We’ve all heard of stress-eating, but what if you flipped it and used foods to manage your stress? If you’ve been reading our blog, you’ve noticed that we here at One Degree Health are huge supporters of using “food first” in healing. Whether you’re suffering with complaints of low energy, digestion issues, poor sleep, or
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Looking for a healthy food swap for noodles? One of my favorite pasta swaps is switching them out for some zoodles. If you’ve ever perused my Instagram feed or stories, then you’ve definitely seen my love for Zoodles. From ones I make at home, to those I swap in at restaurants, to packaged ones at
Eating is the most stressful thing that we to do our bodies every day. The actual act of eating is second nature to us, and something that most people don’t think twice about. Like breathing. Yet how most of us are eating is linked to digestion issues, weight gain and more. Experts refer to the
What’s the first thing that touches the lips of most folks every morning? If you said a cup of coffee, you are correct! After all, America runs on Dunkin’, right? If you’re like most people, you start your day by drinking coffee or some other caffeinated beverage like Diet Coke, Diet Pepsi, Red Bull, Kickstart, you name
Today we’re going to dive into Habit #2, the “New Smoking” – which I bet you’re doing this very minute. We’ve all have heard that smoking is the top factor in causing preventable deaths. So, what could you possibly be doing right now that would have experts equating it to the harmful effects of smoking?
In the last habit, you learned why experts equate the harmful effects of cigarette smoking to sitting, and how damaging sitting 6+ hours a day is on your body and your life expectancy. I hope this encouraged you to look for ways you can start standing more while at work, like creating a standing desk. Whether
In Habit #3, you learned about some of the “healthy” fakes found lurking on menus at your favorite restaurants. I hope you feel empowered as a menu detective for the next time you’re at lunch or dinner. Next up in Habit #4: ARE YOU GUILTY OF ABUSING YOUR LARGEST ORGAN? Your skin is
In the last habit, you learned how you could be making yourself sick every time you apply that lotion or use that shampoo. I hope you took a few minutes to read the labels of your most-used products to see if they had any of these harmful chemicals or misleading labels. Next up, in Habit
In Habit #6 of our 7-part Healthy Habits series, we’re going to chat about the thing you should really be counting, and it’s not calories or pounds. STOP COUNTING CALORIES Too many people think the key to losing weight or getting healthy is to constantly monitor their ratio of calories eaten to calories burned. The
Last, but not least of the Healthy Habits 7-part series is Habit #7: Your Monochrome Palette. LET’S PLAY A QUICK GAME: WHAT DID YOU EAT YESTERDAY? What did you eat for breakfast today or yesterday? Was it cereal with milk or a bagel with cream cheese? Now picture your lunch. Was it a sandwich, maybe some
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Try this delicious (and ridiculously easy) recipe of a classic Indian dish with a vegetarian/whole food plant-based twist. Simply prep and set in your slow cooker. This Cauliflower Tikki Masala is sure to be a crowd-pleaser. And as a bonus: super healthy too! Give it a try for your next Meatless Monday dinner.
This stress-busting recipe is based on our 13 Stress-Busting Foods over in our blog, Eating for Stress Management. We made it easy for you by combining the top foods into one delicious recipe.
We’ve all heard of stress-eating, but what if you flipped it and used foods to manage your stress? If you’ve been reading our blog, you’ve noticed that we here at One Degree Health are huge
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