Another classic case of too many options at the grocery store – am I right?
Hello again, friends! I hope you had a wonderful weekend enjoying the last few weeks of sunshine and warmth and lazy summer days (or not so lazy if you’re like me and working 3 jobs, volunteering, looking for placement sites, etc.) because before we know it September will be here! I’m just thrilled I finished my intense, 4-week microbiology class so now that’s done and dusted, and I’ve just gotta get my transcript over to my school. Now I have some time to draft blog posts and schedule out some ahead of time so when things get a little crazy you’ll still get a post on time.
Or at least that’s my goal. We’ll see how it goes haha.
And now onto the real nitty gritty – all about them protein/granola/snack bars you see decking the health food aisles of the grocery store in the nutrition-halo glory. Continue reading
Taking the knowledge I’ve gained over the past year, plus the knowledge I’ve had from my own interests, what are my top tips for staying healthy?
That’s a fantastic question, and one which, as a Wellness Coach at the Y, I get a lot of. Achieving good health for both the body and the mind is something that is as complex as it is simple. Its complex because there is truly no one bit of advice that is universal for achieving good health. Proper nutrition, exercise, and mental clarity are the general tenants, but they can each be tailored to an individual in addressing that individual’s needs. This is why you, as either a nutrition professional or reader interested in health and nutrition, have to make sure you assess the client or yourself before giving or taking specific advice. This is why doctors and dietitians as well as other medical professionals should work in concert when addressing the growing health problems in both the US and around the world. But this would venture into a different topic which I think I might discuss in another blog post if you’re interested.
Anyways, back to the topic.
Hello everybody! I hope you all had a great weekend. Now it’s back to the daily grind, and boy is this week going to be a busy one. On Friday I have my final Food Science project where we’re creating an entire luncheon party for members of my school’s faculty. It should be a ton of fun, but as with all big projects most of the week is going to be devoted to that amongst other things. Not to mention we only have 3 weeks of classes left!
Anyways, today I thought I’d continue expanding on this little series I inadvertently created when I posted my grocery haul
a couple weeks back. This week we’re talking about how you can still eat well, even when you’re short on time. Aside from money, time is another huge constraint that gets in people’s way of eating healthily.