Behavior Change/Health Coaching
Here’s a look at how eating habits have changed, what we can expect moving forward, and how we can support our health.
Mindfullness brings with it a plethora of health benefits. It’s a real treat! But can it help families when it comes to the influx of Halloween candy we all this time of year? Here are some tricks to help.
Is there a link between smartphones and poor eating habits? Teens who spend more than 2 hours/day on their phones are less likely to eat fruits and veggies.
Researchers found that people who frequently ate takeout food or meals prepared outside their home increased their risk of early mortality.
In today’s fast-paced world, many are guilty of eating fast. But failing to slow down could be one reason why Americans are gaining weight.
Another strike against social media influence: Researchers found that time spent on social media increases alcohol consumption in youth.
A connection exists between chronotype and diet. If you fall into the evening category, your preference may not bode well for your diet.
Pent-up angst could be another reason why so many people eat poorly, providing more proof that we should treat stress to eat better.
Stuffing in food while doing something perceptually demanding makes it more difficult to notice fullness, potentially leading to overeating.
Want to get your kids to stop putting up a fuss when you give them broccoli? Try the repeated-exposure method on those picky eaters.
People who have different sleep patterns on the weekends than they do during the workweek may experience “social jet lag.”
A sure path to a healthy kitchen and better eating habits begins with organization. Try these simple strategies for Kondo-ing your kitchen.
Strategies you can use to build confidence in your ability to sustain a healthy dietary change and make nutrition a lifestyle.
An investigation published in Pediatrics found that requiring children to eat and restricting certain foods were tied to more picky eating habits.
The explosive growth of the video game industry may be leading to less-than-stellar eating habits in young men.
Routine healthcare visits need to include some form of a rapid dietary assessment tool, according to the American Heart Association.
Looks like health initiatives broadcasting the virtues of cleaner living are falling on deaf ears.
The American Heart Association has released a statement outlining the role that adults can play in helping young children develop better eating habits.
It appears we are more likely to follow the food habits we see portrayed most often on social media sites, according to research.
Research postulates that distracted eating may play a role in the overeating that is contributing to the current obesity crisis.