A Healthy Nest Approach to the New Year
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by Robin
1w ago
Thanks for trying! Be happy and celebrate your healthy habits and wins. The new year is a natural time of reflection. Some people buy into the newness of it all and set goals. By end of January, most people are back to their same old….habits. As I write this on January 13, it’s “Quitter’s Day,” meaning that most people have already given up on their New Year’s resolutions. Kinda sad — and an opportunity to do things differently before much more time passes. The PuzzleWe know that eating your best diet impacts everything. Your energy, your mental clarity and focus, your body inside and out ..read more
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Clean Eating Recipes to Put on Repeat
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by Robin
1w ago
Try these flavorful clean eating lunch recipes. Here’s what I’ve been making on repeat. Enjoy! Kale Salad with Lemon & WalnutsModified From EatingWell This kale salad is SO good and will stay for a few days (it only gets better, really). Serve by itself or with chicken breast. 1 small clove garlic, minced 1/2 tsp salt 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil 2 tbsp lemon juice 1 tsp dried oregano 1/2 tsp freshly ground pepper 10 cups thinly sliced kale (from 1 large bunch) 1/2 cup coarsely chopped toasted walnuts 1/4 cup pitted Kalamata olives, quartered 2 tbsp grated lemon rind 1 tbsp capers Mas ..read more
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Natural Weight Loss Done Right
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by Robin
1w ago
What weight loss and health goals should look like at 40, 50, 60 and 70. Here’s why the Healthy Nest Nutrition Natural Weight Loss Program works at every age. In case you haven’t noticed, weight loss and weight gain changes as we age. Overall, as we age, loss is harder and more complicated. And gain is easier (unless you’re trying to gain… then it’s still hard). As we age, every problem seems to exaggerate. Sometimes because there are more body systems getting involved and generally, because we are more complicated. Women’s Hormone Shifts In our teens and 20’s (and beyond) stress of schoo ..read more
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Find Your Best Personalized Nutrition Diet
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by Robin
1M ago
Interpret what your body is asking for. And then feed it well. I was watching the British Baking Show last night (not so secret indulgence, I really don’t bake, but love to watch). I’ve been rooting for this spunky women with fantastic flavor combinations and mad baking skills for the entire season. Throughout the season, I couldn’t help but notice she struggled with acne on her face and specifically her cheeks. That, to me, means food sensitivity. Something she is eating is causing her breakouts, at least partially. I would have LOVED the opportunity to chat with her about her diet to ID one ..read more
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Meal Prep Like a Pro
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by Robin
2M ago
Stock up on meals for the entire week and avoid feeling the holiday runaround overwhelm. Your Sunday prep mission: Get something in the oven, something on the stove and everything in the fridge. From prep to bake to clean up, spend 1 ½ to 2 hours of kitchen time and build out food for the start of a busy week. Yes, you can! I really try to do a twice weekly meal prep method, which relies on focused time chopping, stirring and cooking, using the kitchen thoroughly for a couple of hours to set my family up for delicious food for days. A couple of meal-prep keys I’ve learned over time: Sit do ..read more
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No Excuses November
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by Robin
3M ago
The Road to Holiday Food Mindfulness Here we are, already in the twilight of 2022. Not sure about you, but it was a quick year and I’m bracing myself for the holidays. So, when my clients reminded me of No Excuses November, which is the notion of committing to a goal to accomplish this month, I decided to stick to my overarching goals of healthful living and to eat lots of veggies and move my body every day. More specific goals always backfire, so it’s best for me to stay general. Just THAT amount of specificity gets me through the holidays with the ability to skip the brownie or chocolate an ..read more
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What’s in Season: Carrots
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by Robin
3M ago
Here’s what we’re cooking this fall. I love everything about fall. I love the leaves changing and falling off the trees, the cravings and smells of soups and stews and the change from light and airy food to more hearty flavors and textures. Here are a couple of carrot recipes that I have been trying, serving, tweaking and loving. Veggie-heavy, low sugar, lots of flavor. I seem to always have carrots, so I might as well enjoy them in lots of tasty ways. Recipe: Carrot Ginger SoupServes 4, Calories 375, Carbs 32g, Fat 28g, Protein 4g From Lisa Bryan This gluten-free, dairy-free vegan recipe i ..read more
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It’s Pumpkin Season!
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by Robin
3M ago
Here’s how to cook with these beautiful, tasty gourds. Did you know that pumpkin is in the same family as cucumbers and melons? Makes sense actually, all three have taken over my backyard garden in years past. And that it is a fruit (because it has seeds). From a nutrition perspective, it is nutrient dense, acting more like a veggie than a fruit. Here’s a quick breakdown: PUMPKINOne cup of pumpkin contains the following: 137 Calories 3g Protein 7g Fat 19g Carbs 7g of Fiber 209% daily value (DV) of Vitamin A 37% DV Vitamin K 28% DV Copper 22% DV Vitamin E 18% DV Iron 13% DV Magnesium 10% DV ..read more
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Listen to Your Body: What is it Saying?
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by Robin
4M ago
Answer weight gain, dry eyes, dry skin, joint pain and other aging issues with food. If you slow down and listen, your body really does talk to you. I had a client ask me last week if there are diet changes that might impact his dry skin. The short answer: Yes, diet impacts skin for sure! Sometimes pesky symptoms people deal with are not covered in session, because we are talking about other wellness issues and goals. Skin issues sometimes fall into that category. Dry skin manifests in lots of ways: dry eyes, bumpy skin around your elbow, arms, legs, face, rashes or redness, dry scalp or dand ..read more
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What’s in Season: Tomatoes are Here
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by Robin
4M ago
Three recipes that scream late-summer and early-fall yummy. It’s tomato season. Let’s get creative and celebrate these anti-inflammatory beauties. Lean into the Mediterranean diet — it’s so simple, delicious and good for us. Gather up the end-of-season farmers market bounty and savor these three tomato recipes. Tomato JamModified from Mark Bittman A little bit fancy as part of an appetizer mezze plate, and yet perfect pizazz for a weeknight dinner. 1½ pounds ripe tomatoes (Roma are best), cored and coarsely chopped ¼ cup maple syrup 2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lime juice 1 tablespoon fre ..read more
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