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Elizabeth’s Keep It Healthy blog is a great resource for helpful hints, ideas about how new research can make a positive impact on our wellbeing and insights into how to reach your nutritional goals and more.

With healthy recipes, tips on staying committed to a healthy diet and suggestions for getting the support you need, Elizabeth’s blog is the perfect place to get ideas.

Interview on Triad Guide

Elizabeth was recently interviewed on Triad Guide’s Blog Talk Radio. Listen to the interview below as it ran including commercials.

March is National Nutrition Month

March and Spring are the perfect times to make changes toward a healthier lifestyle. Since it is National Nutrition Month, check out the great resources on www.eatright.org, www.ChooseMyPlate.gov and many other healthy eating websites that are available to offer tools and ideas to encourage change. If you feel you need personal attention, please contact me, and…

How To Keep Food Ads From Derailing You

Food ads can be so distracting and lure you away from the healthy goals you have set for yourself.  Keep in mind these 4 strategies to push back on this type of marketing. 1. Don’t accept all the marketing claims as truth.  Know what you are looking for on the back of the package where you…

Back to School Healthy Lunch Box Ideas

Check out these great ideas for packing healthy lunches as the kids go back to school.  http://www.foodandnutrition.org/Stone-Soup/August-2014/Back-to-school-Nutrition-Tips/

How Healthy Are Wraps?

Wraps seem to be very popular on Fast Food and Restaurant menus these days.  Think of them as tortillas though, which is what they actually are.  So how healthy are they for you? When choosing a wrap, remember a couple things.  First try to make it a whole wheat choice.  Those that are listed as spinach…

Eat More Produce

According to the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, eating seven or more daily servings of produce vs less than one, will drop your risk of death over a 12 year period by 42%. Visiting your local Farmer’s Market is a great way to work toward that goal.  And remember, every additional serving of vegetables a…

Lack of Sleep Affects More Than Alertness

A research study from the University of Pennsylvania found a lack of sleep has a negative effect on maintaining a healthy weight.  When you don’t get the recommended number of hours of sleep at night, you tend to eat more in the morning.  Participants reported being hungrier and ate larger portions at breakfast and snacks the next…