How many times have you felt temptation when it comes to food? You want the dessert but “Know you shouldn’t.” I’m going to assume there have been many instances. Sitting down to write this blog for you, my goal is to equip you with the tools to feel confident in a situation of temptation. Before we can get there, however, it’s weighing on my heart that food has the ability to make you feel as though you’ve done something wrong by eating it. That is temptation after all, isn’t it?
This is the dieting mentality showing up. We have been conditioned to label foods as “Good,” or “Bad.” Using phrases as “Don’t eat that, that’s bad for you.” What if however, we took the labels away? What if a food was neutral? Here is the thing, it’s...
When it comes to organic foods a common misconception is we're talking about nutrient density, and that organic food is more nutritious than conventional when in fact this is about toxicity and pesticides. “The differences between organic and conventional foods stem directly from the farming methods that were used during the food’s production. (2)
According to FreshConnect here are some key differences between Organic Farming Vs: Conventional Farming
Under the impression that eating well means forking over more money? Trust me when I say it's expensive in the long run not to prioritize your health! Medical bills, hospital visits, etc. It is very possible to eat well while on a budget, here are a few tips on how to do just that: