Brain food for students

Sailing by on junk food and energy drinks? Find out which food and drinks can really fuel your brain. Knee deep in textbooks, organizing lecture notes, and prepping for tests challenges your brain. Give yourself the energy fuel that you need to stay focused and absorb what you learn in the classroom. MILK AND YOGURT - Low-fat dairy products are packed with protein and B vitamins that may assist you concentrate and work more efficiently. I recommend plain, non-fat Greek yogurt, which is super-high in protein and has no added sugar. Milk and yogurt are fortified with vitamin D, which also supports brain health. OATS - It's hard to beat oatmeal for breakfast. Oatmeal is a whole grain, which is

Are your goals smart?

If you want to get ahead and stop being stuck, you should set yourself clear goals. There is a huge difference between SMART goals and vague goals. Let’s have a look at a couple of examples and the various components of SMART goals. Vague goal: “I to get fit” SMART goal: “I will do 30 minutes of strength training, three times each week for the month of February because I want to get fitter and reduce my risk of cardiovascular disease. I will train before work and will mark off each day in my calendar.” Can you see how the type of goal you set might affect the outcome? And that is before you even get started. Specific: you are more likely to accomplish a descriptive goal than a general goal.

The 4 major metabolic factors that will help you lose weight.

If you are trying to lose weight without learning what are the most important parts of your metabolism and health in general, you’re going to have a really hard time releasing stubborn body fat. As a wholistic nutritionist, I cringe every time I read a diet book or article suggesting you should lower your calories, exercise more, eat fat-free, or take a latest metabolism-boosting supplement. Your body is a temple and temples are built with a solid foundation. If you neglect your foundation and try to lose weight, your body/temple will come crumbling down (in nutritional terms, you’ll gain more weight). Learning about the 5 major metabolic factors responsible for your ability to burn fat off

Why I am a flexitarian - and why you should consider becoming one too.

As a nutritionist, it’s my job to find out the best way to keep my clients as healthy as they would like to be. Most of us know that food is medicine, perhaps the most powerful medication on the planet with the power to cause or cure most types of illness. Food is more than just calories, it contains information that controls every aspect of our biology and health, and being aware of it is what is required to advise people to prevent, treat and even reverse most chronic conditions. The €1000000 question seems to be: What should I eat to feel good, lose weight and be sustainably healthy? And does it mean that you have to choose between being a vegetarian, vegan or Paleo diets? We all know p

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