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New-trition Goals for the New Year: Goal #4


Wow.  January is, like, over. Done. Bye Bye! One Bombcyclone, several below 10 degree days, a few podcast episodes in the can, and many nights of staying in to Netflix ‘N Chill with Mr E helped pass the cold days. For the final addition in my NEW-trition Goals for the New Year series, I wanted to address something that is definitely becoming as much of a food trend as it is a health and environmental matter. As I wrote about in my FNCE recap, plant-based protein is where it’s at this year. So, without further ado, I present to you NEW-trition Goal for the New Year #4: LEAN OUT THE MEAT

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New-trition Goals for the New Year: Goal #3


Oh mid-January. That time of year where the magic of the holidays is long gone. Not only are we dealing with saying bye-bye to the fun vibe of the holidays, but the time has come where those darn credit card bills have come rolling in. Now it’s time to pay for all those awesome gifts you didn’t care what they cost as long as they made the other person happy. Which is why it’s a great time to address NEW-trition Goal for the New Year #3 this week: CUT FOOD COSTS

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Egg-cellent Uses for Leftover Easter Eggs


Happy Day After Easter to all my happy couples out there! If you took part in the tradition of dyeing Easter eggs, chances are you may have a lot of leftover eggs around (especially if you had a lot of ambitious little helpers with your dyeing). Now that the bunny has come and gone, it’s time to put those leftover hardboiled eggs to use. Continue reading “Egg-cellent Uses for Leftover Easter Eggs”


Reproductive Nutrition: What Couples Should Know About Nutrition & Infertility


Spring is officially in full effect with weather is hitting high 70s here in NJ this week. You know what that means.  The birds and the bees are doing their thing. Rabbits making lots of little bunnies. Springtime is often referred to as “mating season” in the animal kingdom. While us humans don’t exactly have a mating season, research has shown that December is the month when the most babies are conceived. Nine months later leads to August being the highest birth month.  Continue reading “Reproductive Nutrition: What Couples Should Know About Nutrition & Infertility”


Resolve to Avoid FADs


This time of year, my social media feeds are flooded with advertisements and posts about all the miraculous quick fixes out there.  Complete with side-by-side photographic evidence!  But as we aim to make changes this time of year, it’s time to be smarter, not gullible, with the choices we make when it comes to weight loss.  And the first step is to know what FADs out their to avoid when it comes to weight loss. Continue reading “Resolve to Avoid FADs”

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Sexy Foods to Enjoy this Valentine’s Day


If you ask me, as long as food looks and tastes delicious, it’s sexy.  But there are also some hidden gems found in certain foods that can increase the sexiness of a meal and maybe even spark some after-dinner delight.  Certain foods have been well-researched on their aphrodisiac properties.  You probably are already away of the obvious ones- chocolate, strawberries, figs, oysters, and champagne.  Others have been found to have positive influences on our heart and brain, which in turn leads to some sexy side effects.  Whether you’re going out to dinner or staying home to avoid the Valentine’s Day hype, be sure to include a few of these sexy foods in your Valentine’s Day meals. Continue reading “Sexy Foods to Enjoy this Valentine’s Day”

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Nutrition & Fitness Packages – On Sale NOW!


Only a few days left of 2015 before we welcome in 2016.  Whether you’re newly engaged, getting married this year, or just looking to make a change, this is the gift for you.  I am offering my only sale of the year on Nutrition & Fitness packages for a limited time to help kick off a successful 2016 for you and your significant other. Continue reading “Nutrition & Fitness Packages – On Sale NOW!”

Heat Wave Hydration Tips


It’s a hot one here in NJ today!  Days like today it’s especially important to stay hydrated.  Dehydration can put stress on the heart & kidneys, while putting us at risk for heat cramps and stroke.  To stay cool together during these hot and sweaty days, here’s some tips for keeping you and your significant other cool. Continue reading “Heat Wave Hydration Tips”

Couples and Weight Loss Surgery


A recent study of those undergoing weight loss surgery were found to have greater success when their partner was involved in the process.  Weight loss surgery is not a simple one and done approach.  Many factors play into the decision to have surgery, as well as recovery and overall lifestyle changes.  It can be very emotionally and physically draining.  Having a strong support system, especially from your significant other, is so important to overall success in weight loss surgery.  Having your partner involved, including visits to doctors and dietitians, will help with the stress of surgery (along with pre and post concerns).  And if you haven’t found that special someone yet, a close friend will do the trick.

Grilled Tropical Salsa


Happy Cinco De Mayo! How will you celebrate a day that, according to Mr. E and his 50% Mexican heritage, Mexicans don’t really celebrate (according to him, it’s like celebrating 4th of July on March 3rd)? If the plan is to eat chips with guac and chase it with a margarita for Date Night, you and your significant other may want to rethink your plans to include some more substantial foods into your celebration plans. And just keep driving past Taco Bell. Unless you want to spend Seis de Mayo with that wonderful combo of being bloated AND dehydrated at the same time. Continue reading “Grilled Tropical Salsa”