Think about a day in the last week when you were most productive. Now ask yourself, what did you have to eat for breakfast and lunch that day?… Read more »
Keeping up with your fitness goals is easy when you open your eyes to all the possibilities around you in your day-to-day life. Take chores, for example. Getting your elbow grease flowing is a great way to burn some calories while enjoying the satisfaction of knocking tasks off your to-do list. I especially love this workout because my partner’s love language just happens to be acts of … Read more »
It’s Friday, you’ve clocked out of work and you’re heading home with a pep in in your step when suddenly you realize, you’re having guests over and you forgot about the appetizers! What are you going to do? Well, you’re not going to panic because you’ve got your freezer stocked with Luvo frozen meals. And that means you’re just steps away from delicious, nourishing apps for your guests! Lucky you!
My biggest fear when traveling is eating a bad meal or, even worse, eating at an overpriced, touristy restaurant. To me, food is one of the best ways to experience a new country, city and culture. My goal is always to find the hidden local restaurants, coffee shops or bars, anything off the beaten path. I want to… Read more »
The next episode will start playing in 5 seconds. Hurry – grab your next snack before the next episode starts.
We’ve all been there – “accidentally” spending countless number of hours watching our favorite series. Binge-watching Netflix is a serious thing. It takes commitment, skill, and snacks… a lot of snacks.… Read more »
When people ask me, as a dietitian, about how to improve their health with nutrition, it’s almost always about the little things. Is gluten bad? How much sugar is too much? Is coconut oil okay to eat? What supplements should I take?… Read more »
We all know that we need to get our vitamins, but why exactly are they so important? Vitamins are substances that your body needs to function properly, usually in pretty small amounts. Most vitamins can’t be made in our body, so we have to get them from food. The one exception? Vitamin D. Unlike other vitamins, our body can make vitamin … Read more »