Remember social media 2011-2016? If you were well-versed in the health and wellness space during this time, you most likely found every other post to showcase a list of foods with calorie counts and corresponding exercises that burn the same amounts. Alternatively, they could have depicted healthy swaps to conventional foods to cut fat, sugar, … More So We Have More Intuitive Eating RDs…is this Good or Bad?
Amidst the clusterf*ck of disasters amalgamated in the first half of this year, one of the good news about 2020 is how most people are sick of fad dieting. Nobody wants to constantly calorie count, juice cleanse, or cut out entire food groups for the sake of it (except for medical, ethical, or religious reasons). … More Reverse Dieting vs. Intuitive Eating vs. All In: Diets for Breaking an Unsustainable Diet
You’ve heard these words before: clean, dirty, healthy, unhealthy, detox, and cheat. They may have various meanings in their original contexts, but if we’re talking about health and fitness, they all pertain to food and their qualifications of how beneficial for the body they are. However, all of these blanket terms have so much room … More The Most Common Diet Regimens + Maintaining Sanity on All of Them
The #blacklivesmatter and the #alllivesmatter movements are two of the biggest American controversies occurring right now. Depending on where you are from, you probably have heard of the Orlando shooting (not race-related but definitely , the terrible murders of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile, the cops from Dallas, and most recently the bailiffs from Michigan. These aren’t new incidents, either. … More Tuesday Thoughts: We are all Lost Souls
From a post a while ago, I went to Vinh Loi and had fried rice for dinner and breakfast the next morning. Turns out the rice I thought was pure whole grain brown rice was white rice smothered in seasoning. Oooooooooooooooops. I didn’t find out just by looking at some strangely pale and thin grains, but also … More Breaking Abstinence