If you’ve been considering cleansing but have been frightened off by tales of juice fasts and non-stop lemonade for a week, let me reassure you: you don’t need to starve yourself, torture yourself, or drink only liquids for days to experience the benefits of a detox.
Detoxing is a chance to take a break from many of the heavier, processed, harder-to-digest foods that we may consume on a daily basis (but intuitively know that it would do us good to take a little break from them).
You don’t need to starve yourself in order to clean up your diet. In fact, you can experience tremendous benefits from eating a good amount of wholesome, clean, balanced foods consumed in plentiful amounts.
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I totally admit it: vacationing is one of my favorite hobbies.
Traveling brings joy, fun, excitement, and peace into my life. As much as I thoroughly adore my Brooklyn life, I also love taking some time away and exploring the world: new cultures, new sites, and, most importantly, new foods!
Here’s me on vacation last month in Mexico:
One of the most common concerns that I hear from my clients is how to eat healthy while on the road. While it can be delicious fun to explore the cuisine of a new city (or office abroad), it can also feel overwhelming and scary. Many of my clients feel concern over how to maintain their healthy way of eating (and not feel derailed) while away from home.
Traveling can be great fun (and I like to do a lot of it), but when you’re on the road, finding nutritious food can be a lot harder. Here are some of my favorite strategies
for staying healthy while spending time away from home:
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