Food

Question: Where’s the protein in plant-based nutrition? Answer: It’s right there

Feb 8th, 2021 | By
Question: Where’s the protein in plant-based nutrition? Answer: It’s right there

As a health coach, nutritionist and personal trainer, I’ve experienced firsthand the shift toward more people turning to plant-based nutrition rather than animal-based foods. And when they do, the first question that converts face from friends, relatives and naysayers is what I call The Protein Question. The question is so ubiquitous for those that adhere
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When dieting, it’s not all about calories

Jan 21st, 2021 | By

Many people are of the opinion that when dieting for weight loss, it is all about counting calories. If you want to lose weight, you just eat fewer calories or do extra exercise to burn more calories. That’s it, just one of those two options. But that isn’t true. The idea is, all diets are
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Takeouts take place of mealsites’ usual routine

Jan 7th, 2021 | By

The following mealsite locations in Pierce County and King County are offering takeout meals for seniors through the Catholic Community Services nutrition program. On-site dining at these locations and others is still suspended, due to pandemic restrictions. PIERCE COUNTY Buckley Senior Center: Monday, Wednesday, Friday. 811 Main St., 360-829-0190. Eatonville Community Center: Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
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Good mood food for the holidays (and year-round)

Dec 14th, 2020 | By
Good mood food for the holidays (and year-round)

Who knew some traditional holiday foods could help your mental health? Christine DeLozier says it’s true. According to the food expert and author, festive favorites can boost your mood. And DeLozier (christinedelozier.com) insists there is no diet culture or food-shaming in her recommendations of certain holiday staples: Peppermint. Bring on the candy canes! Peppermint has
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