Things You Should Know About Food #1: The Best Proteins for Fat Loss

Things You Should Know About Food #1: The Best Proteins for Fat Loss

This post isn’t my first time at the nutrition rodeo. I’ve written everything from nutrition opinion pieces to lists here and here of things I think everyone should know about food. But those posts¬†either don’t help you achieve a goal or don’t provide concrete examples of what you should actually eat. And really, to be […]

Becoming Following Fit

  I was once known as “the bread thief.” When I was a kid, it was always my job to slice the Italian bread for dinner. I’m not sure if this task was self-imposed, or if I was assigned this by my parents, but everyone knew that slicing bread was my jam. Of course, the […]

Easy is Relative: Meal of the Week

Easy is Relative: Meal of the Week

I have a few clients who talk to me about food a lot. In fact, I have one client with whom I talk about food almost constantly. It’s usually about cookies. And rye bread. And chocolate. And peanut butter. Yesterday, though, I was telling a client what I’d had for lunch, and she wanted to […]

Down & Dirty: Fat Loss Diets

So maybe the list of tips I posted the other day for beginning a fat loss diet aren’t for you. Maybe you’re already doing everything on that list. Or maybe you’re more active than the mostly sedentary woman at whom that list is directed. Or maybe you’re just comfortable with details and enjoy functioning in […]

The Best Meatloaf I’ve had in 14 Years

The Best Meatloaf I’ve had in 14 Years

So, maybe that title is just a *little* misleading. This is also the FIRST meatloaf I’ve had in 14 years. Up to now, all I’ve made with ground meat is burgers. Which are great. ¬†Especially because burgers are a wonderful excuse to eat mustard and dill relish. But today I wanted to make food in […]