Diets are not sustainable for a number of reasons, but often because they can feel overly restrictive and limiting. When the pendulum swings to one extreme, it often swings back.
Little daily swaps can help you to feel better faster, without also feeling like you are missing out on foods and flavors you love.
Check out these 5 swaps and tips.
Countless research suggests eating a more predominately vegan diet consisting of whole, plant-based foods, can radically improve our overall well-being but the boundaries outlining what actually constitutes as “plant-based” have become quite blurred. 🥦 vs. 🍔
What most of these studies fail to elaborate on is the stark difference between adding vegetables to the diet and reducing animal consumption, versus exchanging animal products for something resembling the former, but made with highly processed “vegan” ingredients.
Actual vegetables, can be a powerhouse of nutrients, containing beneficial properties we do not glean from a traditional steak and potato diet. However, we also don’t get them from a processed vegan diet either.
From “Keto” to “Whole30”, to “gluten-free” and beyond, people gravitate toward certain diets for various reasons— weight loss, low energy, health complications, or even just because it’s trending.
But they are missing one vital component…
Check out this article to get the scoop on the diet hack that can improve your overall well-being.
The average American consumes roughly 12 pounds of chocolate each year, and over $75 billion is spent annually worldwide on chocolate and some of it is just laden with mold, pesticides, processed sugars and garbage. Here are my current favorites for delicious and “healthy” options.
While I love the concept of small, shared plates, I’ve had many a bad tapa experience. Barcelona Wine Bar, however, did not disappoint. The food was exactly what we were looking for.