Styling and Photography by Chavi Feldman If you’ve been reading my articles for a while, you know how much I love my macro meals. I always find that getting in all four macros keeps me satisfied for longer and saves me from sugar spikes and crashes. There’s one macronutrient I’ve always struggled with in the morning:
Styling and Photography by Chavi Feldman Sometimes, healthy habits are an uphill battle. Other times, they’re a walk in the park. Studies have suggested that in the wintertime biological changes stimulate hunger. We tend to crave heavier, warmer, denser foods, like chunky stew or steaming pasta. With the weather cold and damp, we have to get
Styling and Photography by Baila Rochelleiner As women who cook and bake, we know that turning out that perfect dish takes thought. No, it’s not throwing the steak on the grill that takes brainpower. It’s not peeling potatoes that needs concentration, and no foodie rises to fame because she finally figured out how to squish
Styling and Photography by Baila Rochelleiner I love playing in my kitchen. I first developed that pastime out of necessity, due to my own food sensitivities. From there, I moved on to working out solutions for countless clients with allergic, metabolic, or digestive dietary limitations. By now it’s second nature for me to look at
After Succos, I introduced you to the Five to Thrive: sleep, hydration, attunement, physical activity, and eating well. On Chanukah, we exercised our “sixth sense” of flexibility, which helps us get through the times when perfect planning just isn’t practical. Coming up next are Purim and Pesach, two of our most joyful but hectic seasons
Each of these five key habits is important, but what’s even more important is slowly building each one into your routine until it becomes second nature — so that it sticks!