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New Year, New You? Why You Don't Need Another Diet Resolution!

Another year, another sweet promise to lose weight and get healthy. “New year, new you!” - I hate this tag line, as though the ‘old you’ isn’t good enough, fit enough, successful enough or pretty enough. Don’t get me wrong, I agree that people can and should work towards positive change, for example, to become more active, save money, start meditating, and even improve one’s health. However, the “new year, new you” mantra merely allows dieting schemes to take advantage of the guilt-ridden and vulnerable after an over-indulgent time of year. The idea of a weight loss diet certainly brings promise and hope, but lurking behind every diet are unsustainable methods, strict rules, less than appetizing...

Fresh & Fruity Non-Alcoholic Punch

  With the festive season upon us, many of our clients are eager to maintain their nutrition and wellness goals, while still participating in parties and events with coworkers, family and friends. And not everyone is eager to fill their bellies with booze. For those who prefer to keep the calories (and hangovers) to a minimum, who don't drink alcohol, pregnant women, or children having something fun, fizzy and festive to drink is important to feeling included in the festivities. Unfortunatley the options are often limited to sugar-laden soda pop. Boring. You are going to love this refreshing low calorie Punch - and it doesn't use a stitch of artificial sweeteners, nor did I compromise taste. It's fizzy, fresh, and flavourful... and the...

Holiday Gluttony at the Office? Survive the Sugar Season and Give Back to your Community

As we enter into a lengthy, sugary-filled holiday season, many clients tell us that their workplaces are one of the biggest barriers to eating better and maintaining health goals due to the food environment. For example, it’s not uncommon to see bowls of caramels at the check-out, jelly beans at the computer, boxes of donuts from managers, or thank you chocolates from customers. This time of year can be especially difficult with the influx of Christmas goodies from clients, suppliers, bosses, and co-workers. For someone who may struggle with “self-control” around trigger foods, who moves through the cycle of indulgence and guilt with self-sabotaging thoughts, this can be such an emotional struggle. At Food To Fit we feel...

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