The heat is blazing and our Summer cravings are still in full swing. With the end of Summer just around the corner, take the next few weeks to savor every last bit of heat and some of our favorite end of Summer treats.
Our motivation to get active is too often about our weight or body image. As a society where 68.8% of our population is overweight or obese, this is probably thought of as a good thing. However, research shows that we actually spend less time exercising when weight loss and better health are our motivation. So why should we get moving?
Summer is right around the corner and June is the perfect month to start it off right. Enjoy a variety of flavors, settings, and events with our top 5 things to savor this June.
As many of you may know, March was National Nutrition Month (NNM). With that, I spent a lot of the month talking to adults and students about how to “Savor the Flavor of Eating Right”, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics slogan for NNM 2016. However, as the month came to a close I got thinking about how important it is to emphasize these techniques all year. Nobody likes eating bland, tasteless food and a healthy, balanced plate can be anything but that! Here are my favorite ways to savor the flavor all year.
Welcome to our blog! I wanted to use this initial post to introduce our blog, tell you a little bit about myself, and conquer one of the most outlandish myths out there.
I’ve been a Registered Dietitian (RD) for over 5 years and get questions every day about food, nutrition, and exercise. Navigating the big food and nutrition world can get pretty confusing...even for us dietitians. We’re excited to make the this world a little less confusing for you and share our journey of educating and learning! We’ll be blogging to clear up misconceptions, educate those interested, and get more high-quality nutrition and exercise information out on the web.
Fueled. Fit. Balanced.
I'm Lexi, a Certified Sports Dietitian and Yoga Instructor. I work with individuals to help them reach optimum health and performance through balanced nutrition.