As we approach the end of the year and the festive winter season, almost every single person asks, and gets asked the same question, time and again: what is your New Year’s Resolution? What do you plan on doing better this year? What do you plan on changing? Do you have a bad habit that you want to get rid of? Read More..
Many of us worry about gaining weight during the holiday season. Despite the level of difficulty, below are a few tips that can help you at least maintain your weight and make it through the holidays without those extra kilos.
First of all, try to stay active during your day whether through a family activity or an extra lap in the mall while shopping.
Remember that it is always better to eat your calories then drinking it. Having a small cube of dark chocolate to settle your craving will help you consume less calories than drinking a cup of hot chocolate.
At Slim’n lite, we recommend roasting the turkey in order to bring out its best flavor.
The steps are as followed;
Preheat the oven to 350°F/175°C. Add 3 tbsp of lemon juice, little olive oil, pinch of salt, black pepper, paprika, & rosemary on the outside of the turkey. Then lift the skin up, mix these seasonings directly on the flesh and add onions, garlic pieces, carrots or any of your other favorite vegetables. Read More..
Eating healthy during your breast cancer treatment journey doesn’t mean you have to restrict yourself from certain types of food/drinks.
It’s very important to follow a balanced, healthy diet that consists mainly of vegetables, fruits, nuts, beans, whole grains, olive oil, and protein
Now, how does a healthy, balanced diet help you during treatment?
Since the beginning of time, breastfeeding has been the way to nurture and provide nutrition for newborn babies in all mammals alike. With the phenomenal creation of infant formula milk, this has helped saved a lot of babies’ lives during the absence/death of the mother. In addition, any lactation problems the mother might face or even the absence of breastfeeding due to time constraints. As dietitians, it is our job to advocate and encourage exclusive breastfeeding for the first 6 months of life, as per the WHO guidelines. Read More..