and reviewing old recipes and maybe some new, I have a quick tip for you to make Thanksgiving a wonderful day to remember. Even if that does mean preparing a few traditionally unhealthy Thanksgiving recipes that your family loves.

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Pumpkin Energy Bites Recipe

This fall, Elite Sports Clubs fitness intern Taylor Thompson prepared this dish as a quick energy dessert for willing tasters following their workout at various Elite clubs locations. I personally love the great taste and ease of preparation for these Pumpkin Bites, which could be taken to a holiday party without any baking!

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3 Misleading Food Labels You Need to Understand

With the move towards higher quality food items, many of us can be confused about the way our foods are described today on packaging food labels and through advertising. Here’s a few common food labels and what they really mean.

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How to Make Classic Saffron Rice

Many families, including mine, will have classic delicious recipes for their holidays that they can count on being a success for their wonderful, familiar taste. Such is the way for the subtle, but savory taste of Saffron Rice. Nevertheless, you will need to go out of your way to have saffron on hand and to […]

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