With Memorial Day just around the corner, this is the perfect time to get with beach worthy books, sun block and healthy snacks before the festivities begin! In the May 2007 newsletter, I share my recipes and tips to get in shape for summer. Try my creamy asparagus soup and spinach and strawberry salad, and learn about fast and portable snacks.
Healthy Eating Tips & Insights
This section of the site highlights insights, strategies and tips to eat better - covering eating habits, healthy shopping, eating out, and making smarter choices. If you're not cooking for yourself yet, this is your section!
Build an Easter feast to awaken the spirit of Spring! Whether your meal is formal or casual — these easy-to-make, healthy options will wow your guests because they are freshly prepared with all the best ingredients.
A big part of the Skinny Chef philosophy is enjoying life and celebrating food. For those concerned with calories, a good happy hour doesn’t have to ruin your diet… especially with these cocktails clocking in at 200 calories..
Summer is just a few months away, but it isn’t too late to make some simply changes in your daily habits that could mean a better bathing suit body. Reducing puffiness around your waistline isn’t just about calories. It also has to do with lowering stress and improving digestion – here’s a few easy tips to incorporate right now …
Losing weight can seem daunting – especially when the weather starts to warm up and the shorts and bathing suits come out of storage! So to make it fun and stress-free, I’m busting three huge myths about losing weight that most people get stuck on.
Even if you don’t have a sweet tooth, you probably crave sugar every now and again. With these tips, you can learn how to curb sugar cravings that threaten to wreck your diet!
When it comes to keeping your waistline in check, calories do count! But who wants to feel deprived? You don’t have to worry when you have these tasty, creative ways to cut calories so you can still enjoy all the munchies you love.
Maintaining a healthy weight, or getting to that healthy weight, is not about dieting. It’s about celebrating food, about eating the foods that you already love but making them a little (or a lot) healthier, based on how you shop, cook and eat now.