Yes, diet is a HUGE part of
protecting your heart health, but there are also other things that are essential in reducing your risk for
heart disease and mitigating its impacts.
Hey all! Welcome to the second half of my blog on the heart-healthy diet! This week’s blog will focus on other parts of the heart-healthy diet. Remember, a heart-healthy diet is a diet that includes all food groups and all foods in proper portion moderation that is...
Hey all! As you know, it is heart health awareness month, and I wouldn't be a dietitian if I didn’t talk about the heart-healthy diet this month! So here we go…. To summarize and put it simply, a heart-healthy diet is a diet that includes all food groups and all foods...
Have you had an honest check in with yourself or those that are helping to keep you accountable for sustainable progress and a true lifestyle change? Remember, it is totally normal and expected that we will hit roadblocks and barriers to our success along the way. The key is to dust ourselves off and keep moving forward
Did you know that it is not recommended for you to lose more than 1kg per week? Less is definitely better. The slower we lose weight, the more keep it low.
I HOPE you have been asking yourself about the most sustainable approach for a healthier lifestyle overall. I like to say, although it’s okay to have weight loss and better weight management as a goal and or resolution, think of it as a “side effect” of eating nutritious food and engaging in regular physical activity as well as putting in place a variety of self-love and self-care measures.
We always begin the year with so much fire. Making plans and resolutions that often don’t hold. This week, we share our guide on how your resolutions can be successful.
February is heart health awareness month- so, I will be talking ALL about heart disease, how to help prevent and help treat it. This is one of my favourite topics y’all! Whether or not you have heart disease, you can benefit from eating a heart healthy diet.