Eat Smart: A Delicious Way to Optimize Academic Performance
Are you tired of falling behind in school and constantly burning the midnight oil?
Would you like to improve your concentration in class and maintain better focus when studying?
Would you like to learn how best to fuel your brain so that it will perform better than ever?
Are you ready to start the school year feeling better than ever before?
If so, read on because proper neuronutrition can make all the difference - to optimize brain function and improve academic performance!
And if you’re not a student, this blog can help you, too! The principles within can certainly be applied to everyone in all walks of life - high school students, those in elementary school, and even adults who’d like to perform better at work and in life.
Your brain is your most valuable asset, and feeding it well is a great insurance policy! Read More
A Complete Guide to Understanding Calories
When people talk about dieting, they often talk about cutting calories. But what are calories exactly? Read my complete guide to understanding calories to find out. Who knows, you may not be consuming enough!
You've probably seen various diet plans that promise success as long as you follow their suggested calorie limit.
Calorie-based diets are founded on a simple transfer of energy. You measure how much energy goes into your body, then compare that to how much energy you burn.
While this seems like a sensible plan to get in better shape, many people still struggle when counting calories. Read my complete guide to understanding what calories are and how they affect your health to stay informed about the characteristics of calories so that you can utilize them properly. Read More
7 Benefits of Seeing a Nutritionist
If you're having trouble kickstarting healthy habits this new year, it may be time to see a certified nutrition specialist. Read on to discover the benefits of seeing one today.
I got word from the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition that I passed my final exam and am officially an RHN! I was also told that I graduate with an honours certificate of merit :) Read More