Non Scale Victories are little signs of progress that cannot be measured by the bathroom scale. We need to acknowledge our NSV’s as progress and celebrate them as they are a milestone on the journey towards our goals. One NSV is feeling full and satiated with food.
In this post I explain why going for a long, leisurely walk will help you reach your goals of optimal health and weight management. NEAT is different to exercise. And walking is neat!
A brief, non-exhaustive look at the most commonly store-bought on plan sweeteners available in Australian supermarkets.
Trim Healthy Mama is an excellent educational tool for any person, but especially easy for mama’s and busy women to understand and implement. THM is, in essence, a set of guiding principles. It is not a diet. But it can be daunting to know where or how to start. Here is a is a short Quickstart Guide.
Fish contains much needed minerals and certain health benefits that other meats don’t. Eating oily fish twice a week is recommended for your overall good health, especially for your heart, brain and blood. If weight loss is your goal, aim for a minimum of 2 serves of oily fish PLUS 2 serves of white fish every week!
Our words are powerful. Our words help to frame our sense of empowerment and control. Did you know that the words we use, the phrases we speak (our inner talk) create a feedback loop in the brain that impacts our future actions? One simple change in our vocabulary can change our mindset.
A small, simple but effective tip to help you eat more of the healthy foods and less of the other food!
We’re aiming for progress, not perfection. Every little step counts. And BIG changes are made up of little baby steps which take T I M E.
Use official sources rather than recipes/tips/charts on Pinterest or on many blogs unless they are THM endorsed.
The Crock-Pot Express Multi Cooker is an multi-functional, electric pressure cooker which produces delicious food with a minimum of fuss and effort.
Read the book. You will not take it all in at one go, but it will explain all things THM.
There is more than enough information and recipes on the Internet and books about making a good bone broth so why should I add one more? I've put off writing this out as it is so simple and I honestly thought that no one would be interested but I've several requests...