Adopt strategies for a vegan diet – SouthCoastToday.com
SouthCoastToday.comAdopt strategies for a vegan dietSouthCoastToday.comPlan, even a little. Sharon Palmer, author of “The Plant-Powered Diet” and “Plant-Powered for Life,” says it can be difficult to maintain a vegan diet while traveling, especially in places where you don't speak the language. Be nice, she says. Look at …and more »
It's Time to Stop Cheating on Your Health (fitsugar)
Dietitian Julie Upton, MS, RD, of Appetite For Health puts it best: "You wouldn't cheat on your partner, and you don't cheat on tests, so why would you cheat on something as important as your diet?" Today, there's no cheating. Instead, your mission is to make time to move and eat clean.
When you feel overwhelmed by work, family, or a busy social calendar, it's too easy to skip out on the gym. Learn to plan workouts in advance, so you don't cheat on your healthy goals. And if you're not sure what constitutes a clean and healthy diet, read through the clean-eating rules we swear by. If your regular diet is filled with processed foods, you'll feel a difference after just one day of natural, good-for-you foods.
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