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5 Nutrition Tips that Build a Strong Dietary Foundation {Part 2}

This post was written by Nutritioulicious blogger Ann Lokuta. In case you missed it, last Friday I shared my first two nutrition tips for building a strong dietary foundation. The remaining three tips pack a lot of promise in terms of sustainable dietary success. Try incorporating all 5 of these habits into your daily routine to create a strong dietary foundation that you can stand on for a lifetime.   Challenge yourself daily. I used to grab the chip bag, snack on a few, and then put the bag back. Five… read more »

Menu Plan Monday: Week of November 4, 2013

Happy Monday! Hope everyone had a great weekend! Another busy week ahead calls for some (relatively) easy meals on our Nutritioulicious menu. First up, is a meal based on a dish I recently enjoyed at Jack’s Wife Freda – a wonderful SoHo mom-and-pop restaurant that my husband and I happened upon a few weeks ago. The menu is filled with so many delicious-sounding dishes that it was hard to choose. It was also unclear what the overarching cuisine of this little cafe was – the menu inclu… read more »

5 Nutrition Tips that Build a Strong Dietary Foundation {Part 1}

This post was written by Nutritioulicious blogger Ann Lokuta I’m counting down the months until I can call myself a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and begin a career in which I get to advise people how to eat well so they can live a life full of energy, happiness, and a plethora of healthy memories. I’ve been trying to nail down my own philosophy on nutrition along the way, but have quickly realized that this is going to be a lifetime process. So instead, I’ve started a list to build a strong diet… read more »

5 Quick Tips to Maintain Weight Loss In The Fall

This post was written by Tiana Yom. For many people, it tends to be easier to lose weight and maintain the weight loss during the spring and summer months, thanks in large part to the numerous outdoor activities we participate in and the greater tendency to eat fruits and vegetables. During the fall and winter, weight loss becomes more difficult to maintain – there aren’t as many fruits and vegetables in season, , we tend to eat and drink more  to warm up our bodies, and of course the good ole holida… read more »

Menu Plan Monday: Week of October 28, 2013

Welcome back to Menu Plan Monday! It’s been a few weeks since I have shared my menu for the week, but now I’m back. With the crisp, cool days of fall come meals that will warm you from inside out. That’s what this week’s menu is all about!  Week of October 28, 2013 Monday: Herbed Chicken and Squash with Mushroom Onion Barley Tuesday: Peanut Soba Noodles with Tofu and Bok Choy Wednesday: Leftovers Thursday: Vegetarian Chili Friday: Shabbat Dinner at Synagogue What’s oread more »