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6 Things I’m Loving Right Now

Posted by on Aug 15, 2017 in Elizabeth Loves, Featured, Fun, Health Tips, Healthy Lifestyle, Wellbeing | 0 comments

6 Things I’m Loving Right Now

  I’ve recently discovered a few things (new and old!) that are positively benefitting my own lifestyle and my commitment to greater health and more happiness. So, I thought it would be fun to share. I always love to hear what’s working well for other people, don’t you? And, learning about something new always makes my day. If you guys like this post, let me know! This could be a fun new monthly blog post if it’s helpful for you all. 6 Things I’m Loving Right Now (August 2017) 1. The Four Agreements book by Don Miguel Ruiz  I’m a huge believer in the...

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5 Tips To Master Healthy Home Cooking

Posted by on Oct 6, 2016 in Cooking, Featured, Fun, Health Tips, How-to | 0 comments

5 Tips To Master Healthy Home Cooking

If I could sum up the one most important thing you could start doing today to improve your health and more easily reach your weight loss goals, more easily maintain your ideal weight, and just FEEL better everyday, this would be it: Learn to cook. It’s super simple, beautiful – when you depend on restaurants for most of your meals, you’re at their mercy and whatever it is they put into your food, which is most likely tons of sodium, possibly trans fats and other unhealthy (read: inflammatory) cooking oils, too much sugar, and WAY too large of portion sizes. When you cook at home, you...

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A Day On My Plate

Posted by on Aug 16, 2016 in Featured, Fun, Healthy Lifestyle, Nutrition | 0 comments

A Day On My Plate

    Health coach share! I’ve had a few requests lately from readers who want to know what a typical day looks like for me, as far as what and when I eat. Everyone needs new ideas sometimes, right? If you’re looking for healthy menu inspiration, keep reading. I’m pretty structured with my eating times, eating regularly every 2-3 hours. I am a big fan of eating smaller meals, more frequently throughout the day, and from my experience, most women do better with this kind of eating plan. Eating more frequently helps to keep our energy levels up and helps keep our...

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4 Tips For A Healthier 4th of July Holiday

Posted by on Jun 27, 2016 in Featured, Fun, Healthy Lifestyle, Holiday, Nutrition | 0 comments

4 Tips For A Healthier 4th of July Holiday

    Holidays can make it very hard when it comes to staying on track with clean eating and lifestyle habits. There are tempting dips, cookies, cakes, and other processed food everywhere you turn at holiday parties, and if you add in a few high calorie beverages, you can overdo it in a very short span of time with unhealthy foods, and too many of them as well. Aside from the obvious which is laying on a few extra pounds, there are other things that make it hard on your body when you overdo it with eating and drinking too much. One is the uncomfortable digestive symptoms that...

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Fruity Seasonal Sangria Recipe

Posted by on Mar 30, 2016 in Drinks, Featured, Fun | 0 comments

Fruity Seasonal Sangria Recipe

    I’m going to let you in on a little health coach secret. It’s called the 90/10 Rule, and it’s what I’ve followed personally for the past five years and recommend for my clients as well. The 90/10 Rule helps us to create balance in our lives, and I believe this way of eating is what makes healthy and clean eating a lifestyle that’s maintainable for the long run. What exactly is the 90/10 Rule? It’s when 90% of the time, you strive to eat as cleanly as possible and choose plenty of whole, unprocessed foods and vegetables, proteins, good fats,...

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Candy Corn Fruit Parfaits

Posted by on Oct 22, 2014 in Breakfast, Featured, Fun, Healthy Snacks, Holiday, Recipes, Sweet Treats | 2 comments

Candy Corn Fruit Parfaits

  With Halloween right around the corner, it’s such a challenging time of year to keep kids from going berserk on sugar. If you’re like me, you don’t want your kids to miss out on all the fun and excitement of the season, but you’d like to keep their candy consumption to just Halloween day (or at least the day or two around it!). Now, before you call me the Scrooge of Halloween, let me explain what happens when kids (and adults) eat too much sugar. The excess sugar in the blood causes the body to respond by producing a large amount of insulin, which is a hormone...

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