Here are a few links to help inspire healthier living. Amazon Affiliate Links are included in this post. Thanks for your support.
9 Store bought salad dressings dietitians use. I have never actually used any of these but there are a couple I will add to my list. I prefer to make a super simple oil and vinegar at home. Get details in this post. I think I will try a couple options from that list.
Soap Nuts: A Natural DIY Option for your Laundry. I have used soap nuts for several years now. I find them as effective as the All Free and Clear I was using before at a fraction of the cost. I love that these are all natural and easily available on Amazon.
Why Relationships Are More Important to Your Health Than Diet. "American put so much thought, stress, and expectations around food that we are missing the whole point." Eating nutrient dense foods is important and so is enjoying food and people. I am reading through The Turquoise Table by Kristin Schell right now and she address this same issue.
Lots of talk about the Ketogenic Diet right now, especially for weight loss. I like this review from another RD summarizing the evidence.
While I advocate quality of food over calorie counting, calories are still a factor. Check out this post from a fellow dietitian who learned the hard way.
What has been inspiring you lately? Let me know in the comments below.
Health really does happen at home,
Cranberry and Cream Cheese Crackers Recipe. A delicious and quick snack.
A review on the new 100 Days of Real Food on a Budget Cookbook!
Our family’s August meal plan - what’s left of it. With recipe and new book links
A simple grilled pork and plum kabab recipe!
Some links on ketogenic diet, soap nuts, relationships for optimal health, salad dressings and whether calories matter to inspire healthier living.
Our June meal plan with recipe links plus a quick update on why things have been quiet around here.
Links on weight loss, nutrition, sugar cravings and a curry recipe to inspire healthier living
A simple banana bread recipe sure to become a family favorite.
Our February meal plan with recipe links.