Have you ever skipped breakfast in hopes of making up for all those extra calories you ate the night before? Did it work? Chances are you already know it doesn’t. But why doesn’t it? Here are some basic physiology principals that will help you understand.
Overweight and obese women who ate most of their calories at breakfast lost more weight…compared to those who ate most of their calories at dinner. Mind you, these research subjects both at the SAME total number of calories! Breakfast eaters reported less hunger and more satiety, too! Not only did those eating 50% of their daily calories at breakfast […]
Did you hear yesterday’s news about the link between red meat and diabetes? I’m still going to eat red meat. It’s not that I don’t believe the research that was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, but let’s put it in perspective. The strongest link for developing type 2 diabetes is excess […]
Do you ever find yourself opening up a large bag of cookies, candies, chips…and having a hard time stopping with a reasonable portion? You’re not alone! That’s one of the reasons why single-serving packets help to keep our appetite in check. Read this recent article in the Wall Street Journal on “The Psychology of Small Packages” and you’ll discover that […]
The Makeover Moms (registered dietitians Liz and Janice) are offering a whole month of meal makeovers on their pinterest site – check it out. So far, they’ve posted recipes for Skinny French Onion Soup, Rosemary Cauliflower Steak Parmesan, Mediterranean Quinoa Rolls with Spinach & Mushroom (a makeover for meatballs), and Chocolate Pumpkin Whoopie Pies!