We are living in a bizarre time. Things have changed so drastically in a matter of a few days and […]
This quick and healthy breakfast recipe is perfect for adults and kids! It will keep your energy stable and will provide you with nutrients.
We all have experienced cravings at some point in our life. Cravings are oftentimes associated with negative feelings, such as guilt, shame, or a feeling that we’re out of control. However, cravings can also offer us an insight into our physical and emotional well-being, especially as we learn to listen to our body.
Here is the program for Plateful Nutrition’s toddler cooking classes for 2020.
Join wellness connoisseours, Vesela Savova (certified Diet & Nutrition Advisor) and Jessica Janusz (certified Yoga & Empowerment Retreat Teacher) for a half day workshop this Sunday on creating positive habits through what we feed ourselves both mentally and physically. If you’re ready to make changes that last in a way that is supportive, fun, and healthy then this is the time to take for you.
Eating healthy or starting to exercise are always in the top of the New Year’s Resolution list. However, just as many set these resolutions, many also fail to reach their goals. Why is that? It is because saying that you’ll start eating healthy or exercising is not enough.
Let’s get into the Christmas spirit together with our little ones and make some delicious and yes, healthy, cookies! Book […]
Pasta is a thing in our house. My daughter loves it, and I like it too as it can oftentimes be prepared fairly quickly – it’s a perfect option for a weekday meal or for when you are not sure what to serve your kids. You know they won’t say no to pasta! 🙂 As a nutritionist however, I also want to make sure I serve a meal that will nourish the body and will provide with essential nutrients.
This is a quick and easy recipe that I like to prepare on the weekend. It makes great leftovers and is perfect for your Sunday meal preparation. My daughter loves it too, and it is a really good food for small children, as they can feel themselves without making a huge mess.
Oftentimes when I meet with clients and talk about nutrition and healthy eating I stumble onto a similar issue: that person feels stuck. This can feel like a mild annoyance or demotivation, but also can reach to a sense of loss of control over ones life, and a feeling of powerlessness.