Author Archives: Wendy Post
Wendy Post is a journalist with a passion for health & nutrition. She's a writer by day, foodie and fitness enthusiast by night. Wendy is fascinated by the link between nutrition and well-being and loves writing about her experiments with different eating habits and how they affect her.
Thanksgiving is meant to be celebrated with a feast, but you decide the direction your feast takes. Some smart substitutions can save you hundreds of calories!
In the light of Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month we give you a few research insights that just may help protect your brain and lessen your risk of developing this mind-robbing disease.
With so much candy everywhere you look, it can be tricky to resist the treats. The key to surviving a holiday without binging on ‘Jelly Eyeballs’ and ‘Candy Corn’ is preparation, starting with these five simple tips. Keep trigger foods out of the house What are the foods that trigger you to overeat? White chocolate? [...]
Give your healthy intentions a fighting chance with our FREE printout for your fridge or pantry.
October is National Apple Month. To celebrate this amazing seasonal produce we have a variety guide and recipes for you plus plenty of reasons to bite into an apple today!
Vegetables & fruit provide amazing health benefits, but most of us simply don’t eat enough of them. September is ‘Fruit & Veggies – More Matters Month’ and the perfect time to find ways to increase your fruit & veggie intake. Now, we understand that you might not jump for joy to munch on carrot sticks, [...]
When you decide you’re going to lose those extra pounds, you’re buzzing with enthusiasm and determination. You have a salad, say no to that chocolate muffin, fueled by your newfound willpower. But as time goes on, your determination wanes and junk food somehow finds its way back onto your plate. And there you are; back [...]
Can you enjoy your favorite Independence Day foods and not go overboard with the calories? We say yes!