Treat Your Family to a Happy and Healthy Halloween

Halloween can be a nightmare for parents who are concerned about their kids’ health. The most important thing to remember is that this holiday needs to be FUN! There’s no need to stress out about your kid’s sugar overload if you’ve trained him or her to have a healthy relationship with food.kids trick or treating

Here are a few ideas from Natalie, a nutritionist and seasoned mom, about how to take the worry out of the witchcraft and enjoy Halloween with your kids.Read More »

14 Tips to Skip Holiday Weight Gain

Here’s a guest post by our amazing nutritionist, Meghan Doherty!

14 Tips to Skip Holiday Weight Gain

What causes the dreadful 5-10 pounds that most American adults gain from October to January each and every year?

The factors come down to the time of year when the sun goes down earlier, more social gatherings (which means more foods or sweet treats that are out of the norm), emotional eating (comfort foods when it is cold), increased stress and less energy, more eating out than average (especially at malls or parties), broken routines, and too many “cheat” or “allowance” meals.

Here’s how you can avoid gaining weight and losing your progress:Read More »