Posts tagged healthy eating
PUMPKIN PROTEIN PANCAKES

Life is too short to eat boring, bland food, so why not have pancakes for breakfast? This is one of my absolute favourite recipes to have for breakfast or at any time of the day really!

You will find more pancake recipes in my program Body By Nina. You will also find dessert recipes that you can include in your diet every day.

Who doesn't want to be able to eat dessert every day and still see results?

Click the link below to get the recipe

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BATTLING ADRENAL FATIGUE

Part 2

In my last blog Battling Adrenal Fatigue part 1, I spoke about what adrenal fatigue was and the signs and symptoms associated with it in order to give you an idea of what to recognize and pay attention to. I know that left many of you think “well what now?” so even though I highly recommend seeking out a medical practitioner, there are some things you can take into your own hands to help reduce the stress on your body to either prevent adrenal fatigue from occurring, or to recover a little quicker if you are already battling with the disorder.

I know we are all skeptics at heart, and believe me when I say I am definitely the worst for it. I really was not convinced that simple lifestyle changes could help make a big difference but after becoming more open minded to the matter, I found that by adopting the following lifestyle changes as much as possible, have, over time made me feel a lot better. Now I realize that lifestyle is probably the most important factor in your road to recovery.

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7 WAYS TO A HEALTHY THYROID

The other day I wrote a blog article about your thyroid and signs that may indicate that you have thyroid issues. If you missed that article, you can find it here: Is your thyroid healthy?

Having a healthy thyroid is really important for your general health and wellbeing. So what are some things you can do to help make sure you thyroid is working properly?

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6 FOODS YOU DON'T NEED TO EXCLUDE FROM YOUR DIET

There are few things that I love about flexible dieting; one of them is that no food is off limits. As long as you have a healthy, balanced diet you can include less nutrient dense foods too. It’s all about moderation.

Today’s society does, however, promote one fad diet after the other, where people are told to avoid certain foods or exclude them completely. Not only can this food restriction cause an unhealthy restrictive/binge eating behaviour, but it may also make you lose out on important vitamins and minerals.

Eating a range of different foods will not only ensure that your diet is more palatable and exacting, but it will also ensure that you get a larger variety of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other phytochemicals.

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