Everyone wants to look and feel good for the summer, but getting there can take a little work. Here are some dos and don'ts for healthy eating and weight loss.
The dos and don'ts of dieting: some guidelines for eating healthy and losing some weight.
At this time of year there's a ritual starting across the country. You know - the one where you pull the shorts or bathing suit out from the bottom of the drawer, all while saying a little prayer under your breath. You slowly try on the clothing - except now you are holding your breath and sucking in, well, everything. You wriggle into the clothes and slowly turn around to face the mirror. The next few seconds are filled with flashbacks to holiday dinners and comfort food indiscretions of the winter months. If you're looking to undo some of that damage, you're not alone.
Everyone wants to look and feel good for the summer, but getting there can take a little work. If you want to achieve and maintain a healthy size and shape you've got to get serious.
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Nutritionist, educator, counselor and food lover for more than 20 years, Renée is a registered dietitian and Nutrition Director for Sensei. When not working, she can be found hanging with her human and furry friends or trying to perfect the latest healthy recipe. She believes that moderation and prevention are the keys to health and that good nutrition doesn't have to be as complicated as it seems.
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