Oops! You did it again… You ate all Thanksgiving weekend… a lot. Don’t panic. You may feel like a big fat failure, but you’re not. It’s just time to break that “Oops, I did it again” cycle and get back on the post-holiday diet bandwagon. Get going with these 7 steps:
Garlic Mashed Cauliflower 1 Large Head of Cauliflower 5 Large Cloves of Garlic 2 Tablespooons of Light Butter Spread ¼ Teaspoon Freshly Ground Nutmeg Freshly Ground Pepper to Taste Fill a large (6-quart) stock pot with an inch or two of water. Put the pot on a burner set on
Here are my Top 4 Tips! 1. Sort Your Candy! Just like you did when you were a kid (Favorites, Just OK, Yuck!). Then, do to yourself what your parents did to you. Set a rigid limit on how much candy you can have, and then candy gets put (or given)
Food cravings are a glimpse into your inner emotions. By knowing the real meaning of your cravings, you can get insight into what’s gnawing at you from within. Here’s the most popular food cravings, and what it means. Most Frequent Food Craving : Baked sweets and candy If you are
There’s no denying the healthy benefits of high-quality sushi- the kind you find in the best Japanese restaurants around the globe and pay a pretty penny for. But if you’re not careful, sushi can be a very high carb meal, leaving you hungry and craving more sugar after eating it.
You know those pounds you accumulate when your life gets so busy that “air traffic controller” seems like a laid-back job. You’re not just MOM- you’re chauffeur, waitress, counselor, cook, homework assistant and a thousand other things. And that’s before you put on your fancy pants for the job that
I’ve been there. It starts with a handful of pretzels, moves to a few pieces of licorice, and the next thing you know, you’re in a faceoff with a frozen pound cake in the freezer. You go to bed exhausted and sick, feeling out of control, demoralized, and defeated. Here