My initial thoughts about increasing vegetables and decreasing grains were along the lines of: Won’t we be hungry all the time? What will we eat? My kids won’t go for it! But we are learning how to substitute many of our grains for non-starchy vegetables. I’m finding it isn’t complicated after all. Here are some
As a follow-up to our SANE posts, 15-year-old Alia Perry shares her perspective on how she stays motivated to eat healthy foods (even when there are plenty of unhealthy foods available at social gatherings and throughout the holidays).
If you’ve ever counted calories and diligently exercised without seeing results, struggled with body image issues, felt concerned about developing diabetes, or lacked confidence because of the size of your body, you are not alone. And, I might add, you need to listen to this podcast.
I was doing my best. I was counting my calories. And I taught my overweight daughter to do the same. Now, after years of purposely going hungry, we’ve achieved a sustainable, beautiful level of nutrition that we can’t wait to share with YOU.