I wasn't sure how helpful yesterday's post would be, but it looks like it was a hit! I'm so glad to see that I can help others who are similarly commitment-phobic in the kitchen. Did I mention that I'm terrible at baking? Just being honest, here. That said, sometimes I have good days. The benevolent … Continue reading More Recipes for People Who Hate Recipes
When I was 17, my parents thought I might starve or live off of Eggo waffles for the duration of college. I tried to cook a pork chop that year, and ended up with a creole hockey puck. I'm no chef! But, I have been cooking nutrient-dense meals for myself for some time, and I've … Continue reading Recipes for Other People Who Hate Recipes
I recently engaged in a discussion (okay, maybe a debate) about low-carbohydrate diets as a tool for weight loss in recreational exercisers (that refers to people who exercise without training for a competition, which sets them apart from athletes, technically). I’ve posted before that diets don’t work, so I’m not a proponent of low-carbohydrate ‘diets’, especially … Continue reading Know Your Clients–Inside and Out! Lesson #2 from Nutrition for Sports, Exercise & Weight Management with Nancy Clark, MS RD CSSD and Dr. John Ivy, Professor Emeritus
Imagine this scenario for a moment: You are meeting a friend for coffee. As she walks through the door, you notice that she looks a bit forlorn. She sits across from you, exhales deeply, and slumps forward with a frown. "Are you feeling okay?" you ask. "You're looking a bit fat, today." Wait...what? That's terrible, right? … Continue reading “Fat is Not a Feeling”: Lesson #1 from Nutrition for Sports, Exercise & Weight Management with Nancy Clark, MS RD CSSD and Dr. John Ivy, Professor Emeritus
Are you frustrated by all of the conflicting nutrition advice on the internet, TV, and in magazines?