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After a very tumultuous childhood, Susie Moore stumbled across a book in a secondhand store, and it changed her life. This book heard her. It understood her. It gave her support, ideas, and endless encouragement for years.
The author became her mentor, my inner coach, and my closest friend. After now having read over 500 self-help books, here's the top five takeaways.
If you were asked to go a day without your smartphone, do you think you could do it easily? Researchers who have asked participants to go without their phones for various periods of time have found that breaking the technology habit, even for a relatively short interval, can be exceedingly difficult. Walk into any public venue and you will probably find people using their phones for a variety of purposes, from conducting business calls to checking their email to updating their Twitter.
Our phones have become an inextricable part of our lives. But does this reliance on smart phones have any impact on our brains?
March is National Nutrition Month with the theme Put Your Best Fork Forward. When I go to write about eating a quality diet I always come back to mindset. Why not choose a mindset that makes eating well not only easier but more rewarding and effective? The good news is research gives us many clues of optimal ways to perceive food that makes our families healthier and happier.
So here are 6 top pieces of nutrition advice that will help you and your family Put Your Best Fork Forward.
It seems like every time you turn around there’s a new diet trend demanding you become a devotee in order to stay healthy. With all the high-fat this and dairy-free that out there, the world of healthy eating can seem totally confusing.
Luckily, distinguishing the best advice from the bulls**t just got a lot easier. We asked top nutrition experts for the worst diet tips they’ve ever heard—and what we should be doing instead.
Many people get the urge to eat unhealthy foods, especially when they’re on a diet.
In fact, it’s thought that around 50% of people regularly experience food cravings, which can derail their attempts to eat healthy (1).
However, some healthy foods feel quite indulgent. This article details 18 healthy foods that can satisfy your urge to eat without sabotaging your diet (2).
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