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Habits: a. “A recurrent, often unconscious pattern of behavior that is acquired through frequent repetition.” b. “An established disposition of the mind or character.” (Sourced from: Free Dictionary). We created the habit, and we can
Portion Sizes: Where’d we go wrong? Is eating a smaller meal dieting? It depends on how small of a meal you are talking about… When dining out, smaller sized meals may be better.
Healthy is stylish when dining-out! The potential Problem: You don’t want your friends to peg you as the over-critical, and too careful foodie who is picky, and won’t let loose over a plate
First-class service and an attention to detail, along with nutritious healthier food options presented in a contemporary manner, truly sets this fine-dining restaurant apart from others. No wonder it was named the best new
I had the pleasure of dining at this unique restaurant with my fellow Health-Focused Foodies a couple of weeks ago from Healthy Dine Out Calgary’s Social Club, and it was a great dining experience! This
Amber Romaniuk, founder of Nourish This Life, and I had the pleasure of participating in a soup sampling at Primal Soup Company down at the Kingsland Market. We also met Terry Lo, who is one of
Contemporary and Intimate The Raw Bar is a unique, and lovely dining experience in Calgary that offers healthier meal alternatives. It is located in the Hotel Arts and it is worth the visit. When you
If you haven’t heard of Anna from MyFatMe, then let me have the pleasure of introducing you to her! I can say, she is very relatable and real; she tells it like it is about
Recently, Amber Romaniuk from Nourish this Life, and I had the pleasure of interviewing Ruth and Vic from Yoga Studio South. What a marvellous and informative afternoon. Below, you will be able to read our interview.
Author: Ania J Personal blog: “My Fat Me“ “I went to dine with my partner, Mr. M, at tibits recently. Tibits is a very stylish vegetarian restaurant that originated from Switzerland. Let me divulge
Carrie please tell us about yourself, “I’m the creator of SNAC, a nutritional program empowering kids to practice healthy eating choices. I’m a certified nutritional consultant and an advocate for childhood health and wellness.
Let’s address the claim that oxalic acid in spinach and other greens causes kidney stones… By Alina Munson, Owner, Alina’s Green Smoothies (Calgary) About 85% of all kidney stones contain calcium salts, calcium oxalate and/or calcium