As a holistic nutritionist with cravings just like everyone else, I’ve developed an arsenal of tactics to conquer them. Controlling stress levels, getting seven to nine hours of quality uninterrupted sleep, burst training or even walking, and getting the right nutrients all do wonders to knock the worst sweet-tooth hankering out of the water. Yet even with the best of intentions, sliding into momentary high-sugar-impact bliss becomes all too easy, and the repercussions of tha
our advice to you: get creative! combine different ingredients to add a unique flavor every time. your taste buds will never be bored with these 5 ways of adding flavor to your dishes WITHOUT sugar. 1. Make your own salad dressing. This is a game-changer. Blend 1/3 cup apple cider vinegar, 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard, 1 tablespoon cold pressed extra virgin olive oil and the juice of one lemon. It’s delicious with any blend of greens! Be sure to keep balsamic and apple cid
It’s clear that 2015 will go down as the year of liberal coconut-oil application—and although it’s only January, there are plenty of new healthy food and fitness trends already shaping up to reign in 2016 (RIP acai.) We chatted with 20 wellness insiders, from health-obsessed models and actresses to celebrity trainers and fitness entrepreneurs, to sound off on their predictions for the health trends primed to dominate in 2016. Eastern medicine: “I think people are really begin
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