I have gotten some requests for a more “family-friendly” meal preps. This actually posed a bit of a challenge to me, as I don’t have kids myself. I also know the struggle from my clients of coming up with kid-friendly dinner ideas that are quick and easy and well-accepted by kids.
One of the most frequently asked questions in my practice is about protein powders. Do I need one? Which one? etc.
I’m not going to pretend that I like keep up with the happenings in the football world. However, you would most likely find me at a Super Bowl party this year if we weren’t in a global pandemic. I’ll be the one tasting and testing what everyone has brought to the party!
Historically, I’ve always leaned towards having a sweet tooth. However, as life goes on, I seem to be leaning towards salty a bit more. What gives? Is this was happens once someone they get past their 30th year of life?
I have been experimenting and discussing the “Buffet-Style Meal Prep” a lot more lately. It’s a great option because it gives you more flexibility to chose your meals throughout the week but also allows you to save time!
In Canada, we’re now entering the coldest and most dreary time of the year. The holidays are now behind us. Personally, I would love to fast-forward to spring, as I’m not the most cold-adapted person!
This weekend, I was craving comfort foods. Comfort foods to me are warm foods but also foods that have some nostalgia to them. What do comfort foods mean to you?